Topic: homecoming

Campus News | October 25, 2021

Who won Most Spirited Rebel? Which office had the best decor? Find out in this wrapup of all the 2021 Rebel Homecoming activities.

A woman stands in her office surrounded by UNLV memorabilia
People | October 22, 2021

If there's a UNLV logo on it, School of Medicine admissions coordinator Alyssa Hill owns it. And if it doesn't come with a logo on it, she'll paint it on herself.

Two hands form the letters "L" and "V"
People | October 19, 2020

This year’s virtual event will bring in new events and beloved traditions.

A woman in a suit leans against a stone wall
People | September 8, 2020

Outstanding Faculty Award winner Alona Angosta progressed from bachelor's to master's to tenured faculty at the university that made her feel welcome.

students pose in front of lighted sign that reads Rebel Homecoming
Campus News | November 6, 2019

Festival, parade, and other events highlight community-student connection as UNLV gears up to battle Hawaii for the golden pineapple trophy in the annual Ninth Island Showdown.

A woman in a white dress and white boots rides an elephant festooned with a tiara and UNLV-emblazoned blanket.
UNLV History | April 9, 2019

In 1971, Homecoming met the circus.

contestants on stage
Campus News | October 18, 2018

The “Most Spirited Rebel” contestants share the reasons they rep for the Rebels wherever they go.

archival image of basketball players
Athletics | October 8, 2018

Two years before UNLV had a football team, the Rebels played their homecoming games on the hardwood against rival Reno. Here's how they went.