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
Honors College Alumna of the Year Casey Barber helped thousands of Nevadans navigate COVID-19 by leading UNLV's contact tracing team.
The Honors College professor energizes students to consider life’s big questions from diverse perspectives.
UNLV undergrad Mary Blankenship blends public policy, science, and economics into a cocktail for successful global change.
First-generation entertainment engineering and design major embraces the Las Vegas experience.
Junior Kyle Catarata looks to create new opportunities for aspiring law students.
Graduate Michael Schwob, recipient of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, began racking up accomplishments by connecting with his instructors.
Honors In The News
In a recent essay in the Irish Echo, Cian T. McMahon wrote, “Troubled by the sight of asylum seekers taking their chances in unsafe boats upon the Mediterranean Sea in recent years, John Roche of the Irish Red Cross has said that until European governments find ways to address the crises plaguing many countries in North Africa, ‘desperate people will continue to risk their lives on these coffin ships.’
As Americans begin to re-emerge from their year inside, the first new U.S. airlines in 14 years — Breeze Airways and Avelo Airlines — are hoping their low-cost services and unconventional flight routes will lure travel-hungry adults away from the behemoth air carriers they know and love.
The first new U.S. air carriers in 14 years are vying for a slice of air travel’s rebound as the industry emerges from its worst downturn in history.
Last week, readers of the Sun got a treat in being introduced to Adugna “Adu” Siweya, one of the Las Vegas Valley’s outstanding college graduates this spring. Inspirational stories Siweya's make college graduation season a special time in Las Vegas, an annual reminder of the remarkable minds in our community, and the commitment of students to academic achievement.
With online gaming and further expansion in Asia on the cards, Edward Lowton ponders the various possibilities for Sands as the company moves on to greener pastures following the $6.25bn sale of its Las Vegas properties.
This home in the historic Rancho Circle Las Vegas neighborhood has something that few homes of any price in southern Nevada have: a basement.