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This mom of three has a heart for helping students and cherishing every moment with her kids.
Mia Bell on her greatest moments as a player, and now assistant coach, for the Lady Rebels.
MGM College Opportunity Program at UNLV offers a flexible and affordable way for the company's employees to complete their degrees.
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A new book explores what Thai food in America can tell us about the people cooking it and the people consuming it.
Check out the exhibit at Lied Library to see what messages Latinx students have conveyed at commencement in recent years.
Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies In The News
D.C. is growing wealthier and whiter every year. Is a conspiracy theory to blame?
When it comes to the 2020 U.S. census, Nevadans are hard to count. One surprising reason for this is the housing status of college students in Nevada.
As the Democratic nomination race shifts to the South and into states with more African American voters, the party’s white front-runners must directly confront the question of race and explain how their policies uplift black America. Each of them has been criticized for harboring a superficial understanding of American anti-blackness, if not manifesting outright racism.
An academic journal has realeased a special issue dedicated to pornography. The editors of AG About Gender, a peer-reviewed international journal based in Genoa, say the decision points to growing academic interest in the adult industry.
Growing up in the early aughts, my hometown’s sex shop had a reputation as a seedy establishment from which customers emerged, purchases in an opaque black plastic bag, casting furtive glances. Now, a new generation of these stores has emerged, and they’ve evolved into more than nondescript buildings where you can buy toys in secret.
Las Vegas is already known as Sin City, in part for the gambling and sex work that takes place there (though it turns out that, while legal in Nevada, prostitution is actually illegal in Vegas), and for its history of ties to the mafia. But it was only in 2020 that sex toys were allowed at CES, the largest consumer electronics show in the world.