In The News: Honors College

KNPR News
August 14, 2020

Each year, the National Trust for Historic Preservation issues a list of the 11 Most Endangered Places in America. I have the pleasure of chairing the board of Preserve Nevada, which has issued its annual list of 11 endangered spots in our state.

KSNV-TV: News 3
August 7, 2020

How would you like to be put in charge of fixing Nevada's unemployment system, a system that was never designed to handle the hundreds of thousands of claims from our COVID-19 economic collapse?

Las Vegas Review Journal
August 6, 2020

A live virtual event co-sponsored by the Las Vegas Review-Journal evoked the dramatic history of organized crime in the valley.

Travel Weekly
July 28, 2020

Officials at MGM Resorts International declined to comment about when or how the Park MGM, closed since mid-March because of the pandemic, will start welcoming guests again. But that has not stopped observers and industry experts from speculating about whether a smoking ban in casinos can limit the spread of the coronavirus and attract new customers going forward.

Travel Weekly
July 28, 2020

Officials at MGM Resorts International declined to comment about when or how the Park MGM, closed since mid-March because of the pandemic, will start welcoming guests again. But that has not stopped observers and industry experts from speculating about whether a smoking ban in casinos can limit the spread of the coronavirus and attract new customers going forward.

Travel Weekly
July 28, 2020

Officials at MGM Resorts International declined to comment about when or how the Park MGM, closed since mid-March because of the pandemic, will start welcoming guests again. But that has not stopped observers and industry experts from speculating about whether a smoking ban in casinos can limit the spread of the coronavirus and attract new customers going forward.

KSNV-TV: News 3
July 24, 2020

In the early 1900s, Las Vegas looks nearly unrecognizable from what it looks like today: a town of just over 2,000 people, a few shops, a post office.

CAL FUSSMAN
July 8, 2020

No city may be more vulnerable to the coronavirus than Las Vegas. Every year it was inviting 42 million people in for dinner. The city’s economy is dependent on those visitors, and Cal looks at the history of Las Vegas for a clue as to how the city might reinvent itself after the virus subsides. Entrepreneur Tom Breitling, author of the book Double or Nothing, and some of his friends explain why they’re betting on a big Vegas comeback. This podcast offers lessons in reinvention and hints at why Las Vegas may be the place to be in 2022.

CAL FUSSMAN
July 8, 2020

No city may be more vulnerable to the coronavirus than Las Vegas. Every year it was inviting 42 million people in for dinner. The city’s economy is dependent on those visitors, and Cal looks at the history of Las Vegas for a clue as to how the city might reinvent itself after the virus subsides. Entrepreneur Tom Breitling, author of the book Double or Nothing, and some of his friends explain why they’re betting on a big Vegas comeback. This podcast offers lessons in reinvention and hints at why Las Vegas may be the place to be in 2022.

KSNV-TV: News 3
May 29, 2020

Nevada democratic Senator Catherine Cortez Masto announced Thursday that she is withdrawing her name for vice presidential considerations.

Las Vegas Sun
May 19, 2020

It came as no surprise to former Sen. Harry Reid when he heard that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was considering picking Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto for his running mate.

Las Vegas Sun
May 19, 2020

It came as no surprise to former Sen. Harry Reid when he heard that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was considering picking Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto for his running mate.