In The News: William F. Harrah College of Hospitality
Garrett Meriwether was just 18 years old when he was killed by a DUI driver. Garrett was a graduate of Palo Verde High School and had just finished up his first year at UNLV.
Now his family is raising money for scholarships with a run here on Sunday.
As tipping goes, Maine residents and visitors appear to be the most generous in the country, averaging more than 19% per tip, a 2018 report says. Nevada, home to Las Vegas, one of the most-visited places in the U.S., averaged almost 17% per tip.
Kylies Fung has been with McCarran International Airport for four years, one of which was as an intern as she attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Like many, she never thought about a career in airports nor did she ever think that her schooling in hospitality management would be applicable to this environment. But soon after joining LAS, she recognized how her education prepared her for her role in the non-traditional environment of airport concessions.
August 28th is National Red Wine Day! Bianca Holman visits UNLV’s Dr. Murray Mackenzie to learn all the ins and outs of the drink.
It’s the perfect drink to sip on while enjoying a steak dinner or a delicious chocolate tart. We’re talking red wine! Aug. 28 is National Red Wine Day, and we’re celebrating in style.
A series of studies led by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas said regular slot players can’t tell the difference between the house edge from one game to another.
A series of studies led by UNLV researchers says regular slot players can’t tell the difference between the house edge from one game to another.
The long-held myth that casino patrons are somehow able to detect slot machine payout percentages has reportedly been shattered by a pair of researchers following the completion of a nine-month study involving two pairs of machines in Australia.
Black Fire Innovation was announced last month as a partnership between the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), Caesars Entertainment Corp. and Gardner Company that will bring the university and local businesses together to test, develop and commercialize hospitality products and ideas.
Caesars Entertainment has announced a partnership with University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), to create a technology hub where new gaming and hospitality concepts will be developed and tested in a 43,000 square-foot space.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and Caesars Entertainment have partnered to deliver a technology hub designed to assist innovators with testing and showcasing new gaming and hospitality concepts.
The casino floor will have all the trappings — glowing slots and felt-covered game tables. The sportsbook will have a tote board for posting odds and windows good enough to receive wagers. An esports arena will have game paraphernalia and video screens.