In The News: College of Liberal Arts
Do you know who's really pumped that municipal elections are moving to even-year Novembers?
On Wednesday, June 5, the Art Department of the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) welcomed the "Latinos Who Lunch" (Latinos Who Lunch) to the Marjorie Barrick Art Museum. The hosts of the poscat are Babelito and Favyfax, both alumni of UNLV, who had as special guest Dr. Erika Abad, to start a conversation about the representation of Latinx in digital media.
In the last 30 years, Nevada has evolved from a sparsely and homogenously populated rural outpost to one of the most urban and diverse states in the country. Nevada’s population is now majority-minority. The Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise Metropolitan statistical area with over 2.2 million residents is the 28th largest in the country and is home to nearly three out of four Nevadans. By 2060, the demographics of the rest of the United States are expected to look a lot like Las Vegas does today.
China’s heavy-handed tactics in Hong Kong could be also hurting its cause in neighboring Taiwan.
Researchers at the University of Nevada (UNLV) have embarked on our hair removal habits: they have been studying how hair removal is developing from the 1890s onwards in about 200 different societies.
It’s one thing to give up plastic straws and recycle daily. But ecosexuals take their love for the planet to an entirely new level. What exactly is ecosexuality? It's a trending sexual identity that means everything from literally having sex with the Earth to getting it on in the most eco-friendly way possible.
As debate raged in Hong Kong in recent months over a controversial extradition law that would allow the city to send suspects to mainland China, governments from countries around the world have expressed their concerns. None have been more vocal than Taiwan
When doctors said her youngest child would be a girl, Amie Schofield chose the name Victoria. Then they said the child would be a boy, so she switched to Victor.
In a warehouse on the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus, graduate student Debbie Fleshman lifted the lid on a tan train case and stared down into silver screen history.
In this episode of The Sociable Podcast, we speak with two experts with very different opinions on porn and addiction.
A cacophonous sea of tens of thousands of people, dressed in red and waving flags, chanted and blasted air horns in Taipei, Taiwan’s capital.
UNLV political scientist John Tuman is available to offer expert commentary on President Donald Trump's proposed tariffs on Mexico, and how this will impact the automobile industry across North America.