University Libraries News
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Current Libraries News
The university's commitment to diversity drew this health sciences librarian to UNLV.
Educational series explores issues on race and seeks solutions for a more inclusive society.
Doctor tracks down the UNLV administrator who helped him succeed years ago.
Reopenings — set to begin with Lied Library Monday — will include new social distancing and safety measures.
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.
Libraries In The News
Brenda Williams had just been hired as the first Black bank teller in Nevada.
UNLV is addressing systemic racism and its impact on our community.
Nevada Humanities held a virtual panel discussion Thursday about the national debate over historical monuments and its relevance in Nevada, including controversy over figures such as Pat McCarran and Kit Carson.
For the first time since arriving at The Neon Museum Boneyard, the iconic Moulin Rouge sign has been brought to life again.
University Libraries and the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs will host a virtual panel discussion series titled "We Need to Talk: Conversations on Racism for a More Resilient Las Vegas.”
COVID-19 is hitting some minority groups hard, and the impact the pandemic will have on this year’s election is still very uncertain.