Amy Tureen smiling for camera.
People | September 7, 2022
New book by Amy Tureen offers insights into stress, resilience, and self-improvement on college campuses.
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People | September 7, 2022
A trio PhD grads serendipitously end up at the same university and use their leadership positions to facilitate big changes.
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People | September 6, 2022
Is solving murders through forensic dentistry as easy as seen on TV? Not quite, says Dr. David Ord.
microscope image of monkeypox
Business and Community | September 5, 2022
UNLV infectious disease expert Brian Labus offers a primer on monkeypox — what it is, how it spreads, and what you need to know to protect yourself.   
Dr. Jeremy P. Kilburn smiling in his white medical coat.
People | September 2, 2022
  
a female student sits in the grass by a tree reading a book
Campus News | September 1, 2022
A roundup of prominent news stories highlighting university pride, research, and community collaboration.
Hand planting seeds in planter at community garden.
People | September 1, 2022
Andie Davis brings the community together through the love of gardening.
Sign outside office saying "Counseling"
Campus News | September 1, 2022
Student Counseling and Psychological Services expansion will help end wait times and extend reach to Shadow Lane Campus.  
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Campus News | August 31, 2022
Move-in days welcome 1,500 Rebels to UNLV's residence halls.
Twenty-five bollards with wireless access points were installed during the spring semester, extending WiFi coverage outdoors around the east and north malls.
Campus News | August 30, 2022
New wireless access points planted around campus extend WiFi coverage outdoors around the east and north malls. 
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People | August 29, 2022
Inspired by UNLV's diverse student body, two-time alumnus drawn back to mentor the next generation of Rebels.
Audience and stage with letters "CREATES" lit up
People | August 26, 2022
The Common Read program creates a shared experience for first-year students.