They attended a roundtable discussion with former Democratic congresswoman and gun control advocate Gabby Giffords and her husband Capt. Mark Kelly on Tuesday — the day after the one-year anniversary of the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting on the Las Vegas Strip.
Natalie Bruzda covered higher education for the Las Vegas Review-Journal between April 2016 and October 2018. She came to the Review-Journal after living, studying and working in southwestern Pennsylvania her entire life. She is an alumna of Waynesburg University and West Virginia University, and previously covered education and local government at newspapers in Punxsutawney and Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
The artistic expression was one of many on display Monday during UNLV’s campus remembrance ceremony of the Route 91 Harvest festival on Oct. 1, 2017.
A few weeks after U.S. News and World Report ranked UNLV as one of the most diverse college campuses in the country, another report gave the university average marks for black student access and equity.
The fact that Nevada continually ranks last in the country for education doesn’t scare Rikki Boschetti. Instead, it motivates her.
Word of mouth is the best advertisement for Nevada State College, where news of its affordability and family-feel makes its way to high school seniors and draws them in.
A sticky note with the words, “kill the blacks,” written on the small blue piece of paper was found this week by UNLV students, prompting worries of hostility toward minorities on campus.
UNLV professor Stephen Bates is one of three legal experts who filed a petition in federal court in Washington, D.C., on Friday asking for a decades-old Watergate document to be made public.
In the wake of tumult and in times of challenge, UNLV has always found a way to forge ahead — that was the resounding message behind Acting President Marta Meana’s first state of the university address on Thursday.
But with this approach, some have questioned the necessity of a $57 million library, or “knowledge commons,” as it has been called.
The Nevada Board of Regents on Friday gave the state’s higher education chief a uniformly positive evaluation, and with it, a 3 percent raise.
She graduated from UNLV in 2014, but told the state Board of Regents on Thursday that it was “no easy task,” having endured bouts of both homelessness and hunger throughout her journey.
UNLV and CSN are striving to lower wait times and meet the increased student demand for mental health services on campus.
Lee, 98, a real estate developer and casino owner, died Tuesday at her home in Las Vegas after a brief illness.