Topic: elections

Refugees on a raft
Campus News | February 14, 2017
Political scientist Tiffiany Howard explains the causes and potential effects of the thousands of people fleeing Syria’s ongoing civil war.
Sydney Tresvant
Campus News | November 1, 2016
A Chaparral High senior was surprised in class with a $1,000 scholarship to UNLV.
The CNN stage
Campus News | October 14, 2016
Major TV news networks invite students to become part of history as they document the third and final presidential debate.
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.
Students sit at the alumni amphitheater
Campus News | September 26, 2016
A limited number of tickets to the Oct. 19 presidential debate will be distributed through a lottery system to eligible full-time UNLV students.
2016 Debate flags
Campus News | September 22, 2016
Students and the Las Vegas community will gather to watch live streams of the debates leading up to the final contest Oct. 19 at UNLV.
Voting line
Business and Community | September 20, 2016
Political science professor David Damore on how just a few Nevada votes can turn an entire election.
Workers set up scaffolding
Business and Community | September 13, 2016
Boyd School of Law’s Ruben Garcia shares insight on the employment law issues that loom in this year’s election
girl coloring on yellow paper
Arts and Culture | August 30, 2016
Do you know where your favorite candidates stand on the issues that most affect Nevada children?
Hands rest hanging ourside of jail bars
Business and Community | August 30, 2016
Criminal justice professor Emily J. Salisbury studies how the treatment of inmates affects all of us.
U.S. and Nevada Flag
Business and Community | August 18, 2016
​Political science professor Dan Lee on the seesaw nature of the Silver State.
voting booths
Research | August 12, 2016
​Political science professor John Tuman on how the Latino immigrant vote might mean more than ever to candidates this season.