In The News: College of Liberal Arts
The Covid-19 pandemic has always been a nightmare for higher education, but in the 2020-21 school year, it has largely spared the country’s sparsely populated campuses from growing political tensions.
College leaders should be ready for protests, provocations, and lone attacks, experts say.
Experts share their thoughts on the engagement watch trend.
Another mascot change in a professional sport.
"This hesitancy in the U.S. is pretty much as old as vaccines," said UNLV historian Michael Green.
Maria Nieto Orta was driving home to Las Vegas last week from a family vacation in Utah when she found out about a federal judge’s decision to close the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, to first-time applicants.
The food experience of most Taiwanese includes "desktop breakfast shops" all over the streets, among which omelets and breakfast shop milk tea are classic items.
Augustine Frizzell’s directorial debut, Never Goin’ Back, was an irreverent stoner comedy about two high-school-dropout waitresses which, though imperfect, felt fun and fresh.
On air poet Marina Garber (Las Vegas), and Natella Boltyanskaya.
Less than five years after bringing the NFL’s Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, Southern Nevada is dancing with Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics, the Northern California city’s last professional sports franchise, which is seeking to flee the crumbling Oakland Coliseum for possibly a new multi-billion stadium in the desert.
Southern states have an opportunity to delve into their history to honor forgotten Blacks worthy of notice.
The science behind the idea of restoring the intestinal microbiome to an ancestral state is shaky, skeptics say, and in some cases unethical.