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UNLV Jazz Ensemble I heads this weekend to perform at the Monterey Jazz Festival as winners of the 2017 Next Generation Jazz Festival.
UNLV research efforts have consistently grown over its 60-year life span, setting us on track to someday becoming one of the premier research universities in the nation.
UNLV moves from second to a three-way tie for first in annual rankings for "Best Ethnic Diversity.”
New name reflects changes in the industry, but continues to honor namesake William F. Harrah.
Always up for expanding her skills, this UNLV Libraries employee is hoping to resume the bagpipe lessons she suspended when moving to Nevada.
In week two of the fall semester, Rebels are discovering the science behind flies and scorpions, setting goals on the dance floor, and taking to the ice.
As both a graduate and a history professor, Michael Green has watched UNLV’s growth with some awe. It’s future, he says, will be all the more astonishing.
How can UNLV help our researchers soar? Mary Croughan isn’t afraid to ask the question, listen for the answer, and take action.
Forum lecture will examine the rhetoric of the Mob Museum, both within the exhibits, and in its broader context in the Las Vegas community.
President Jessup’s annual State of the U Sept. 14 will celebrate UNLV’s past, present, and future; student-led 60th Birthday Party is Sept. 12.
Learn from UNLV students who just landed prestigious scholarships to study in Asia, Central America, and Europe.
Student DJs curated a Back to UNLV Spotify list to impart some advice.
President Jessup reaffirms UNLV's core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
UNLV In The News
Brothels are legal in Nevada, but only in counties with populations of fewer than 450,000. But could a move by Dennis Hof, who owns the Moonlite Bunny Ranch and six more brothels, lead to more acceptance of brothels?
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas 2017 Solar Decathlon team will be building an age-in-place home that both echoes back to Vegas’ mid-century modern home style and looks to the future of sustainable housing.
As you float down the Colorado River from Glen Canyon Dam to Lake Mead you may not realize that river right, the north side of the river, is owned and managed by the National Park Service and river left is managed by several groups including the Hualapai and Havasupai Indian nations.
The UNLV Harry Reid Research & Technology Park in the southwest valley appears ready to begin construction on a new building. Representatives of the Gardner Co., a Utah-based developer that signed onto the project northeast of Sunset Road and Durango Drive last year, said work should begin before the end of the year.
Lynn Comella had been attending the annual adult video convention in Las Vegas for years, but she remembers the 2008 event as being unusual.
Students on UNLV's Team Las Vegas will vie to defend their title — first in the United States and second in the world — in the international 2017 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon next month.
UNLV is the first major university to offer an academic course and lab centered on esports.
When was the last time someone came to your door to ask you not to do something? If the answer is never, wait for a Nevada Democrat to show up.
In his State of the University address, UNLV President Len Jessup reflected on the school’s history as it celebrates its 60th anniversary, before turning his attention to projects on the horizon.
UNLV law students banded together to help valley dreamers. Last week, President Donald Trump announced plans to rescind the DACA program. That would put 13,000 Nevadans, who moved to the United States as children at risk for deportation.
Hailey Dawson’s quest to throw out the first pitch at every major-league baseball park now will include a toss at the World Series.
In 1955, Las Vegas high school seniors went door to door asking people to donate to a budding idea: a university in southern Nevada. Supporters of the initiative turned on their porch lights.
Las Vegan Hailey Dawson, who has captured hearts by throwing out ceremonial first pitches at baseball games despite missing much of her right hand, will perform the same duty before Game 4 of this year’s World Series on Oct. 28.
Recalling UNLV’s golden days when her husband, Jerry Tarkanian, coached the Rebels to a national basketball title, Las Vegas Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian said Tuesday that the community should be as thrilled by what the university has planned in the coming years.
Construction noise on UNLV’s campus won’t be winding down anytime soon. University President Len Jessup outlined a number of projects — some recently completed and others in progress or soon to launch — during his keynote speech Tuesday morning at the Nevada Economic Development Conference.