College of Liberal Arts News
The College of Liberal Arts offers students a well-rounded education in the humanities and social sciences, and provides students with a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning and discovery.
Current Liberal Arts News
A collection of news stories highlighting research, health, and community at UNLV.
UNLV sports history expert Kendra Gage’s class on Olympics explores historical, modern collisions between sport and social issues of the time.
A collection of news stories highlighting remembrance and improvement at UNLV.
This M.D.-Ph.D. finds his career sweet spot collaborating with diverse stakeholders to address community mental health issues of multi-identity minorities.
A collection of news stories highlighting celebration, health, and progress at UNLV.
Associate professor Mark Padoongpatt will tackle the history of and rise in anti-Asian sentiment and violence in a special episode of 'We Need to Talk.'
Liberal Arts In The News
Handball athletes such as German gymnasts have asked for the freedom to use competition clothing in which to feel more comfortable. But something is really changing.
With just weeks left before the start of the fall semester — and the near-full scale return of college students, faculty and staff to in-person activity on campuses across the country — more than 600 colleges and universities have sought to implement requirements for the COVID-19 vaccine as cases and hospitalizations have surged.
For more than 100 years, the U.S. government forcibly relocated tens of thousands of Native American children to boarding schools under a federal assimilation program meant to suppress their languages, beliefs and identities.
Our country’s path to political influence involves defecting from your hometown and congregating in one of a handful of wealthy neighborhoods. It’s undermining trust in government — and corroding our democracy.
Might an education for children featuring philosophy be one of the keys to developing a more civil society? Prof. Amy Reed-Sandoval (UNLV) discusses how wonder is integral to philosophy and how this complements a child’s natural inclination to know more about the world and others.
This year’s Olympic Games have brought a number of non-sporting issues to the fore. May it continue.