Kate Stowell

Freelance Writer

Kate Fernelius Stowell, ’07 BA Journalism & Media Studies, is a Las Vegas-based writer who considers herself a Sin City renaissance woman. Born and raised in Vegas, Fernelius has written about many aspects of her hometown over the years — the burgeoning arts community, happenings on the Strip, the LGBT community, the nightlife scene, UNLV campus life, and everyday Vegas living. Through her different writing interests, Fernelius hopes she can introduce others to the growing Las Vegas community.
 

Articles by Kate Stowell

Research | November 12, 2013
UNLV research center tackles tough issues in child wellbeing through community programs and legislative advocacy.
Campus News | September 17, 2013
If a student discloses that they were sexually assaulted or in a violent relationship, do you know what to do? UNLV's Title IX coordinator explains how the law has helped establish clear processes.
Research | September 3, 2013
Engineering professor Pushkin Kachroo shares his ideas for making transportation around the Valley faster and safer.
People | August 14, 2013
Turf wars among different community groups can derail smart growth. Ngai Pindell, an expert in community development law, shares three observations about Southern Nevada's development.
People | July 24, 2013
New book helps families work through the challenges that fast-changing technology poses to relationships.
People | July 17, 2013
The director of UNLV's public history program explains why the myth that Las Vegas has no history persists.
People | July 8, 2013
Christina Vela escaped the fate of many inner-city teen moms with education. Now she's determined to help others overcome their obstacles.
People | June 6, 2013
The 5 keys for creating visual masterpieces from Joe Aldridge of the entertainment engineering program.
People | May 14, 2013
The director of the hotel college's career center offers her tips for today's job market.