In The News: College of Liberal Arts

The Nevada Independent
February 25, 2021

Even as hopes remain high that new federal coronavirus relief could buoy state coffers, concerns over expected 12 percent cuts came to the fore Wednesday as members of the joint budget subcommittee on K-12 and higher education met for an initial overview of higher education funding.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
February 25, 2021

Latinx is an alternative description for a Latino or Hispanic person but is the term catching on? The gender neutral word is meant to be more inclusive.

KJZZ
February 24, 2021

For decades, the order of the presidential primaries and caucuses has caused consternation.

Inverse
February 23, 2021

THE MOUNTAIN OF EVIDENCE THAT MICROBES INSIDE OUR GUTS can reveal hidden details of our physical and mental health has grown a little more thanks to a new study published this month in the journal Current Biology.

El Tiempo
February 19, 2021

Welcome to Harry Mason Reid International Airport: Gateway to Fabulous Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 19, 2021

The Mob Museum is adding two vintage slot machines to its collection and has scheduled a two-part presentation about legal gambling in Nevada as part of its March programming.

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 19, 2021

The Mob Museum is adding two vintage slot machines to its collection and has scheduled a two-part presentation about legal gambling in Nevada as part of its March programming.

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 19, 2021

The Mob Museum is adding two vintage slot machines to its collection and has scheduled a two-part presentation about legal gambling in Nevada as part of its March programming.

Nevada Current
February 18, 2021

Following summer protests calling for reforms to policing, the newly launched Nevada chapter of the Fines and Fees Justice Center along with UNLV sociology students began probing local data on traffic tickets to see who is most likely to receive citations.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
February 18, 2021

A podcast at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas is using Black History Month as an opportunity to bring awareness to racism.

Aviation Pros
February 18, 2021

Visitors who fly to Las Vegas will soon be landing at Harry Reid International Airport.

The Salt Lake Tribune
February 16, 2021

Last week, commotion broke out in North Ogden over Maria Montessori Academy’s decision allowing parents to opt out of a social studies unit spotlighting Black History Month. School director Micah Hirokawa “reluctantly” made this concession, yielding to parental pressure for exemption from the curriculum.