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UNLV Magazine - Fall 2017
The emerging tradition of DIY decorated mortarboards offers professor insight into current day culture.
UNLV President Len Jessup on the spirit our campus fosters.
From Police Services to workers at the Thomas & Mack, to students and counselors, UNLV was a front-line safe haven for victims and survivors.
Addy Guida’s battle with cancer as a student-athlete inspired a new career path in medicine.
Longtime employee Minnie Epps named to Aramark's prestigious 2017 Ring of Stars.
UNLV students help find the friendliest facilities for the travelers with mobility limitations in Las Vegas.
UNLV College of Engineering teams up with a baseball-loving 7-year-old to raise awareness for a rare condition. Here's how you can be part of the team for other kids who need "Robohands."
Among our campus' more than 4,300 trees are 10 specimens that stand above all others in Nevada.
Paul Dzerk came to UNLV three decades ago to transform the dusty campus into the arboretum it is today.
As athletics director takes stock of UNLV's programs, she lays down the roadmap to the future.
Dick Calvert has been behind the mic for most of school’s history.
The women's soccer standout may forget her cleats when she goes on the road, but she wouldn't be caught without Netflix access to watch "Peaky Blinders."
Economics researchers capitalize on the dynamics wildfire to prove infants’ proximity to smoke pollution while in utero affects birthweight.
Nursing professor Jay Tan uses pharmacogenetics to unlock the medications and dosages that work for a patient's individual genetic makeup.
Researchers investigate the environmental footprint of solar facilities to guide future design.
Undergrad Alexis Hilts will present her honors thesis at the American Psychological Association's national conference.
UNLV undergraduate and NASA intern Amber Turner shares her remarkable research journey, which may someday lead to human civilizations on other planets.
Professor Lynn Comella on the adult store industry, a highly profitable segment of popular culture that scholars and policymakers know surprisingly little about.
As the new leader of alumni engagement amps up the power of 115,000 alumni, Chad Warren wants feedback from Rebels around the world.
From a campus proposal under UNLV's "kissing tree" to a medical crisis — how alumni Matthew and Laura Cutler have handled it all.
UNLV alumnus Tony Canepa turns his illustration skills toward UNLV's history.
UNLV alumna blings out a commemorative graduation cap for the cover of UNLV Magazine.
New name reflects changes in the industry, but continues to honor namesake William F. Harrah.