Topic: politics

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 oppportunity.
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.
Three men on stage
People | June 19, 2019
The retired U.S. Senate majority leader discusses health care with the dean of UNLV’s medical school