Student Organizations

Student Club Helps Build Infrastructure in Developing Countries

The UNLV chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) USA works with organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Opportunity Village, Las Vegas Rescue Mission and Vegas Roots in order to make a difference in the local community. EWB USA is an organization dedicated to connecting developing communities and designing solutions to infrastructure needs. It was founded by University of Colorado Boulder’s ...Full Article

UNLV professors discuss challenges minorities face

By Kaio Akiyama UNLV’s Black Graduate Student Association held its first annual “Diversity, Research and Mentorship Reception” last Friday in the Tam Alumni Center to discuss how diversity can ...Full Article

Take Back the Night promotes social change in 6-day event

UNLV’s Jean Nidetch Women’s Center expanded last week’s annual Take Back the Night to six days instead of one for the first time in the event’s 22-year history. Take ...Full Article

UNLVolunteers to hold fall’s Rebel Service Day

By Natalia Lancellotti UNLV’s Rebel Service Day will take place on Thursday, giving students an opportunity to do community service in Las Vegas. “You can devote those hours to…clean ...Full Article

Involvement Fair showcases student organizations

By Bianca Cseke UNLV has over 250 registered student organizations to choose from. Many of them make appearances at the involvement fair held each semester. This semester’s fair was ...Full Article

Grad students slam for $1000 scholarship

UNLV Masters and Doctoral graduate students have the opportunity to compete for a scholarship and additional prizes in this year’s Rebel Grad Slam: 3 Minute Thesis Competition, sponsored by ...Full Article

Take Back the Night aims to reclaim the UNLV campus as a safer space

Men, women and children from all walks of life filled the Alumni Amphitheater on Oct. 23 from 3-9 p.m. for the 21st annual Take Back the Night event hosted ...Full Article

Student org brings e-sports to UNLV

Over a hundred people sit quietly in a dark CBC-A amphitheater, their attention fixed on a screen at the front of the room. All at once, they begin counting ...Full Article

‘He kept asking me my name’

A student speaks about her sexual assault Amber stood timidly in the middle of the Golden Nugget hotel suite as she struggled to find a sense of familiarity within ...Full Article

Beyond the Binary: What does it mean to be trans on campus?

Jackson Nightshade sits at the front of a small room in the Houssels House, surrounded by five other people, fielding questions from curious students and staff. It’s the Center ...Full Article
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