In The News: College of Liberal Arts

Iowa Public Radio
August 12, 2021

After the discovery of mass graves of Indigenous students in Canada, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland announced an investigation of Indian boarding schools in the U.S. Students of one such government-funded school in Nevada say that inquiry couldn't come soon enough.

JSTOR Daily
August 11, 2021

As more women went to college, department stores catered to them by setting up pop-up “college shops” every September.

WQCS
August 11, 2021

After the discovery of mass graves of Indigenous students in Canada, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland announced an investigation of Indian boarding schools in the U.S. Students of one such government-funded school in Nevada say that inquiry couldn't come soon enough.

NPR
August 11, 2021

After the discovery of mass graves of Indigenous students in Canada, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland announced an investigation of Indian boarding schools in the U.S. Students of one such government-funded school in Nevada say that inquiry couldn't come soon enough.

KPFA
August 10, 2021

William J. Bauer, Jr. is an enrolled citizen of the Round Valley Indian Tribes and Professor of History at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He is the co-author, with history Professor Damon B. Akins, of the book We Are the Land: A History of Native California.

Fairfield Citizen
August 9, 2021

Railroad Pass casino sits on the outskirts of Henderson, not far from Boulder City, the only incorporated Nevada town where gambling is illegal.

Listverse
August 9, 2021

Trolling, the online antagonizing of others, is caused, in part, by trolls’ own personality traits, although genetics and the environment also play roles.

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 9, 2021

Slot play in Nevada’s casinos dropped like a rock when the Great Recession hit.

San Antonio Express News
August 9, 2021

Railroad Pass casino sits on the outskirts of Henderson, not far from Boulder City, the only incorporated Nevada town where gambling is illegal.

Euractiv
August 9, 2021

Women's sport is often trivialized and described as less interesting. Women in many disciplines are ignored, compared to male athletes. Many people see a woman in a sportsman, not a competitor. But this year's Tokyo Olympics may be a turning point in the history of women's competitive sport. Athletes from various disciplines objected to the dress code requirements.

KRXI Fox 11
August 6, 2021

So far, the GOP primary field numbers three: Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, Reno Attorney Joey Gilbert, and North Las Vegas Mayor, former Democrat-turned-Republican John Lee.

Refinery29
August 6, 2021

Before the start of the pandemic, Rosy Alvarez was already sick of wearing bras.