The parent company of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in America has announced that it plans to phase out operations, and Jan. 4 will be the last day students can enroll.
UNLV student Naweed Yusufzai stood blindfolded on a walkway at UNLV to promote acceptance, love, and trust for one another as a Muslim through hugs on Friday.
Each Monday, the warriors gather, armed and ready for combat at UNLV.
It was April of his freshman year. Ben Yeager woke up on a couch in a dark basement not sure where he was and how and when he got there, he wrote in a powerful personal essay for The Washington Post.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy visited the Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday on the first stop of his national campaign to promote walking and walkable communities.
Like many who struggle to find student-friendly housing options near the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, recent graduate Drew Brunson once endured tedious commutes that made it difficult to socialize outside class.
When it comes to talking about the major events that impact a child’s life, parents and teachers sometimes fail. And that lack of communication could hinder a student’s success.
Bailey Lamonte is ready to start college, something her parents never thought possible.
Las Vegas’ reputation as a market in demand for computer software programmers and tech workers is getting around, so Eric Dodds figured Las Vegas was fertile ground to launch a new academy to teach software coding.
Nothing quite stresses out students and parents about the beginning of the school year as the return to homework, which for many households means nightly battles centered around completing after-school assignments.