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Jessup outlines plan to achieve Top Tier status

UNLV President Len Jessup detailed his plan to achieve Top Tier status during his State of the University address last Thursday. The plan includes five areas of focus that the university must improve on: scholarly activities, student achievement, establishing an academic health center, building partnerships with the community and improving internal operations. “Top Tier means that you need to ...Full Article

RAJ rededicated, departments relocated to suit UNLV’s expansion

The James E. Rogers Center for Administration and Justice was rededicated on Thursday as the Beverly Rogers Literature and Law Building (RLL). Located across from the Alta Ham Fine ...Full Article

Credit Card Convenience Fee Proposed

Students may soon have another fee to consider on top of tuition and registration costs. If a June 2015 proposal from Controller Chris Viton passes, all tuition payments made ...Full Article

Guest astrophysicist lectures on “Brilliant Blunders”

Even famous scientists like Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin and Linus Pauling made mistakes — and scientific progress may not have been possible without these miscalculations. That’s the message Dr. ...Full Article

10 Questions With CSUN President Kanani Espinoza

UNLV’s undergraduate student government, CSUN, has been working on several projects in the past year and has even more in the works. It can be challenging to keep up ...Full Article

80s Chippendale forges new path at UNLV

By Blaze Lovell It’s noon on a Saturday in Los Angeles, 1986, and Peter Stefanou has just awoken with a bottle of alcohol still churning in his stomach. In ...Full Article

Plagiarism allegations directed at NSHE regent

By Blaze Lovell The Las Vegas Review-Journal recently published an article regarding an allegedly plagiarised section of a NSHE regent’s doctoral dissertation. Jason Geddes, NSHE district 11 regent and ...Full Article

UNLV among most diverse schools in the nation

By Bianca Cseke UNLV ranked second nationally for undergraduate student diversity in a list from U.S. News & World Report last Wednesday. The annual Best Ethnic Diversity list recognizes ...Full Article

UNLV partners with Center for Brain Health for disease research

UNLV is joining forces with the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health to form Southern Nevada’s first Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE). The National Institute of ...Full Article

UNLV jazz celebrates by holding concert

By Melissa Ayala Jazz Ensemble I and Latin Jazz will hold a concert at 2 p.m., Sept. 20 in Artemus Ham Concert Hall to celebrate their new CD release, ...Full Article
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