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
Eight UNLV Students Honored With 2020 Lance and Elena Calvert Awards For Undergraduate Research across a wide spectrum of research topics.
From UNLV Magazine's spring 2020 issue.
A collection of news stories highlighting UNLV’s response to COVID-19 and faculty experts who have helped the community make sense of the pandemic and its impact to daily life.
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.
History In The News
A restaurant that refused to seat a Black mother and son for an alleged dress code violation apologized for the “disturbing” and “eye-opening” experience. Now, the Maryland eatery is one of many reckoning with stiff and outdated wardrobe rules now under renewed scrutiny amid the Black Lives Matter movement and protests for racial equity.
If there ever was a year to celebrate Juneteenth, 2020 — a year in which marchers worldwide have taken to the streets to protest racial inequality and police violence against African Americans — would be it.
Visitors from Philly and even Connecticut flocked to Atlantic City on Friday, the first day it was legal to consume alcohol in some public spots.
Fashion is a mirror image of current events. In the past three months, new pneumonia has ravaged the world.
Preserve Nevada has come out with its annual list of endangered sites in the state.
While the Flamingo Hotel was not the first casino to open on what we now call the Strip, it was going to be different.