Topic: campus landmark
UNLV History | October 9, 2013
Read about the history of this unique part of campus culture.
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.
UNLV History | February 19, 2013
Students and community came together to bring Las Vegas its first veterans memorial.
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.
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.
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
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.
UNLV History | January 13, 2011
The replica plane is a sign of the lasting legacy Howard Hughes had on UNLV's College of Engineering.
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.