UNLV

Crime Watch 4/18/16 to 4/24/16

  4/18/16   A student’s white 2000 Honda Civic was stolen while parked on the fourth floor of the Tropicana Parking Garage between 9:55 a.m. and 4:15 p.m.   An attempt was made to steal a student’s white 1995 Honda Civic while it was parked on the third floor of the Tropicana Parking Garage between 8:15 a.m. and 5:45 ...Full Article

UNLV Collegiate DECA wins awards

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 ...Full Article

Engineering students will have chance to make a difference

By: Denise Hernandez   UNLV engineering students will have a chance to bring their creations to life in a competition on May 5.   The 15th annual Fred and ...Full Article

UNLV professor appointed to Nevada Tax Commission

By: Ivan Garcia   Gov. Brian Sandoval appointed UNLV Boyd School of Law Professor Francine Lipman to become part of the Nevada Tax Commission.   She will start immediately ...Full Article

Dress for Success Southern Nevada holds “Shop for Success” Sale

By: Ariana DeCastro   Dress for Success Southern Nevada will hold its semi-annual “Shop for Success” sale at the Westland Fair Shopping Center, 4443 W. Charleston Blvd., on April ...Full Article

Computer labs will get accessible upgrades by fall, director says

    With two computer stations and one laptop at UNLV accessible to students with disabilities, options for these students seem limited on a campus of over 28,000.   ...Full Article

Students: Beware of car theft

  Graphic by Nicole Soto By: Nicole Soto   Double check that your car doors are locked before walking away: UNLV Police say car thefts are at an unusual ...Full Article

When commuters are away, the residents come out to play

By: Ariana DeCastro   After UNLV’s large commuter population leaves, the campus and parking lots look more like the barren desert that surrounds Las Vegas than its claustrophobic city ...Full Article

CSUN to help revitalize outdated emergency phones

      The aging emergency phones on red poles scattered haphazardly around campus will be getting new equipment that is expected to give rhyme to their reason.   ...Full Article

Students not affected by Supreme Court immigration ruling, officials say

    By: Jennifer Hurtado   The U.S. Supreme Court was split during the United States v. Texas case regarding the expansion of President Obama’s executive action plan for ...Full Article
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