Honors College News
The Honors College is a selective college within the university that offers an exceptional undergraduate core experience for highly motivated students. Honors College is an educational partner with the "discipline" colleges of the university in which Honors students pursue their academic majors.
Current Honors News
This alumna-turned-employee savors the small moments in life and work at UNLV's International Gaming Institute.
A collection of news stories from 2019 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
UNLV president Marta Meana will highlight four graduating students at commencement who embody the academic, research, and community impact of the Class of 2019.
Honors College student Martha Amaya one of just 30 nationwide to receive Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship.
Honors College student Akaisha Cook one of just 30 nationwide to receive 2020 Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship.
Honors College Alumna of the Year and faculty member Noelle Lefforge is a four-time alumna of the university.
Honors In The News
If the 2020 presidential election is going to have a ‘Jim Murren moment’, as the gaming industry saw nearly four years ago, it won’t be from Jim Murren.
The Oakland Raiders’ yearlong march into oblivion will end Sunday at the aging Coliseum.
It will be the Democrat's ninth of their presidential primary cycle, coming on February 19.
It was 150 years ago that construction began on the Sutro Tunnel. It had quite an impact … and didn’t amount to much. If that sounds contradictory, well, bear with us.
If you’re expecting the floodgates to open on caucus endorsements by our Democratic D.C. delegation, don’t.
Imagine traveling down the Colorado River from Wyoming all the way down to where the Colorado and Virgin Rivers meet. Now imagine doing it 150 years ago, without today’s transportation, technology, and settlements. That’s what John Wesley Powell and his geographic expedition did.