Elsie Crabtree made headlines for her fashion faux pas

9/2/2015 - By: Jena Valenzuela

A University Marching Band Drum Majorette began a stir for revealing too much in 1939.

Game-day parking and traffic information

9/2/2015 - By: Staff Report

More than 20,000 fans expected for Wolf Pack Football game vs. UC Davis Aggies.

Fundraising support strikes up the band

9/1/2015 - By: Natalie Savidge

Marching Band grows in sound and numbers, just in time for the season's first Wolf Pack game.

Nevada Radon Poster Contest open to students, offers cash prizes

9/1/2015 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension invites Nevada students to showcase their artistic talents and promote radon awareness by entering the Nevada Radon Poster Contest.

Cooperative Extension offers workshop for small-scale poultry owners

8/31/2015 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension’s Herds and Harvest Program is offering a small-scale poultry class Sept. 17 to help poultry owners get a good start and maintain a healthy flock.

Yazzie is August Employee of the Month

8/31/2015 - By: Staff Report

Painter consistently goes extra mile in her work

Balloon Race Scholarship Committee to hold drawing on Sept. 9

8/28/2015 - By: Staff Report

Drawing to help fund two annual student scholarships

Emergency responders to learn about, explore uses of autonomous vehicles

8/27/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

The first-ever symposium on the uses of autonomous systems and vehicles for emergency first responders is being hosted by the University of Nevada, Reno Sept. 14-16.

Up in smoke: Tobacco-free initiative lights up campus

8/26/2015 - By: Kathie Taylor

Aug. 1 marked the first official day of the University’s tobacco-free campus program.

A catastrophic fire could undo decades of protecting Lake Tahoe

8/25/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

The College of Science's Nevada Seismological Laboratory has piggybacked a series of nine high-definition and mountaintop cameras onto a portion of the lab’s statewide earthquake monitoring network at Lake Tahoe.

Tesla’s JB Straubel to speak about Nevada’s clean energy future

8/25/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

JB Straubel, co-founder and chief technical officer of Tesla Motors will speak at the annual College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series Oct. 11, 2015.

Johnny Mathis revisits campus and his Nevada track-and-field record

8/22/2015 - By: Jane Tors

Before his legendary entertainment career, singer once held the Nevada high-jump record.

The wisdom of the pack is the wolf, and the wisdom of the wolf is the pack

8/21/2015 - By: Kathie Taylor and John Trent

Opening ceremony welcomes new students, passes on advice from upperclassman, graduates.

Professor signing newest book about black crime fiction

8/21/2015 - By: Matthew Ravaglioli

Justin Gifford’s work shows how notorious pimp and author Iceberg Slim helped shape contemporary American culture.

New on-campus courts on tap for Wolf Pack tennis teams

8/20/2015 - By: Chad Hartley

Six new courts to be constructed this fall.

7 important safety tips and traffic information for move-in day

8/19/2015 - By: Kathie Taylor

Motorists are advised that foot traffic increases with the start of the 2015 fall semester.

What you need to know about getting around on and beyond campus

8/19/2015 - By: John Seelmeyer

Campus Escort, PACKTransit, the Wolf Pass and more; the University offers and encourages green, alternative transportation options.

Provost announces allocation of 60 new faculty positions

8/19/2015 - By: Staff Report

60 new faculty positions will help University "cluster" expertise in key research and teaching areas

Welcome Back 2015

8/19/2015 - By: John Trent

With a new academic year looming, the campus scurries into readiness.

Cooperative Extension’s ‘Grow Your Own, Nevada!’ classes return in September

8/18/2015 - By: Tiffany Kozsan

Cooperative Extension is offering eight new “Grow Your Own, Nevada!” classes at nine locations statewide to help Nevadans who want to get on a path to more sustainable, local, healthy living by growing more of their own food.

Boot camp gives new students perspective on college life: it’s not grade 13

8/18/2015 - By: Kathie Taylor

NevadaFIT, the University of Nevada, Reno’s premiere residential academic preparation program for incoming freshmen students, gives incoming freshman an up-close and personal look at what it means to be a college student.

Earthquake activity in far northwest Nevada continues

8/14/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

College of Science seismologists are monitoring the year-long swarm of earthquakes that continue in and around the Sheldon Wildlife Refuge in far northwest Nevada.

Stewart named director of Assistive Technology

8/14/2015 - By: Staff Report

Position will help University with Electronic Information Technology Plan development and implementation

Electrofishing project provides fish fillets to local charity

8/13/2015 - By: Mike Wolterbeek

With 51,000 fish harvested in a 3-year pilot program to rid Lake Tahoe of invasive fish, scientists found a way to put the fish to good use.

First 'Campus Conversations' set for Sept. 21

8/13/2015 - By: Staff Report

Fall semester to feature three 'Conversations'; first to focus on online education