A box with dirt in it
Arts and Culture | November 17, 2021
Exhibition features projects from 10 fine arts bachelor's students.
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Research | November 17, 2021
Sometimes, you can only learn by doing. Here are five labs around campus where experience is the best teacher.
D is for dance
Arts and Culture | November 16, 2021
"D is for Dance" features exciting choreography and lighting design by the talented BFA majors in Performance and Choreography, and Production and Management, respectively.
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People | November 16, 2021
Small-town medicine offers nurse practitioners like Marie Peterson
A crowd of students mills about campus
People | November 16, 2021
Nevada State College's Edith Fernandez to speak about her journey and what it means for UNLV to be a minority-serving institution.
UNLV students and staff pose with humanoid robot
Research | November 15, 2021
Human-robot avatar system developed by UNLV engineering students, faculty one of just 15 worldwide picked to compete next fall for ANA Avatar XPRIZE.
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Research | November 15, 2021
New mineral from Earth’s lower mantle surfaced as diamond inclusion; study led by UNLV geochemist Oliver Tschauner.
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People | November 15, 2021
What happens behind the scenes? Learn more about UNLV's undergraduate student government.
A conductor waves a baton
Arts and Culture | November 12, 2021
The UNLV Wind Orchestra was recently named the second prize winner for The American Prize Ernst Bacon Memorial Award for the Performance of American Music, College/University ensemble division, 2021.
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People | November 12, 2021
Explore the UNLV Libraries’ Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project 
A man in a faun costume peers through a 3D printer
Campus News | November 10, 2021
Lied Library’s Makerspace has let students dive into DIY projects. With more facilities on the way, UNLV is creating a pipeline for students to take their ideas from dorm-room dream to mass-produced products.
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People | November 10, 2021
Minority-Serving Institution Student Council member Natalie Gutierrez led program Back on Track, to aid students on academic probation help overcome issues, including the pandemic, that are impacting their academic success.