In The News: Office of Executive Vice President and Provost

KSNV-TV: News 3
July 22, 2020

For decades Las Vegas has been perceived as a place where almost anything goes, an adult playground where many vices are allowed.

CDC Gaming Reports, Inc.
July 22, 2020

The headlines concerning the corporate parent of the Las Vegas Strip’s Caesars Palace haven’t been the most auspicious or promising during the last decade.

The Daily Gazette
July 16, 2020

COVID-19 caused every single casino in America to dim their lights, shut down their slots and lock their doors.

Casino.Org
July 15, 2020

The government may sell its partial share of the gaming property, located about 14 miles north of Beirut, to raise money, according to a recent report from Middle East Eye.

Las Vegas Review Journal
July 10, 2020

UNLV has received a $250,000 federal grant to expand its food pantry and nutrition center.

KTVN
June 24, 2020

Officials say on Monday, Governor Steve Sisolak announced the Clean Cars Nevada initiative, which will evaluate the adoption of new regulations to provide Nevadans with more choices for low and zero emission electric passenger cars and trucks at dealerships throughout the state beginning in 2024.

My News 4
June 24, 2020

On Monday, Governor Steve Sisolak announced the "Clean Cars Nevada" initiative, which will push toward providing Nevadans with more choices for low and zero emission electric passenger cars and trucks at dealerships beginning 2024.

CDC Gaming Reports, Inc.
June 16, 2020

Las Vegas threw open its doors to visitors again on June 4, and those who came streaming into the city’s hotels and casinos were greeted with a whole new set of health protocols. Temperature checks, hand-sanitizing stations, plexiglass between players at gaming tables and six-foot social-distancing markings throughout properties reminded everyone of the evolving “new normal.”

Travel Weekly
June 16, 2020

Face masks were a big part of the plan; they were worn by all employees and offered to all guests. At Caesars Palace, even the statues were wearing them.

Las Vegas Sun
June 15, 2020

A normal day on the UNLV campus has students walking class to class, studying in groups at public tables, and waiting in line at the student union for a snack before heading to a packed lecture hall for class.

Las Vegas Sun
June 15, 2020

A normal day on the UNLV campus has students walking class to class, studying in groups at public tables, and waiting in line at the student union for a snack before heading to a packed lecture hall for class.

Sports Illustrated
June 8, 2020

Casinos are working feverishly towards making guests feel they are not at risk when they travel back to properties with newly implemented safety measures. Among all these new features, there is one important change blatantly missing: prohibiting smoking.