Topic: Nevada history

Business and Community | March 12, 2014

From ending discriminatory practices to shedding light on education and social issues, Nevada women have challenged the status quo and made Nevada a better place.

Frank Burnside pictured next to his plane
Business and Community | March 6, 2014

Long before airline travel became ordinary, Nevada visionaries foresaw the critical role it would play in the state's economic health.

Research | February 27, 2014
Meteor smack downs, volcanic calderas, and mountain pulses — Geologist Steve Rowland explains some of the catastrophic events the created the geology and biology of our beautiful state.
Research | February 6, 2014

The state’s seemingly barren land is filled with bizarre mammals — at least for now. Mammalogist Brett Riddle lists off his favorites.

Business and Community | January 30, 2014

As the state celebrates its 150th year, special collections librarian Su Kim Chung shares her picks for the most important records on early Las Vegas history.

People | May 2, 2013

A new UNLV Libraries collection chronicles the glitzy and outlandish personality of Las Vegas through its showgirls-on-ice spectacles.

Business and Community | April 17, 2013

UNLV Libraries shares its expertise on preserving your digital collection of photos and documents before it's too late. Learn more at upcoming events.

Research | April 2, 2013

UNLV's Center for Gaming Research dispels some of the more enduring misconceptions about gambling.

A painting of various birds and animals dancing a jig around the serving dish.
Arts and Culture | October 15, 2010

Online collection showcases the menus of yesteryear. See some of your favorites and share your memories of dining in Las Vegas.

Leisl Carr Childers sits at desk
Research | May 27, 2010

Graduate student Leisl Carr Childers is studying the often contentious relationship between the federal government and ranchers in Nevada.