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The 2016 Presidential Debate brought UNLV to global prominence.
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UNLV played host to the third and final presidential debate of the 2016 election. Our favorite news stories capturing the preparation, the big day, and beyond.
From a med school on the rise to the world tuning into the Thomas & Mack — 10 moments that marked our year.
The Oct. 19 debate at UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center was the third most watched in history, attracting more than 71 million television viewers.
Hosting the final presidential debate helped put UNLV on the map for prospective students.
The best summation of the presidential debate experience: "No one treated me like a student. For a couple of hours, I felt like a professional."
Debate creates opportunity for the IT teams for the campus and the Thomas & Mack to expand skills and work together.
Preparing for one of the biggest days in UNLV history took coordination with multiple law enforcement agencies.
With 5,000 journalists on campus to cover the debate, the UNLV media relations crew was on their toes for months to help keep the university front-and-center during coverage.
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Carlos led Consolidated Students of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (CSUN), an organization representing 23,000 undergraduates, in 2016-17.
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