Topic: UNLV History

Detail of Salvador Dali's "Dante’s Inferno Plate 1" 1970, Woodcut print
Arts and Culture | January 11, 2017
Barrick Museum chronicles its evolution as a principal venue for contemporary art and unveils new shows for its celebration.
William. S. Boyd
People | November 22, 2016
A conversation with William S. Boyd, lead benefactor of the UNLV law school.
Female students hugging inside of UNLV dorm.
Campus News | September 13, 2016
UNLV students show off their rooms. (Photos by Josh Hawkins/UNLV Photo Services)
Students walking in the intramural field with one girl standing on a giant U while giving the peace sign
Campus News | September 1, 2016
Our students have been documenting their first days on campus this fall. Take a look — and we promise you'll be swept up by their enthusiasm. #UNLVWelcome
Dr. Tony Alamo
People | April 13, 2016
Dr. Tony Alamo’s wildly varied career started with a simple realization: He’d misdiagnosed UNLV.
Carol C. Harter
Arts and Culture | November 10, 2015
An oral history of the Black Mountain Institute by founder Carol C. Harter, president emerita.
girl reading a book
Arts and Culture | November 10, 2015
UNLV’s Black Mountain Institute heads into its second decade: A roundtable discussion on mission, money, and dreams in the Republic of Letters.
A  blue cannon wheel being painted red.
Athletics | October 5, 2015
A slideshow from the Fremont Cannon parade and ceremonial painting.
Brock Dixon
People | July 29, 2015
The South Dakota native served as UNLV's top administrator between the presidencies of Donald Baepler and Leonard "Pat" Goodall.