The action comes as the university sues an architectural firm after finding that dozens of wheelchair seats did not meet federal disability standards after renovations.
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents Friday approved a proposal to allow Nevada State College to raise its GPA requirement for admission.
The male student who brought the gun to Desert Rose High School was only cited for disorderly conduct, as the BB gun was broken and did not meet the definition of a firearm.
An investigation by the state fire marshal concluded that an explosion in a faulty boiler in a dorm basement severed a natural gas line, triggering a larger, second explosion.
A new proposal for the busy Tropicana Avenue and Swenson Street intersection would send drivers underground near UNLV.
The teachers union and Clark County School Board are expected to vote on a new two-year contract for teachers next week, ending a contentious battle over a pay raise that could have led to a teacher’s strike.
Lied Library renovation turns 3,500 square feet of old offices and storage areas into studio pods with equipment like 3D printers, podcasting gear — even a sewing machine.
A College of Southern Nevada student who was arrested Aug. 28 told police he worked for a rifle manufacturer.
Silver State now ranks ahead of New Mexico in annual rankings by Education Week, but state education officials say that move up made Nevada the fastest-improving state.
The money will be used to establish a rare books curator and build on the collection donated by alumna Beverly Rogers.
The swastika was discovered in a 17th-floor stairwell of the school’s new dorm at the Circus Circus casino, but it could have been there before students arrived.
Despite growing concern that an economic downturn may be near, Nevada Treasurer Zachary Conine says there’s no reason would-be students should put off higher education.
Three Nevadans shared with the Review-Journal their approaches to graduating debt-free, and the challenges and limitations of each.
Since fiscal year 2006, the county’s Department of Air Quality has transferred more than $7.3 million in air quality penalty funds to the Clark County School District.
The fight between two students at Spring Valley High started on the quad and drew a large crowd, prompting officers to fire pepper spray and triggering a lockdown.