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Wednesday, April 2

"Changing Faces and Places: Making Nevada" Exhibit

“Changing Faces and Places: Making Nevada” is the second in a series of three Special Collections exhibits commemorating 150 years of Nevada History. These...

1 Million Cups

1 Million Cups (1MC) is a simple way to engage entrepreneurs in communities around the world. Each week, the 1MC program offers two local entrepreneurs an...

Exhibit: BFA Thesis Show

Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates -- Michelle Laxalt, Lee Stokes and Jessica White -- exhibit their final thesis work. This is the second in a series of two...

Exhibit: Manipulated View

The American West is more than a place or landscape: it’s an idea, a dream and a mythology. From the earliest days of westward expansion to contemporary...

Layne Hansen: Chiral Personalities

Layne Hansen presents a WPSA Conference Paper entitled "Chiral Personalities: An Examination of Personality Among Establishment and Non-Establishment...

English Language Learners Writer’s Workshop Series

The University Writing Center is organizing a writing event series for English Language Learners (ELL). The workshop series is designed to: A) Provide...

Developing a niche: How specializing — and remembering the basics — can help young journalists stand out in a crowded media landscape

Ricardo Lopez, business reporter for the LA Times and Reynolds class of 2011 graduate, will visit the School April 2 – 3. During his time at the University...

 Impaired Driving Awareness Workshop

This event is going to be comprised of several speakers that will give their firsthand testimony about their incredible and tragic experiences with impaired...

Public lecture: “Land of the Buckaroo: Historic Ranches of Western Nevada”

Holly Walton-Buchanan, author of Land of the Buckaroo: Historic Ranches of Western Nevada, will give a free presentation in conjunction with an exhibit at...

Wednesday, April 2

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