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UNLV Center for Academic Enrichment & Outreach programs support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of college degree.
Join this band of swashbuckling buccaneers — combined with a live orchestra — called "opulent... Colorful and inventive" by The New York Times.
Forum Lecture examines the utility of storytelling in short-form video and on social media.
Taking a cue from Gandalf the Grey, this new Honors College faculty-in-residence invites students to say “yes” when life offers unexpected adventures.
Dr. David Orentlicher is examining the intersection between medicine and policy.
First of its kind study looked at UNLV’s 8-Bit team as it readies for Mountain West Showdown against Boise State University.
From first pitches to puck drops, a round-up of what our student-athletes are up to (so far) this spring.
Director of Couple and Family Therapy Program will research intersection of technology and relationships in Austria.
The Washington Post describes the group as performing with "a fire that makes all timeless music forever contemporary."
College esports competition planned for March 8-10 at UNLV in conjunction with Mountain West Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships.
UNLV research could help assess landing locations and excavation sites for NASA’s 2020 rover mission to Mars.
This Department of Dance and School of Music collaboration promises an exciting program of new music and choreography.
A retired master works with UNLV professor on documenting the building of what may be the final instrument of his career.
Drawn to UNLV by the chance to build something from scratch, this video designer looks forward to finding creative ways to showcase the university's people, programs, and achievements.
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On Feb. 6, when Wynn Resorts announced that its founder and CEO Steve Wynn had resigned, it also revealed his successor: Matt Maddox.
Chill. We’re not talking about the candidates.
Nevada has had a few cases head to the U.S. Supreme Court over the years. There was once was a sheriff who requested a passenger list from William Crendall – who said no. And that was the spark that led to Nevada’s first Supreme Court case.
Even as the UNLV’s 8-Bit team is getting ready to hit the ground for the Mountain West Showdown against Boise State University, a scrutiny claiming to be the first of its kind was conducted to examine the variation in Testosterone levels of the players involved. However, the UNLV researchers could not come up with any findings regarding the players of the competitive esports video game League of Legends. The study reports that it did not show any change in Testosterone during gameplay.