UNLV President Don Snyder on how achieving Tier One status will help students, alumni, and the Southern Nevada community.
New supercomputer adds a jolt to UNLV research programs. Find out more about some of the projects that will be tapping into the system's processing power.
Why a broken M&M stapler is an inspiration for the director of UNLV's Disability Resource Center.
Five years after the station returns to campus, its audience keeps expanding and its DJs are landing stellar jobs.
We're celebrating the state's sesquicentennial with some fun facts and insightful observations from UNLV professors.
New study finds no causal relationship between Internet use and problem gambling.
How well did the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program respond to the Great Recession? UNLV and Brookings Institution researchers take unique approach to the analysis.
Psychology professor Brad Donohue strips away the stigma among athletes associated with "mental health."
The new School of Medicine planning dean on changes in health care, access to doctors, and what's needed to improve the health of Southern Nevadans.
4-year-old Hailey Dawson can now practice her pitching and batting thanks to a team of UNLV engineers and affordable 3-D printing technology.
Audrey James was one of the few African Americans in UNLV's earliest classes. Today, the centenarian is still spreading the message that education is a priority.
Obituaries, UNLV Magazine, Fall 2014
When UNLV celebrates its 100th anniversary, students will crack into the time capsule outside the Student Union.
What have your fellow UNLV graduates been up to? Read about their latest accomplishments.