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Born in a refugee camp in Germany, Darakjian eventually settled in Las Vegas with her family and made her way to UNLV. Now this alum is busy promoting the high-quality graduate education offered by her alma mater.
The film department's holdings from the reclusive filmmaker and industrialist offer insights into an original Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
Skatin' Rebels, currently a non-varsity team, hopes to follow the lead of Arizona State as the second NCAA Division I team in college hockey from the Southwest.
Student and alumni ties to UNLV inspire a campus cookie bomb.
“Inquiry: The Art of Scientific Discovery” shows the beauty of science and the artistic side of even the most lab-bound of scientists.
For Catherine Angel, opposing modes create an unmistakable intimacy.
Zhaohuan Zhu is the first UNLV scientist to earn fellowship for early career scholars considered ‘next generation of scientific leaders.’
This dentist's tip for success is to avoid the temptation to take shortcuts since only persistence and hard work are going to get you where you want to be.
BMI's Jim Rogers Contrarian Lecture returns for 2017 with novelist Walter Kirn.
Nevada Conservatory Theater's Chris Edwards keeps the theater humming along, from setting a direction for programming to working out set logistics.
University Libraries and Vegas PBS dig into the archives to capture the stories of the city's African American community.
The Las Vegas physician and higher education regent discusses his own educational experience and why UNLV’s School of Medicine is so important to health of our community.
Michael Easter, former editor of Men’s Health, is the host of a new healthy living show on KUNV radio.
Team Wingin’ It, a group led by UNLV students, hatched a plan to help Las Vegas become more energy efficient and plucked the $10K grand prize during the Consumer Electronics Show.
Political scientist Tiffiany Howard explains the causes and potential effects of the thousands of people fleeing Syria’s ongoing civil war.
This alum is revved up about returning to his alma mater to be part of UNLV Athletics.
Photographer Aaron Mayes shares the story behind his award-winning photo for the Libraries' Jewish Heritage Project.
What happens in an art museum between exhibitions? Here’s a peek into the process.
Four faculty researchers have been turning heads in their fields and well beyond.
Humanities Librarian Priscilla Finley on the depictions of our city in the new "Writers Imagine Las Vegas" exhibit at Lied Library.
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