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UNLV Magazine - Fall 2012
Anthropologist Alyssa Crittenden ventures into the African bush to study how humans learned to cooperate.
To discover what's happening with the bighorn sheep population, David Choate must track cougars in the National Desert Wildlife Refuge.
When a trauma mangles a patient's face, Dr. Daniel Orr steps in for the often intense work of reconstruction.
Rotting food, old toilets, and remnants of residence hall move-out are treasures to Tara Pike-Nordstrom.
College once seemed so unobtainable to academic advisor John Starkey. He'll share his inspiring story of rising from poverty with incoming freshmen this week.
UNLV becomes permanent home for sculptures from the St. Jude Hearts of Las Vegas project.
To perform like an Olympian, you have to think like one. Kinesiology professor Gabriele Wulf explains how to change your thoughts to boost your results.
"Gatsby" just won an Oscar for best costumes thanks in part to fashion historian Deirdre Clemente. She was a consultant on the movie's costumes. Here's her thoughts on the traditional rules of fashion, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and dressing your age in Las Vegas.
The former vice president's contributions included creating UNLV's alumni relations program and raising funds for campus projects.
After giving up baseball, alumnus Chad Belding builds an outdoor media company around ducks and dogs.
Tony Sanchez, ’88 BA Political Science, receives association's top honors.
Carefully preserved in UNLV's Wes Niles Herbarium is the history of Southern Nevada through its plants.
What have your fellow UNLV graduates been up to? Read about their latest accomplishments.