In The News: Department of Sociology

Las Vegas Sun
August 27, 2021

Transgender adult model Sabina Steele lost her job at Starbucks in July 2020 and had to act quickly to overcome the income loss.

Las Vegas Sun
August 24, 2021

Las Vegas could be at risk of being used as a platform for spreading misinformation by far-right extremists who have openly called for the insurrection and participated in the failed coup in Washington.

Desert Companion
August 24, 2021

What compels people to line up to buy beer?

TechRadar
August 20, 2021

Will OnlyFans survive without its sexual content?

Texas News Today
August 20, 2021

OnlyFans will ban sexually explicit content from October, especially the material itself that made the platform popular last year.

The Nevada Independent
August 17, 2021

Visitors to UNLV’s Black Fire Innovation research institute will find much of what they might expect inside a 15,000-square foot showroom dedicated to newly created products for the gaming and hospitality industries.

The Nevada Independent
August 17, 2021

Visitors to UNLV’s Black Fire Innovation research institute will find much of what they might expect inside a 15,000-square foot showroom dedicated to newly created products for the gaming and hospitality industries.

Inverse
August 17, 2021

For the first 15 years of her life, Daniella Mestyanek Young’s entire world was The Family.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 16, 2021

Southern Nevada’s economy has been on a major rebound, with stimulus money and pent-up demand for leisure and travel helping fuel a record period of revenue and gaming win along the Strip corridor.

The Verge
July 31, 2021

Digital fan clubs are turning into single-purpose social networks

bestwriteit
July 27, 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has always been a nightmare for higher education, but in the 2020-21 school year, it has largely spared the country’s sparsely populated campuses from growing political tensions.

The Chronicle of Higher Education
July 26, 2021

College leaders should be ready for protests, provocations, and lone attacks, experts say.