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UNLV Magazine - Spring 2018
From the practical to the whimsical, we weigh in on the building projects we'd like to see.
The 25-year-old triumph of two UNLV engineering professors and their quest to build the world’s largest flying disc.
UNLV President Len Jessup on the leadership transition.
Two paws up for these grads who share their love of UNLV through the eyes of their sheepadoodles.
Why is our famous sculpture pointed down? Hint: It's not because of air traffic.
Success was in the cards for this Mexican-born illusionist-turned-hospitality student-turned Strip headliner.
UNLV biologist finds nearly 400 genes potentially associated with obesity and other health problems in fruit flies.
UNLV professor uses crime science to head off chaos in public spaces.
Scientific analysis of diamond impurities - known as inclusions - reveal naturally forming ice crystals and point to water-rich regions deep below the Earth's crust.
How a vacation in South Africa, a one-of-its-kind UNLV lab, and pieces of volcanic glass smaller than a grain of salt changed a long-held view of human history.
UNLV research could help assess landing locations and excavation sites for NASA’s 2020 rover mission to Mars.
With partisan gridlock at the higher levels, cities like Las Vegas will be the new leaders in innovative government.
Danny Musovski and Kevin Partida make UNLV soccer history when the San Jose Earthquakes draft them into one class.
Two-time Coach of the Year Yvonne Wade breaks through for UNLV’s first Mountain West indoor track title despite team’s gear being stolen.
Criminal justice student Max Ornelas juggles hitting the books and hitting the heavy bag as a pro boxer.
Athletic trainer Chely Arias’ quick actions on a high school ball field turned a harrowing scene into a happy ending.
Bobbie Barnes, a three-time UNLV graduate and director of the Boughner Career Services Center, offers tips for every stage of your career.
When The Killers wanted to film a video in their hometown this year, they called UNLV grads Chuck Akin and Wes Hirni to guide their way.
We conducted the first comprehensive survey of alumni opinions of UNLV in 10 years. Here’s what we learned.
From the Spring 2018 issue of UNLV Magazine.
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