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Current Libraries News
Sustained recruitment efforts lead to increased diversity of students and faculty.
A sampling of university experts who sounded off on the year’s monumental movements surrounding race, ethnicity, and gender.
Reasons for hope aren't just confined to UNLV's academic halls. Here are just a few places where 2020 inspired staff and students to find new paths forward.
With the cost of textbooks rising, Open Educational Resources offer an alternative.
The last great pandemic has remarkable similarities to our own.
The Libraries’ undergraduate peer research coaches explore first-gen issues in a new podcast series.
Libraries In The News
An Australia-based buyer has bought the land where the Las Vegas' first racially integrated hotel-casino used to sit.
Las Vegas’ long-vacant Moulin Rouge gaming property may soon again be the site of a gambling venue. Before its demise, it was once the sole desegregated, upscale casino in Southern Nevada.
After years of dilapidation and neglect, the historic Moulin Rouge casino in Las Vegas has been sold to an Australian investor.
Tony Hsieh’s vision for downtown Las Vegas may have evolved over time, but it had always been ambitious.
A panel discussion involving several educators from UNLV and area high schools looking at systemic racism and how change can be accomplished has been postponed.
UNLV Athletics and University Libraries have partnered on a new initiative aimed at driving engagement throughout campus, the two departments announced today.