• A film crew records an interview on a campus sidewalk.

    UNLV’s episode of The College Tour features the stories of 20 Rebels and an in-depth look at what it’s like to be a student here.

  • UNLV president Keith Whitfield at podium

    President Keith E. Whitfield emphasizes the ‘joy of learning’ as UNLV plans for future growth, modernizes learning strategies, and strengthens community and business connections.

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Campus News | February 3, 2023

Experiential learning opportunities bring academics to life.

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Campus News | February 2, 2023

YOU @ UNLV brings all of UNLV's mental health resources into one platform, making it easier for students to find the tools they need to maintain their mental and physical wellness.

Moulin Rouge meeting for integration in Las Vegas.
People | February 1, 2023

UNLV director of oral history Claytee White shares Nevada’s diverse history, telling us why ‘Nevada Means Home’ for so many.

Kevin Lee, MD
People | February 1, 2023

Internal medicine resident Kevin Lee appreciates the independence he's experienced during his residency, which has been marked by a tumultuous pandemic.

UNLV Experts In The News

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
February 3, 2023

When you look at the northeast Las Vegas Valley mountain towering over Sunrise Manor, what do you call it? The correct answer is Frenchman Mountain, which may come as a surprise to many locals who call it "Sunrise Mountain."

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 3, 2023

When you look at the mountain in the northeast Las Vegas Valley that towers over Sunrise Manor, what do you call it? The correct answer is Frenchman Mountain, which may come as a surprise to many locals who call it “Sunrise Mountain.”

Nevada Current
February 3, 2023

Back in October, the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV officially opened its first dedicated building, on its 9-acre campus on Shadow Lane in central Las Vegas. It was heralded as the beginning of a new era, the opening of a state-of-the art facility that will allow the medical school to eventually double the size of its graduating classes, anchor future development in the medical field and help address the widespread shortage of healthcare professionals across the state.

Jade Thomas looks up as she prepares for a live news broadcast
Campus News | January 30, 2023

Jade Thomas brings her love of the game to the viewers as part of the student-led broadcast program Rebel Report. 

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Arts and Culture | January 30, 2023

Agnes Evans must put together the pieces of her younger sister's death. What she discovers sends her on a fantastical trip through the mysterious world of Dungeons and Dragons.

Dominic Lavoie holds a phone up to his ear during a news segment on a basketball game.
People | January 30, 2023

Inspired by his love of sports, Dominic Lavoie brings fresh energy to sports journalism.

Teneka Ash takes notes during a broadcast show at a basketball game.
People | January 30, 2023

Senior film major Teneka Ash dives into sports journalism as a member of the Rebel Report team.

Brett Abarbanel standing with arms folded at the Circa sportsbook
Business and Community | January 30, 2023

As more states adopt legal sports betting, International Gaming Institute leader Brett Abarbanel talks regulations, research, and the industry’s changing ‘boys’ club’ reputation.

Recent Accomplishments

Tiffany Lin (Art) contributed illustrations for Wildsam’s latest release on Las Vegas, which launches Friday, February 3. Wildsam publishes field guides for travelers, readers, and the endlessly curious. Inside Wildsam Las Vegas, you'll find city stories from writers past and present; illustrated maps to desert hikes, select gambling spots,…
Associate professor Mehmet Erdem (Hospitality) discusses overhyped and underrated restaurant technologies in HT Hospitality Technology's "2023 Restaurant Industry Outlook." Each year, HT Hospitality Technology interviews restaurant operators, consultants, and academics about technology that can meet evolving goals and customer expectations as well…
Emily Lapworth (Libraries) had her article, "Getting to Know Digital Collections Users," published in the Journal of Western Archives. 
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