Topic: politics

Kamala Harris wearing a white suit while giving her victory speech
Arts and Culture | January 28, 2021
UNLV fashion expert Deirdre Clemente on the historical scrutiny of male versus female politicians’ clothing and the power of textiles, color, and style in shaping image.
Blue Metros, Red States book cover
Research | October 15, 2020
UNLV research team explores the population and politics of 13 swing states, pushing beyond the old blue state-red state model and painting a new picture where changing suburbs influence outcomes.
Research | October 14, 2020
UNLV social media expert Natalie Pennington explores the impact of politics and partisanship on online friendships.
UNLV professor Michael Green
Business and Community | October 12, 2020
Snail mail ballots have a long history of success, says UNLV historian Michael Green, so why all the controversy?
graphic with portrait of man, red background and third-party candidate icon
Business and Community | October 9, 2020
UNLV political scientist Dan Lee examines America’s two-party system and how electoral rules benefit major party candidates on Election Day.
UNLV professor Rebecca Gill
Business and Community | October 2, 2020
UNLV political and judicial expert Rebecca Gill explains the history of the United States’ contentious appointment process, how it differs from other nations, and the implications of a recent vacancy.
Arts and Culture | September 28, 2020
UNLV debate expert Jacob Thompson examines the impact a Trump-Biden matchup will have on the final election result.
Roosevelt en route to the dedication of Boulder Dam
Campus News | September 21, 2020
Historian explores the moments that Nevadans have had the greatest influence on national elections.
People | August 11, 2020
A Scholarship Fund Honoring Regent Sam Lieberman Draws Community Support
candidates on debate stage
Campus News | February 20, 2020
Two professors weigh in on women leaders and limited economic opportunity.
portrait of man in suit
Research | December 18, 2019
150 cooks, servers and dishwashers almost shut down a Democratic debate.
A portrait of UNLV associate professor Emily Salisbury standing in front of the Florence McClure Women's Correctional Center.
Arts and Culture | June 24, 2019
‘Orange is the New Black’ has mirrored real-life circumstances of women offenders since its debut in 2013.