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It wasn't a popular decision to tear down Maude Frazier Hall, but the demolition had a silver lining for preservationists.
Don't know how to pronounce Pida Plaza? Or where Doc Rando Hall is? Here's your guide to confusing campus places.
When the real estate market took its toll on Chip Johnson, the 2017 Alumnus of the Year leaned on the relationships he started at UNLV.
The Lee Pascal Rose Garden is ready to bloom. Here's how this beautiful campus spot came to be.
Read about the history of this unique part of campus culture.
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.
Students and community came together to bring Las Vegas its first veterans memorial.
Nestled in the center of campus is a peaceful retreat for visitors. The garden's plants are a showcase for the beauty that thrives in arid climates.
Those solar panels along Flamingo Boulevard actually produce energy for UNLV while helping companies improve their technologies.
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Multimedia: campus landmark
UNLV celebrates the Thomas & Mack Center expansion. Take a look at construction — then and now.
The 1930s Houssels House is UNLV's oldest building, but it wasn't placed on campus until 1983. See photos of the historic home's move from downtown to campus.
Former UNLV president, Donald Baepler, dedicates the Xeric Garden on February 20, 1988.