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The Alumni Association is trying to drive up the number of UNLV license plates in Nevada. Here's how the state's very first speciality license plate came to be.
Professor Moses Karakouzian wanted to create a structure that captured the essence of the College of Engineering departments. Here’s how his Cube came to be.
Students send out North Field with party. Check out these photos.
A look back on the events this patch of grass has hosted over the years.
One of our favorite traditions is this annual event to kick off the fall semester in style with music, fireworks, and the lighting up of the UNLV letters.
Weight Watchers founder Jean Nidetch inspired millions to eat healthy and then shared her success by helping thousands of Rebels through the campus women’s center and scholarships.
The Oral History Research Center ensures the stories of yesterday will be here for our community tomorrow.
UNLV’s first mathematics professor reminisces about how he ended up in Las Vegas and helped build the university from the ground up.
Annual campus tradition has raised funds for scholarship while spreading holiday cheer. Here's how it got started and how you can participate this year.
Mike Miller, creator of our Hey Reb! mascot, died in fall 2014. Here's how the Las Vegas artist came to create the mountain man we have today.
Multimedia: UNLV History
A look back at UNLV's earliest Homecoming events.
A closer look at our the symbolic club carried by the grand marshal of the commencement procession.
After UNLV's first building had long outlived its usefulness, it was torn down. But its historical significance was preserved as a memorial to the university's most influential supporters.