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A photographic look of Las Vegas during the coronavirus shut down from UNLV Special Collections.
The sudden transition to remote learning will be bumpy, says UNLV's Chris Stream, but the forced change will speed technology infrastructure improvements.
A photographic look at the now-empty spaces along the city's iconic boulevard.
Access to Lied Library Is Restricted to UNLV, NSHE-Affiliated Students, Faculty, and Staff in Response to COVID-19
UNLV Honors College student Nathalie Martinez reflects on the stories and impact of Latinex artists.
We're all mad at each other online all the time. Why, and what do we do about it?
Libraries In The News
On Tuesday, March 3, Reclamation’s Lower Colorado Basin Regional Office sponsored an informative special emphasis observance in celebration of Women’s History Month in Boulder City, Nevada.
On March 17, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak closed all businesses not essential to public life in Las Vegas for a minimum of one month.
Sometimes the best chroniclers of history are just regular people armed with a Brownie — or a Polaroid, an Instamatic, a 35mm point-and-shoot or, these days, a digital camera or cellphone — taking family photos.
"The history of West Las Vegas is a place where that's all they had, when that's all they knew, the Mississippi of the West is what they called it," said Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly.
In the 1940s, many African American's traveled to Las Vegas in search of jobs and a better life.
When it comes to the 2020 U.S. census, Nevadans are hard to count. One surprising reason for this is the housing status of college students in Nevada.