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Learn more about the namesake of UNLV’s basketball practice center and engineering programs for undergraduates.
The 25-year-old triumph of two UNLV engineering professors and their quest to build the world’s largest flying disc.
Founding dean of the Hospitality College — then Hotel College — Jerry Vallen looks back at the early days of the school.
Faculty/staff donations to the annual holiday card tree fund have been providing scholarships for 50 years.
A look back at the greetings we've sent over this 50-year tradition.
Marjorie Barrick’s involvement in UNLV and the community went far beyond her time in the classroom. Here's the story of one of our campus' pioneers.
The drive to form a campus started with vision — but what it needed was money.
It took deft work at the legislative level — and some rebellious students — to earn UNLV the ability to stand apart from Reno.
An early look at the benefits of gaming put UNLV on the national research map.
Campus life in the '70s was more freewheeling, and it led to an iconic pairing decades later on television.
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Multimedia: UNLV History
A closer look at our the symbolic club carried by the grand marshal of the commencement procession.
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.
Do you hear what we hear? This month, UNLV's chiming clock tower gets into the holiday spirit.
Thirty years later, UNLV's Flashlight has moved beyond some initial controversy to become a treasured part of the university landscape.