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The refugee experiences of his parents and of people he observed while studying overseas helped fuel his desire to become a doctor.
As a UNLV alum, employee, and mom, Johnson works to enhance UNLV every day.
She's daring and he's diverse. Both are committed to helping UNLV students achieve their dreams.
The Alumni Association is driving school spirit and fundraising through UNLV license plates. Here's how the association led the way with the state's first specialty license plate.
Do children raised by male caregivers have different perceptions of gender as a result of who raised them? This psychology major spent her summer exploring the question.
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UNLV's upward bound program still helping a diverse number of first-generation college students.
Scores of Las Vegas Valley residents are expected to take in the sights and sounds of the 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade on Monday.
The four boys were ready for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade. One tipped his blue plastic hat and grasped a banner bearing a picture of the civil rights leader and peace activist.
First-generation college students have it tough – especially if those students are also low income.
UNLV has earned a $1.5 million federal grant to assist poor and minority undergraduate students.