Meg Stewart and the iconic blue whale

By Olga Vizcarra   Meg Stewart, a UNLV M.S. graduate in geoscience, stood with just 13 other graduates under the replica of a 94 foot long blue whale at the American Museum of Natural History.   The replica of the marine mammal provided a backdrop for the graduation ceremony of the Richard Gilder Graduate School Masters of Arts in ...Full Article

Artist comes to UNLV for one-time showcase

World-renowned artist Anya Gallaccio showcased some of her most recognized works of art at UNLV on Oct. 15.   Gallaccio’s style is notable for her use of natural objects ...Full Article

Student participation in blood drives is beneficial

Students interested in donating blood had one of their last opportunities to do so this semester on Wednesday.   A United Blood Services Bloodmobile was parked by the CBC ...Full Article

UNLV sweeps basketball opponents

The Runnin’ Rebels dominated the Division II New Mexico Highlands, beating the Cowboys 107-45 at the Thomas & Mack on Nov. 16 as the Rebels showed off their skills ...Full Article

Student rally reveals lurking issues

UPDATE (11/22/15, 5:16 p.m.): Keep Hey Reb! responded to The Rebel Yell and reported that as of now they have collected over 2,000 signatures on their website and had ...Full Article

Law school to host Nevada Court of Appeals

UNLV’s Boyd School of Law will host the Nevada Court of Appeals on Nov. 19 in the Thomas and Mack Moot Court Facility. The event will give students and ...Full Article

UNLV film program increasing in popularity

UNLV offers a diverse list of degree programs, but one in particular is becoming increasingly popular with millennial students: film. “There are so many ways to be involved in ...Full Article

UNLV Center for Gaming Research awards Eadington fellowships

The University Libraries Center for Gaming Research recently selected five graduate students and faculty members from throughout the U.S. to be the 2015-16 Eadington fellows. Eadington fellows actively research ...Full Article

ThinkAbility Fair brings attention to student disability

Last Tuesday, the UNLV ThinkAbility Fair provided students and faculty with information about services provided by the Disability Resource Center (DRC). Founded in 2006 by Clark Hochstettler, a previous ...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
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