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advertisements for classic movie
Campus News | April 9, 2020
The records span nearly a half century and focus on the billionaire's movie enterprises beginning in the late 1920s.
U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
Arts and Culture | April 8, 2020
Requests for funding are due April 10.
Campus News | April 8, 2020
For students in Medicine, Nursing, and Dental Medicine, those furthest along heading to front lines while classmates cope with rearranged clinical work.
A red patch shows the emblem for the UNLV School of Nursing
People | April 8, 2020
Shortage of equipment, surge of patients at the forefront of the mind for nursing students already in the field.
doctors in emergency room
Campus News | April 8, 2020
Residency program brings 83 new physicians to Southern Nevada.
Campus News | April 7, 2020
Hospitality College Ph.D. student channels separation from her family, housing uncertainty, and the new challenges of remote learning into humor and productivity.
Research | April 7, 2020
UNLV researcher Marta Soligo on the impact of the coronavirus on tourism and why it matters.
7-year-old boy in blue shirt, 1st grader William Hawkins, 9-year-old 3rd grader Georgia Hawkins, and PhD student in microbiology Erin Cassin, all working/learning from home on the dining room table.
Business and Community | April 6, 2020
UNLV College of Education experts share tips, resources, and activities for parents thrust into the added role of schoolteacher, guidance counselor, and playground monitor.
Darnelle Melvin in front of displays of metadata.
People | April 6, 2020
Metadata librarian Darnelle Melvin says the coolest thing he has found in UNLV Libraries' collections is a hand-sketched map of the original Las Vegas city land plots
man with microphone speaking to crowd
People | April 6, 2020
The proud UNLV alum and supporter died Friday.
Business and Community | April 6, 2020
UNLV tax law expert Francine J. Lipman shares tips on how to navigate economic challenges from COVID-19.
collage of book covers
Arts and Culture | April 3, 2020
The UNLV Teacher Development & Resources Library recommends fantasy and science fiction books for your kids (or even a good read for yourself).