In The News: Honors College

Las Vegas Sun
October 15, 2020

Las Vegas will host an NCAA Tournament men's basketball regional for the first time after the NCAA changed a policy that prevented states with sports wagering from hosting championships.

Las Vegas Sun
October 15, 2020

Las Vegas will host an NCAA Tournament men's basketball regional for the first time after the NCAA changed a policy that prevented states with sports wagering from hosting championships.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
October 13, 2020

UNLV history professor Michael Green explains the history of the mail-in ballot, which dates back to the 17th century.

Newswise
October 12, 2020

Abraham Lincoln. The country’s 16th president is known for many things: Signing the Emancipation Proclamation. Appearing on the $5 bill. Helping to usher in the modern-day practice of mail-in voting.

KSNV-TV: News 3
October 8, 2020

Mr. Vice President, welcome to Nevada.

El Tiempo
October 6, 2020

Thanks to its good food, clubs and luxury hotels, Las Vegas is known for attracting celebrities.

CDC Gaming Reports, Inc.
October 6, 2020

Thanks to its fine dining, clubs and luxury hotels, Las Vegas has been known to attract A-list celebrities.

Las Vegas Review Journal
October 5, 2020

Thanks to its fine dining, clubs and luxury hotels, Las Vegas has been known to attract A-list celebrities.

Las Vegas Review Journal
October 5, 2020

Thanks to its fine dining, clubs and luxury hotels, Las Vegas has been known to attract A-list celebrities.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 18, 2020

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.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 18, 2020

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.

Yahoo!
September 17, 2020

After a pandemic shutdown in March, Park MGM plans to reopen at the end of September as a nonsmoking casino and hotel. It's the first Las Vegas resort that won't welcome smokers. "Let’s clear the air. Park MGM is smoke-free," its website announced Monday.