University Libraries News
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Current Libraries News
Kids bored by your book selections? Get them reading this summer with this easy guide from the UNLV Teacher Development and Resources Library.
UNLV student, librarian suggest diversifying at-home libraries as a first step in supporting people of color.
A collection of news stories featuring the people and programs of UNLV.
How the national anthem became a fixture at sporting events and the mixed response that musicians have garnered for their renditions.
Video from Student Diversity and Social Justice will mark holiday commemorating the end of slavery.
Eight UNLV Students Honored With 2020 Lance and Elena Calvert Awards For Undergraduate Research across a wide spectrum of research topics.
Libraries In The News
If there ever was a year to celebrate Juneteenth, 2020 — a year in which marchers worldwide have taken to the streets to protest racial inequality and police violence against African Americans — would be it.
After the death of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter activists have taken to streets across the country, protesting police brutality.
In Nevada, peaceful protests have escalated into violent clashes, with both officers and protesters reporting injuries. In the midst of chaos, we sit down with both sides to discuss the history of police brutality and the best way for our state to move forward.
A new chapter. A new beginning.
Bringing inclusive voices into collections has been a priority of Padilla’s throughout his career.
Croughan joined UNLV around the same time as Maggie Farrell, Dean of University Libraries. Each has found a willing collaborator in the other — and this cross-department collaboration between the library and the research office has helped UNLV raise the profile of its faculty research while becoming an R1 institution in accelerated time.
A Las Vegas university is making people smile after staging a photo shoot with a figure well-known to students and alumni at one of its empty libraries on campus.