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UNLV Adds St. John's Transfer Christian JonesUNLV has gained some frontcourt depth with the addition of St. John's transfer Christian Jones.
UNLV Center Hosting Orlando Club Shooting Victims Vigil TonightA coalition of advocacy groups is organizing a gathering at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, to remember people affected by the shooting that left at least 49 dead at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
University of Phoenix to Open Las Vegas Innovation CenterThe University of Phoenix is planning to open an innovation center in downtown Las Vegas that will offer hands-on learning to visitors.
Squatters Blamed for Fire that Damages 2 Las Vegas HomesA fire official and a neighbor who has to find another place to live are blaming squatters for a blaze that damaged two homes overnight in a neighborhood a few blocks from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
3 Reasons Why Raiders to Vegas Makes SenseWhy relocation is possible for the Oakland Raiders to the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas.
UNLV Football Gets Record $2 Million DonationThe University of Nevada, Las Vegas has received a boost to its football program in the form of $2 million.
Regents Approve Former UNLV Provost for Chancellor PostNevada higher education regents are appointing the former provost of UNLV to replace retiring Chancellor Dan Klaich.
Regents Considering Former UNLV Provost for Chancellor PostNevada higher education regents may appoint the former provost of UNLV to replace retiring Chancellor Dan Klaich.
UNLV Chancellor Continues to Make Money After ResigningUNLV Chancellor Klaich asked to accept early retirement package after being questioned for submitting controversial funding plans.
Menzies Tabs LaFleur, Jeter, Brown to Fill Out UNLV StaffNew UNLV men's basketball coach Marvin Menzies has filled out his staff with three assistant coaches.
Bradshaw Named New CEO Of A Vegas HospitalBradshaw has was serving as COO of Desert Springs Hospital since May 2014.
UNR, UNLV Leaders Want More Guidelines For Cheater PunishmentsLeaders at the two major universities in Nevada don't seem to agree on how to dish out punishment equally and consistently among cheating students.

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