Earth science teacher Megan Krier leaves her classroom once a day to meet with Western High School’s student council in a back room that serves as a graveyard for canceled programs.
Tasha Schwikert and Matt Sheahan each recently won a lucrative $75,000 scholarship from the Las Vegas Business Academy, a nonprofit organization founded by businessman Rino Armeni to graduate students pursuing business, hotel administration and law degrees who are “tuition challenged.”
Reports of students possibly body piercing themselves with non-sterile needles at Spring Valley High School have spurred a health investigation, according a message that Principal Bob Gerye sent to parents Wednesday.
Students at Coronado High School who were tested for tuberculosis Nov. 19 were retested Tuesday after a problem with the original tests.
A Smith College senior from Southern Nevada says she feels “overwhelmed” after becoming the first Rhodes Scholar from the United States in the 143-year history of the prestigious women’s school in Northampton, Mass.
Mere minutes after two Clark County School District officials reached an agreement on Wednesday with the Nevada Commission on Ethics over violations of state law, similar complaints were lodged against two other Clark County School Board members.
Dr. Albert Yu-Min Lin, the principal investigator of an effort to locate the tomb of Genghis Khan, has won the Desert Research Institute’s 2014 Nevada Medal.
UNLV President Neal Smatresk was chosen as the sole finalist for the presidency at the University of North Texas under a closed and highly confidential search.
Roseman University of Health Sciences and the Nevada Cancer Institute Foundation have completed a merger that will reopen the cancer institute building in Las Vegas and could lead to the creation of a medical school at the site by 2017.
A center that will provide resources to businesses opened its doors on Wednesday at the College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus.