College of Liberal Arts News
The College of Liberal Arts cultivates an environment of learning and discovery. Many professors and students are recognizing for their scholarly and creative endeavors.
11/23/2015 • John Seelmeyer and Jane Tors
Campus exhibits explore a series of perspectives, from historic context to contemporary art.
11/19/2015 • Lindsay Honaker
Lenz family continues to make a musical mark on the University and Reno area
11/3/2015 • John Trent and Natalie Savidge
University celebrates 40 years of Basque publishing, renames Center and library.
10/29/2015 • Lindsay Honaker
Scholars from Argentina are welcomed to the University campus to educate students on the importance of cultural education and inclusion.
10/27/2015 • John Trent
Emeritus History Professor Davies takes lectern for perhaps the final time
10/22/2015 • Staff Report
Students traveled to Silicon Valley for Voto Latino Power Summit, meeting students and leaders from across the nation.
10/21/2015 • Lindsay Honaker
James Winn debuts his very own Concerto, continues to contribute to the booming art culture at the University.
9/29/2015 • John Trent
Tim Jones served as director of University Arts, KUNR station manager, during versatile career at the University
9/2/2015 • Jena Valenzuela
A University Marching Band Drum Majorette began a stir for revealing too much in 1939.
9/1/2015 • Natalie Savidge
Marching Band grows in sound and numbers, just in time for the season's first Wolf Pack game.
8/21/2015 • Matthew Ravaglioli
Justin Gifford’s work shows how notorious pimp and author Iceberg Slim helped shape contemporary American culture.
8/6/2015 • Annie Conway
University adds programs ranging from cyber security minor to graduate programs in neuroscience