In The News: College of Liberal Arts

KNPR News
May 20, 2022

May is Asian America and Pacific Islander Month, a time we recognize the history, culture and achievements of the AAPI community.

New York Times
May 20, 2022

As climate change fuels grim discoveries across the West, Las Vegas is awash in bets on the identity of a suspected murder victim dumped in a barrel.

New York Times
May 20, 2022

As climate change fuels grim discoveries across the West, Las Vegas is awash in bets on the identity of a suspected murder victim dumped in a barrel.

Technology Networks
May 19, 2022

Research by a team of neuroscientists from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has shown that it is possible to identify the molecular mechanisms underlying a host of adverse symptoms associated with unique subtypes of neurodevelopmental disorders. This work could one day improve the lives of millions of people worldwide.

Nevada Current
May 18, 2022

Historian: Lost city of St. Thomas emergence was a 'warning'

The Nevada Independent
May 15, 2022

It was called “The Wave.” The words come rapid-fire, the camera panning over darkened pictures of a border checkpoint and Hispanic men holding guns under a freeway overpass.  

The Nevada Independent
May 15, 2022

It was called “The Wave.” The words come rapid-fire, the camera panning over darkened pictures of a border checkpoint and Hispanic men holding guns under a freeway overpass.  

Pechanga.net
May 15, 2022

Las Vegas was a small railroad town when Nevada formally established it in 1905. Five years after its founding, the U.S. census recorded only 800 residents. Yet by the 1950s, it was known as a gambling tourist haven, where visitors could see a show with celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. in between trips to the baccarat tables.

Pechanga.net
May 15, 2022

Las Vegas was a small railroad town when Nevada formally established it in 1905. Five years after its founding, the U.S. census recorded only 800 residents. Yet by the 1950s, it was known as a gambling tourist haven, where visitors could see a show with celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. in between trips to the baccarat tables.

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 15, 2022

Nearly all of the Republicans seeking to be elected Nevada secretary of state share a common goal: roll back voter access laws to improve “security” and “integrity.”

The Paradise
May 14, 2022

Las Vegas was a small railroad town when Nevada formally established it in 1905. Five years after its founding, the U.S. census recorded only 800 residents. Yet by the 1950s, it was known as a gambling tourist haven, where visitors could see a show with celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. in between trips to the baccarat tables.

The Paradise
May 14, 2022

Las Vegas was a small railroad town when Nevada formally established it in 1905. Five years after its founding, the U.S. census recorded only 800 residents. Yet by the 1950s, it was known as a gambling tourist haven, where visitors could see a show with celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. in between trips to the baccarat tables.