Story | 3/19/2018

In a comeback for the ages, Wolf Pack rallies from 22 points down to advance to Sweet 16 for first time since 2004

Story | 3/17/2018

Wolf Pack rallies from 14-point second half deficit to post first NCAA Tounament win since 2007

Story | 3/16/2018

Zabarte is Principal Man for the Western Bands of the Shoshone Nation, a member of the Native American Action Council and member of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Yucca Mountain Licensing Support Network Advisory Review Panel

Story | 3/16/2018

Performing Arts Series continues with April 3 concert

Story | 3/15/2018

Cooperative Extension series helps ag producers and small-acreage owners optimize their land use

Story | 3/15/2018

College of Science leads efforts to bring internet to the wilderness for hazard monitoring

Story | 3/15/2018

Lecture in Glick Ballrooms to feature former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid and former Secretary of State John Kerry

Announcement | 3/14/2018

A contractor will update the elevator safety controls for the passenger elevators in the Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex. -Each bank of elevators in Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex will be out of service for approximately 4 hours during this timeframe. One bank of elevators will remain operational at all times. -ADA accessibility to the Parking Complex will be maintained for the duration of the work. -The contractor will have notices posted at the elevator call buttons on each floor alerting that maintenance is being performed at that time. -Intermittent noise and odors can be anticipated with this work. -In order to access all floors of the Parking Complex, please use the available elevators on the opposite side (north and south) of where the elevator work is occurring in the parking complex. -Please exercise caution when in the vicinity of maintenance crews and equipment. -Please follow all posted signage and do not enter coned-off or barricaded work areas. Thank you for your patience as we perform this maintenance work. To report a Facilities emergency, call 775-784-8020.

Story | 3/14/2018

Researchers seek volunteer weather observers

Announcement | 3/13/2018

As part of the ongoing electrical infrastructure project, a contractor will install new 25kV electrical cables at various utility vaults. To complete this work, multiple buildings will be without utility power or will have limited electrical services for the duration of the shutdown. -Clark Administration, Frandsen Humanities, Great Basin Hall, Thompson Building and Virginia Street Gym: no utility power for the duration of the shutdown. -Davidson Academy, Jot Travis Building, Juniper Hall, Lincoln Hall and Manzanita Hall: minimal lighting will be connected to the building generator. -Temporary power will be connected to the Overlook Café food service coolers and Residential Life server room in Jot Travis. -All of these buildings will be without heating for the duration of the shutdown resulting in cooler than normal office temperatures. -Please avoid scheduling activities during the shutdown period. -Turn off all computers and all other sensitive equipment prior to the shutdown time. -In the event that the temperature in a building becomes too cold or too hot, please contact the Facilities Service Center at 784-8020. Thank you for your patience as we upgrade the electrical system.

Story | 3/13/2018

Wolf Pack women to meet UC Irvine on Thursday at Lawlor in WBI

Blog | 3/13/2018

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