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A map of Arizona with tags hanging off it
Arts and Culture | September 15, 2021
This dynamic global exhibition project is carried out locally by students from UNLV’s Department of Anthropology.
Arts and Culture | September 15, 2021
The documentary aims to bring awareness to a local community in the shadows searching for hope.
A woman in a ballet tutu dances in an African city
People | September 15, 2021
College of Fine Arts Alumna of the Year Cooper Rust spreads her passion for dance to children in Kenya.
A man stands in front of a sign for the CA Group
People | September 14, 2021
Engineering Alumnus of the Year Jim Caviola has been involved in some of Southern Nevada's most important infrastructure projects.
woman writing a note
Campus News | September 14, 2021
Students in the Las Vegas Scholars Program find support, sense of belonging and success on campus
UNLV students outdoors standing amidst large red UNLV letters
Campus News | September 13, 2021
UNLV moves from second into a four-way tie for first in annual U.S. News & World Report list for “campus ethnic diversity.”
A woman sits in front of a wall of posters.
People | September 13, 2021
Interim director of student diversity & social justice reflects on making students heard, making room for all perspectives, and her Las Vegas ties.
Campus News | September 10, 2021
Help UNLV develop ways to improve student success at the Sept. 24 event. Open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Red stone wall with bronze sculptures
UNLV History | September 10, 2021
After UNLV's first building had long outlived its usefulness, it was torn down. But its historical significance was preserved as a memorial to the university's most influential supporters.
A medical student buttons a white jacket
Business and Community | September 10, 2021
White Coat Campaign provides one white coat — and a full scholarship — for School of Medicine students.
A woman stands in front of a mural with her arms outstretched.
People | September 10, 2021
College of Education Alumna of the Year Ramona Esparza has helped challenge outdated educational practices and develop new concepts that focus on the well-being of all children in more than two decades with the Clark County School District.
portrait of woman in suit
People | September 8, 2021
Communication studies major Saha Salahi awarded Nevada's first John Lewis Youth Leadership Award.