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Ana Ley

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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UNLV, WGU to start awarding teaching scholarships

UNLV and Western Governors University soon will start awarding dozens of state-funded scholarships aimed to alleviate Nevada's crippling teacher shortage. → Read More

UNLV, WGU to start awarding teaching scholarships

UNLV and Western Governors University soon will start awarding dozens of state-funded scholarships aimed to alleviate Nevada's crippling teacher shortage. → Read More

UNLV aims to boost weekend course offerings

Sleepy Saturdays at UNLV may soon be a thing of the past as administrators plan to boost weekend class offerings beginning next fall. → Read More

UNLV wants to boost weekend course offerings

Sleepy Saturdays at UNLV may soon be a thing of the past as administrators plan to boost weekend class offerings beginning next fall. → Read More

NSHE considers merging services among colleges, universities

The state's higher education board on Friday pushed a series of proposals to merge services at Nevada's colleges and universities, putting the agency at odds with lawmakers who want to split the system instead. → Read More

Lawmakers consider NSHE breakup as regents talk consolidation

As state lawmakers consider dismantling the Nevada System of Higher Education, the agency's Board of Regents will gather Friday in what some political insiders criticized as a bureaucratic stunt aimed at thwarting reform efforts. → Read More

Marriott foundation pledges $2.5 million for UNLV hotel college building

Marriott International's J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation has pledged to give UNLV's hotel college $2.5 million to help build a new on-campus home. → Read More

UNLV unveils plan to promote final presidential debate

UNLV has unveiled a plan to promote the school's role as host of this year's final presidential debate, an event that will catapult Las Vegas into the national spotlight weeks ahead of November's general election. → Read More

Construction kicks off for UNLV's $18-million parking garage

Construction begins this week for a seven-story garage near UNLV that will contain about 630 additional parking spaces for the school, boosting its capacity to house vehicles by 5 percent. → Read More

WGU Nevada to give $32,000 in scholarships to Latin Chamber members

The newly formed Western Governors University Nevada plans to give $32,000 in scholarships to members of the Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce. → Read More

2,000 winter graduates take the stage at UNLV

When Kiran Mathew received her UNLV diploma Tuesday, the newly minted college graduate already had a resume stuffed with professional achievements. → Read More

Las Vegas trade school gives grads an edge on wedding planning

A lavish new wedding exhibit greets guests at The International School of Hospitality in southeast Las Vegas, where crystals, roses and silk linens adorn a set of party-ready tables just past the main lobby. → Read More

Budget woes prompt cuts at CSN, affecting tutoring during finals week

Facing a slashed budget and the need to trim spending by $1.8 million this academic year, the College of Southern Nevada has introduced sweeping cost-cutting measures as school leaders prepare to ask for more money from the state next month. → Read More

Vote on UNLV radio station takeover stalled

UNLV administrators on Friday stalled a proposal to hand the school's radio station to Nevada Public Radio after more than a dozen students, volunteers and listeners decried the deal before a panel of state education officials. → Read More

Changes coming for UNLV's troubled journalism school

UNLV soon will finish a plan to overhaul its beleaguered journalism school. Administrators told state higher education officials Thursday that big changes are coming for the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies. → Read More

UNLV official: Hey Reb! mascot, Rebel nickname not tied to Confederacy

Neither UNLV's Rebel nickname nor its Hey Reb! mascot have ties to the pro-slavery Confederate Army, according to a report released Monday by the university. → Read More

UNLV diversity chief: Hey Reb! mascot, Rebel nickname not tied to Confederacy

Neither UNLV's Rebel nickname nor its Hey Reb! mascot have ties to the Confederacy, according to a report released Monday by the university. → Read More

UNLV club entertains crowds with lightsaber duels — VIDEO

Each Monday, the warriors gather, armed and ready for combat at UNLV. → Read More

UNLV students confront administrators with diversity demands

Reacting to nationwide protests on university campuses over perceived racial bias, more than 200 UNLV students and faculty gathered Tuesday to confront administrators with a litany of demands aimed at bolstering the school's multiculturalism efforts. → Read More

UNLV students confront administrators with diversity demands

Reacting to nationwide protests on university campuses over perceived racial bias, more than 200 UNLV students and faculty gathered Tuesday to confront administrators with a litany of demands aimed at bolstering the school's multiculturalism efforts. → Read More