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airport crowds with breathing mask
Research | February 11, 2020
UNLV epidemiologist Brian Labus answer four questions about the outbreak.
woman studying with laptop
Campus News | February 11, 2020
A progressive new curriculum promises more choices for students and more talent for a continually adapting and expanding industry.
Jennifer Vanderlaan on hillside.
People | February 10, 2020
When she's able to tear herself away from her focus on improving maternal health care, Jennifer Vanderlaan decompresses by taking a hike or playing video games with her family.
unlv wind orchestra in performance
Arts and Culture | February 7, 2020
The concert, titled "Old Friends," features several jazz legends and Grammy-winning artists.
Arts and Culture | February 6, 2020
The concert features choreography by UNLV award-winning faculty and modern dance pioneer Erick Hawkins.
group talking around a table
Campus News | February 6, 2020
Program at The Intersection gives first-generation faculty, staff a place to share their stories.
illustration with silhouette of man and rainbow umbrella
Arts and Culture | February 6, 2020
Academy Award-winning writer Tarell Alvin McRaney shares this coming-of-age story sure to warm your heart.
1910s woman sitting in vintage car with large cardboard heart that reads: Your Ad Here
Research | February 5, 2020
UNLV history professor Elizabeth Nelson separates facts about the effects of marketing, consumerism, and social media on the holiday's evolution from fiction about love's golden age.
a musical ensemble with the  assad brothers in the foreground
Arts and Culture | February 5, 2020
The Washington Post writes that the brothers perform like "a sort of ‘uber-guitar,’ two instruments and one brain."
Matthew Lachniet stands in the midst of a cave in Guatemala with speleothems surrounding him.
Research | February 5, 2020
New UNLV research provides context for climate history of Guatemalan rainforests.
doctor in hospital hallway
Campus News | February 5, 2020
UNLV School of Medicine's residency/fellowship programs helping to expand specialty care in Nevada.
Arts and Culture | February 4, 2020
The School of Music was ranked #9 for top bachelor's degrees in music, based on median salary one year out of college, by Gradreports.com.