UNLV In The News

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February 21, 2020
The next stage of the US presidential election process comes on Saturday, when voters in Nevada choose their preferred Democrat to oppose President Donald Trump.
San Francisco Chronicle
February 21, 2020
Much like in California, Nevada’s labor unions are a powerful force in Democratic politics. But warning signs have emerged here for the party’s presidential front-runner, Bernie Sanders, over labor’s coolness to the signature issue of his candidacy — Medicare for All — as Democrats vote in caucuses Saturday.
February 21, 2020
UNLV administrators announced Friday a $9 million donation from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a Southern-California-based tribe that operates a large casino near San Bernardino, meant to spur the development of a number of new tribal gaming programs at the university’s Harrah College of Hospitality and Boyd School of Law.
February 21, 2020
A California Indian tribe known in Southern Nevada as a major sponsor of Las Vegas sports franchises is donating $9 million to UNLV. The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians hopes to position the university as the nation’s leading source for education and innovation related to tribal gaming operations and law.
February 21, 2020
The road between Las Vegas and Reno traverses some of the emptiest land in the continental United States. Wild burros idle across the asphalt, gutted miner shacks cast scant bits of shade, the faded signs of long-gone brothels creak in the wind.
February 21, 2020
The road between Las Vegas and Reno traverses some of the emptiest land in the continental United States. Wild burros idle across the asphalt, gutted miner shacks cast scant bits of shade, the faded signs of long-gone brothels creak in the wind.
February 21, 2020
UNLV today announced a $9 million gift from the California-based San Manuel Band of Mission Indians to support the Harrah College of Hospitality and Boyd School of Law.
February 21, 2020
With all eyes on Nevada ahead of tomorrow's presidential caucuses, congressional candidates in the state are also revving up their campaigns.
Boston Herald
February 21, 2020
Elizabeth Warren’s debate-stage evisceration of Michael Bloomberg has brought renewed buzz to her flagging presidential campaign — but it may have come too late to help her in the Nevada caucuses.

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