In The News: Division of Student Affairs

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 22, 2022

Regarding the educational options available to undocumented youth in Nevada, timely information was provided during the event by representatives of the main academic institutions in the state, such as the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), the University of Nevada Reno (UNR), the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) and the Nevada State College (NSC).

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 22, 2022

A few years ago, Isiah Robinson spent a night walking around with nowhere to go after getting kicked out of his mother’s house following a big fight.

Kaiser Health News
February 4, 2022

Across the country, college students are seeking mental health therapy on campus in droves, part of a 15-year upswing that has spiked during the pandemic. U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy in December issued a rare public health advisory noting the increasing number of suicide attempts by young people.

Popular Resistance
January 20, 2022

Dear President Biden and Vice President Harris, We, the undersigned 111 student government leaders representing over 1.4 million students, write to urge you to exercise your executive authority, as designated by the Higher Education Act of 1965, to cancel all federal student loan debt immediately.

Rebusiness Online
January 13, 2022

Often lauded as a recession-resistant asset class, the student housing sector was able to add another feather to its cap over the course of the past year, proving that it is also pandemic-resistant. 

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
November 5, 2021

Las Vegas will soon be a majority-minority city.

HealthyWomen
May 27, 2021

Some women are noticing their periods are different after getting vaccinated. We asked OB-GYNs why this might be happening.

Las Vegas Sun
May 7, 2021

Steve McKellips arrived at Marquette University with four years of Spanish on his high school transcript. When it came time to get placed in a first-year college Spanish course, admission officials used that background to determine where he would best fit.

Nevada Independent
February 24, 2021

State of the University addresses are, traditionally, fairly bland affairs. They are a chance for university presidents to be boosters, to laud the university’s successes and sell the school’s upward trajectory to an audience of administrators, faculty, students and donors. 

Las Vegas Review Journal
December 19, 2020

Sebastian Ajir pushed ahead with college this fall, even with all the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of his friends, however, could not stay the course.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 7, 2020

UNLV knocked $50 off a facilities fee to compensate for limited access to some services because of COVID-19, but some students say the discount doesn’t go far enough.

El Tiempo
September 7, 2020

UNLV lowered the facility fee by $ 50 to compensate for limited access to some services due to COVID-19, but some students say the discount is not enough.