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A collection of news stories highlighting health, recovery, and celebration at UNLV.
UNLV real estate expert Dr. Vivek Sah examines the success of Southern Nevada’s housing market throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and how it differs from the Great Recession.
UNLV marketing expert Anjala Krishen examines how brands become icons, and the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on marketing to consumers.
U.S. News & World Report’s annual list of top graduate and professional schools ranks 26 UNLV programs within nation’s top 100.
Nontraditional student scholars benefit from re-entry scholarships.
Annual Rebels Give event turns to the sometimes subtle and rich ways that philanthropy ties together UNLV and Las Vegans.
Business In The News
Your allergies are running rampant, so you reach to grab a tissue. Though, you probably call it a Kleenex.
Designer shoes, luxury bags and fine jewelry grace the walls of Max Pawn off Sahara.
Nevada is quickly moving towards full vaccination. About a quarter of us have received one dose of the vaccine. Close to 14 percent are fully vaccinated.
Buying a home represents an important milestone for most consumers. But for those who dive in to the deep end of real estate without a financial safety net, the decision could lead to buyer’s remorse in the long run. Mortgage rates hit an all-time low during the coronavirus pandemic, but they are beginning to rise again as conditions start to improve. In the wake of rates that are still quite low overall, many homeowners have looked to refinance, and many other Americans are wondering if now is a good time to buy.
UNLV economics professor Ian McDonough knew that many seniors across the Las Vegas Valley did not have access to nutritious food even before the pandemic.
Nevadans are optimistic about Las Vegas’ post-coronavirus future, but they believe a full economic recovery is going to take some time, according to a poll of likely Nevada voters.