Topic: 2016 debate

Debate Illustration
Campus News | October 12, 2016
UNLV is hosting the final presidential debate of 2016. Here’s how we landed the big event and what that says about the rise of our university and our city.
Signage being hung on the Thomas and Mack Center
Campus News | October 11, 2016
As presidential debate draws near, campus improvements abound, making up for years of financial belt-tightening
Five images of wonks
People | October 10, 2016
A few self-described political geeks tells us why they're getting caught up in the Presidential Debate as volunteers.
Emma Frances Bloomfield
People | October 10, 2016
This communications studies faculty member says the rhetoric of new technologies is ripe for study.
Girl sits while resting her hand on her chin
UNLV History | October 6, 2016
UNLV Libraries examines 60 years of student activism at UNLV.
Students watch the first presidential debate in the Student Union
Campus News | October 6, 2016
Watch history unfold during televised broadcasts of the final 2016 presidential debate at UNLV's Student Union and partnering institutions.
Student operating a tv camera
Campus News | October 6, 2016
Journalism students to broadcast live from the presidential debate media center for UNLV-TV and KUNV radio.
Kathryn Olson
Campus News | October 6, 2016
Presidential Debate Lecturer Kathryn Olson on why we shouldn't ask which candidate won a debate.
Roosevelt en route to the dedication of Boulder Dam
Campus News | October 5, 2016
Historian Michael Green explores the moments that Nevadans have had the greatest influence on national elections.
Sarah Winnemucca and Rutherford B. Hayes
Campus News | September 29, 2016
Historian William Bauer chronicles the expeditions of American Indian leaders to Washington D.C. in a free public talk Oct. 5.
Joel Jimenez holds up his phone
People | September 29, 2016
UNLV’s delegate to the national College Debate program hopes to influence the conversation that will happen among the presidential candidates on UNLV’s stage.
John F. Kennedy
Arts and Culture | September 27, 2016
History professor Deirdre Clemente chronicles the increasingly casual nature of presidential fashion.