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UNLV Libraries Will Digitize Old Records, Newspapers

UNLV Libraries Will Digitize Old Records, NewspapersBy Kristin SImmons | September 17, 2017 UNLV Libraries will be digitizing old Las Vegas records for the Special Collections and Archives after the Commission for the Las Vegas Centennial gave them two grants

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UNLV Wants to Train 300 Caregivers With New Program

UNLV Wants to Train 300 Caregivers With New Program By Bianca Cseke | August 27, 2017 UNLV Continuing Education partnered with Truckee Meadows Community College and Nevada’s Apprenticeship Project to help address the rising demand for caregivers for Nevada’s senior

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University of Arizona’s executive now UNLV’s finance VP

University of Arizona’s Executive Now UNLV’s Finance VP By Bianca Cseke | August 27, 2017 UNLV hired a new senior vice president of finance and business after Gerry Bomotti’s resignation in July.   Jean Vock will take over the position,

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Honors College hosts third annual Friendsgiving feast

Honors College hosts third annual Friendsgiving feastBy Jen Chiang | November 28th, 2016 While Thanksgiving is meant to be a holiday in which individuals express their gratitude to their family and friends, it may be difficult for residential students to

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UNLV School of Medicine paves the way in anatomy education

UNLV School of Medicine paves the way in anatomy educationBy Denise Hernandez | November 28th, 2016 A trademark of medical school and a rite of passage for medical students has always been the use and dissection of cadavers for the

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Students and faculty members may get the chance to fly in Zero Gravity

Students and faculty members may get the chance to fly in Zero GravityBy Denise Hernandez | October 10th, 2016 A local entrepreneur is in the lead to offer a Zero Gravity flight to a random UNLV student or faculty member

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City Council meeting reveals new city logo

City Council meeting reveals new city logoBy Jen Chiang | October 10th, 2016 At the meeting on Oct. 5, the Las Vegas City Council revealed the new logo for the city of Las Vegas. The new logo, which hadn’t been

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UNLV digitized project to commemorate Frontier Strike

UNLV digitized project to commemorate Frontier StrikeBy Jen Chiang | October 10th, 2016 In honor of the Frontier Strike’s 25th anniversary, the UNLV University Libraries and the Culinary Workers Union are collaborating on a digitized project that will preserve and

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UNLV Collegiate DECA wins awards

UNLV Collegiate DECA wins awardsBy: Ariana DeCastro | April 25th, 2016 By: Ariana DeCastro   UNLV Collegiate DECA brought home several awards from the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) held in Washington, D.C. last week.   Seven undergraduates attended the

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Engineering students will have chance to make a difference

Engineering students will have chance to make a differenceBy: Denise Hernandez | April 25th, 2016 UNLV engineering students will have a chance to bring their creations to life in a competition on May 5.   The 15th annual Fred and

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