Department of History News
The history department's curriculum embraces the panorama of the past while also helping students to fulfill their constitutions, humanities, multicultural, and international requirements.
Current History News
A collection of news stories from February highlighting the people and research of UNLV.
A collection of news stories capturing the excitement and accomplishments of UNLV at the start of a new decade.
The marker, one of five to be installed in Nevada, will be unveiled March 5 in Las Vegas' Centennial Park.
UNLV history professor Elizabeth Nelson separates facts about the effects of marketing, consumerism, and social media on the holiday's evolution from fiction about love's golden age.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV faculty and students who made the news in 2019.
A collection of local, national, and international news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
History In The News
For longtime Las Vegans—indeed, for longtime westerners—Bonanza Airlines is a cause for nostalgia. It was founded in 1945, and began operations in 1946.
When you no longer have to adhere to an office dress code, how best to present yourself when working from home can be tricky.
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order this month that all casinos in the state shut down because of the coronavirus raised the question whether casinos were all closed at any time in the past.
People walking the Strip on a brisk Friday evening took a moment to stop and listen to an unfamiliar sound that has in recent days enveloped Las Vegas and may never come again: silence.
On the low end, Penn National Gaming is burning through $6.4 million daily having just 5.2 months before running out of cash, the report said.
Two weeks ago, Virginia lawmakers approved legislation to allow developers to build five large casino resorts around the state in what supporters have long hoped will be a dramatic economic boost to struggling areas. Virginia is one of the few states in the country where casinos are currently banned.