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A montage of life at Nevada snippets, including a Nevada football game, students cheering at Mackay Stadium, students working in a lab, researchers and students conducting research at Lake Tahoe, Nevada Women's soccer, and students enjoying recreational activities and events.

Nevada football players and cheerleaders take the field at Mackay Stadium, while cheerleaders lead the way while holding Nevada banners.

February is Black History Month, which provides all members of The Wolf Pack Family an opportunity to celebrate the heritage, achievements and cultural contributions of Black communities here on our campus and beyond. We are especially proud of the accomplishments and contributions that Black students, faculty, staff and alumni make each and every day in furthering our University’s mission.

—President Brian Sandoval

Celebrating Black History Month

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The latest from Nevada Today

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Healthy Minds Study: understanding mental health on campus

The Healthy Minds Study survey will be sent out to students on Feb. 20, 2024

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The Reynolds School pilots mentorship program with local professionals

Currently open to freshman, the Reynolds School’s Journalism Writing Center provides one-on-one coaching for journalistic writing assignments

Myisha Cerry headshot.

Northern Nevada Diversity Summit to be held at University of Nevada, Reno on Feb. 22

This year’s theme is “Critical, Constructive, and Courageous Conversations”

Countdown to 150 Years: 1874-2024

Founded in 1874, Nevada is commemorating the events and people, like Wolf Pack legend Otis Burrell, that have shaped its transformative history. The year-long celebratory countdown started October 12, 2023.

Celebrate our amazing history

A Wolf Pack legend

Otis Burrell was a two-time All-American and four-time NCAA high-jump champion, won a silver medal at the 1967 Pan-American Games and was inducted into the Wolf Pack Hall of Fame in 1978.

Photo of the Nevada 400-yard relay track team, including Houston Williamson, Phil Henrickson, Otis Burrell, and Vic Simmons. To the right is a separate picture of Otis Burrell, with a caption that reads "High Jumps - High Hurdles."

University of Nevada, Reno's 150th Anniversary Logo