In The News: College of Liberal Arts
As state lawmakers embark on the decennial process of redrawing Nevada's major political boundaries, they face the task of creating districts that ensure equal representation for residents.
A driver who stops suddenly, cuts off vehicles, or honks his horn unnecessarily is likely to disturb other motorists.
In 2018, Facebook removed a photo of the Venus of Willendorf after it deemed the 25,000-year-old figurine pornographic
Taxpayers on hook amid infighting, conflicts
There are some tools athletes use to harness their anger that might help the rest of us.
The United States witnessed a grim statistic on Oct. 1: over 700,000 deaths due to the coronavirus.
A driver suddenly braking, cutting off vehicles or needlessly honking is certain to bother fellow motorists.
Guest: Amy Reed-Sandoval from University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The Democratic and Republican Parties have dominated American political life, leaving no room for third parties. Now, polarization and new voices cause cracks in the system.
The two top outside groups dedicated to winning control of the Senate have settled on Nevada as an early battleground ahead of next year’s midterm elections, launching a first wave of television spots that are airing this week.
Liz Flynt doesn’t mind being called a pornographer.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t affected only health and the economy. Its tentacles have touched some of the Silver State’s most beloved cultural landmarks.