The College of Southern Nevada unveiled a new women’s softball field last week, the school’s latest move in an ambitious expansion to its athletic department.
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Changes are on the horizon for UNLV as the college tackles a long list of goals for the new academic year, President Len Jessup told the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s editorial board Tuesday.
NextGen Climate Nevada, which aims to educate millennials on climate and the environment, on Tuesday stood in solidarity with University of Nevada, Las Vegas students to support the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
As students returned to campus Tuesday morning, parents at Johnson Junior High School expressed confidence that their children faced no additional threat of exposure after a mercury contamination.
Gov. Brian Sandoval raised the issue of school lunches Tuesday as the state Board of Examiners approved nine contracts between the Nevada Department of Agriculture and vendors worth $16.7 million to provide food for school breakfast and lunch programs.
The state Board of Examiners approved a $511,000 contract expansion Tuesday with a vendor that Nevada is in dispute with over timely reporting of student testing.
UNLV’s business school has tumbled in rank among the nation’s top undergraduate business programs, according to ratings released today by U.S. News & World Report.
Answers to some frequently asked questions about mercury and the risk posed by inhalation of its vapors.
Despite discovering mercury vapor more than 10 to 15 times above federally determined safe levels, the Environmental Protection Agency has cleared Johnson Junior High School to reopen Tuesday.
UNLV’s William S. Boyd School of Law will continue its Voter Education Program 2016 with a series of weekly forums on statewide ballot initiatives beginning Wednesday.