In The News: College of Liberal Arts

Massis Post
August 17, 2021

The consequences of the 2020 Artsakh War produced two expansive modes of crises in Armenia, one specific to the country’s security architecture, and the other specific to domestic political stability.

KITV ABC4
August 17, 2021

Political and population trends are colliding as the steadily escalating tension between red states and their blue cities across the Sun Belt is reaching a breaking point over the volatile issue of school masking.

The Nevada Independent
August 17, 2021

Visitors to UNLV’s Black Fire Innovation research institute will find much of what they might expect inside a 15,000-square foot showroom dedicated to newly created products for the gaming and hospitality industries.

The Nevada Independent
August 17, 2021

Visitors to UNLV’s Black Fire Innovation research institute will find much of what they might expect inside a 15,000-square foot showroom dedicated to newly created products for the gaming and hospitality industries.

Inverse
August 17, 2021

For the first 15 years of her life, Daniella Mestyanek Young’s entire world was The Family.

Giddy
August 17, 2021

From '70s bushes to bald as a badger, these are the era-defining styles down there.

BBC
August 16, 2021

Lip-on-lip kissing is not nearly as universal as we might think it is, so can the diverse number of ways that humans kiss reveal what it is about this intimate act that we find important?

Daily Finland
August 16, 2021

Less than half of all societies kiss with their lips, reported British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), quoting a study of 168 cultures from around the world.

Northern Nevada Business Weekly
August 16, 2021

More than eight months after Gov. Steve Sisolak shocked many in Nevada’s higher education world by floating the idea of breaking the state’s four community colleges off into their own governing board, nearly all parties are still waiting for the other shoe to drop.

The Nevada Independent
August 16, 2021

More than eight months after Gov. Steve Sisolak shocked many in Nevada’s higher education world by floating the idea of breaking the state’s four community colleges off into their own governing board, nearly all parties are still waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 16, 2021

Southern Nevada’s economy has been on a major rebound, with stimulus money and pent-up demand for leisure and travel helping fuel a record period of revenue and gaming win along the Strip corridor.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 14, 2021

It’s easy to take Bishop Gorman’s athletic success for granted. The Gaels have been so dominant for so long that their accomplishments become almost routine. But doing that would be a mistake.