In The News: School of Architecture

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 7, 2021

Today, news headlines covering rising crime rates are increasingly common in Las Vegas and just about any other metro area. With that, homeowners may start to wonder if there are ways to improve the security of their largest investment.

PR.com
September 3, 2021

Exceptional Emerging Professionals in Architecture + Design Awarded Grand Prizes.

Online PR Media
September 2, 2021

Dunn-Edwards Paints awarded two grand prize student winners $3,000 cash for exceptional submissions to the inaugural Emerging Professionals Design Competition.

Nevada Business
August 30, 2021

Carnevale Gallery plans to donate 25 percent of its proceeds through September to Vegas PBS to help support local arts programming in honor of late artist Rita Asfour.

Las Vegas Weekly
August 26, 2021

Culture: Art exhibits, theater productions, and more.

Forbes
August 12, 2021

Historic pink hotels have never really paled. But like rosé wines, they seem to be enjoying a renaissance.

CNBC
August 11, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic was difficult for all college students, but it was particularly hard on Native American students.

Rewire
July 16, 2021

Floristry is 'a therapy in itself — it's connecting with nature... to make artwork.'

Real Simple
June 23, 2021

Part of our concept of "home" is as a place of refuge from the outside world. It's somewhere we can feel both physically and psychologically secure.

Yahoo!
June 23, 2021

Part of our concept of "home" is as a place of refuge from the outside world. It's somewhere we can feel both physically and psychologically secure.

Sleep.com
June 17, 2021

Between the sweltering temperatures, late sunsets, and lawnmowers that never seem to stop growling, summertime is riddled with things that can disrupt your sleep.

KMIZ ABC17
June 15, 2021

UNLV’s award-winning solar home is now on display in downtown Las Vegas.