Topic: campus landmark

UNLV History | October 9, 2013
Read about the history of this unique part of campus culture.
Red stone wall with bronze sculptures
UNLV History | September 27, 2013
After UNLV's first building had long outlived its usefulness, it was torn down. But its historical significance was preserved as a memorial to the university's most influential supporters.
UNLV History | March 6, 2013
Ham Concert Hall boosted the city's cultural offerings and paved the way for arts groups to thrive.
The sculpture "Fallen Soldier" at the Veterans Memorial on the UNLV campus
UNLV History | February 19, 2013
Students and community came together to bring Las Vegas its first veterans memorial.
Student walking through garden
UNLV History | February 12, 2013
Nestled in the center of campus is a peaceful retreat for visitors. The garden's plants are a showcase for the beauty that thrives in arid climates.
Solar panels installed on the UNLV Campus
UNLV History | January 7, 2013
Those solar panels along Flamingo Boulevard actually produce energy for UNLV while helping companies improve their technologies.
UNLV History | December 10, 2012
Cheerleader's courageous battle with cancer inspired the entire campus.
Colorful heart sculpture.
Arts and Culture | June 5, 2012
UNLV becomes permanent home for sculptures from the St. Jude Hearts of Las Vegas project.
Campus News | July 11, 2011
Southern Nevada Water Authority recognizes university's ongoing efforts to convert grass to desert-friendly landscaping
View looking up at black flashlight sculpture
Arts and Culture | May 9, 2011
After decades on campus, UNLV's Flashlight has moved beyond some initial controversy to become a treasured part of the university landscape.
Airplane hanging in building lobby
UNLV History | January 13, 2011
The replica plane is a sign of the lasting legacy Howard Hughes had on UNLV's College of Engineering.
Houssels House, named for casino executive J. Kell Houssels, was originally built in downtown Las Vegas.The Houssels family donated the home, along with $20,000 to cover the expenses of moving the home to the UNLV campus.
UNLV History | November 3, 2010
The 1930s Houssels House is UNLV's oldest building, but it wasn't placed on campus until 1983. See photos of the historic home's move from downtown to campus.