Student Organizations

Delta Chi returns to UNLV

By: Merrix Murphy   The UNLV chapter of Delta Chi — the only one in Nevada — will be receiving a new start this semester after its original chapter at UNLV closed in 2011 after several years of dwindling motivation among its members. The original fraternity was established at Cornell university in 1890.   UNLV’s original Delta Chi was ...Full Article

Jessup provides presidential debate updates at town hall

By Joahna Claire   President Len Jessup provided updates on what’s been going on at UNLV last Thursday at his town hall meeting, including possible inconveniences during October’s presidential ...Full Article

UNLV receives invitation to Solar Decathlon 2017

The U.S. Department of Energy recently selected UNLV to compete in its 2017 Solar Decathlon. UNLV will be one of only 16 universities worldwide to have the chance to ...Full Article

New organization created specifically for RSOs

A new organization designed to advocate on behalf of all Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) is starting this semester and may address a disconnect between students and the Office of ...Full Article

Student Engagement Improves with the Help of Research

Contrary to what most people think, UNLV student engagement is on par with other universities’ student activity, like of University of Central Florida, the University of Houston or Arizona ...Full Article

UNLV student campaign aims to combat terrorism

By Ben Dimalibot   A group of UNLV students formed Our State, Our Stand Together Against Terrorism and Extremism, a campaign with the message “I/We Are Human” in light ...Full Article

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 ...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
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