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Over the last 20 years, Suite Deal has grown to become the most popular Annual Giving event at UNLV.

In many ways, Rooman Ahad typifies a working mother with two young children. She gets the kids dressed for school, makes breakfast, packs their lunches and then drives her little ones to preschool or grade school before heading off to work.

At age seven, she was homeless, living in a car with her mother and younger brother. When she was 14, her mother died of alcohol abuse. Her father, in and out of her life, died of a cocaine overdose. The first of her three children was diagnosed with autism.

The 2017 UNLV Annual Giving Spring Mixer was held at Vintner Grill to celebrate the support of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas by alumni and other supporters.

The 14th annual College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame celebration was held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to honor master magician Lance Burton, actor and director Matthew Gray Gubler and legendary stuntman Willie Harris during a cocktail reception, dinner and ceremony.

Diane Chase
Noted archaeologist Diane Chase has been selected as the new executive vice president and provost for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has always had a strong women’s basketball program, and Head Coach Kathy Olivier for the UNLV Lady Rebels basketball team is excited about the current season.

An elegant evening of fine dining, libations and dancing at the Wynn Las Vegas Latour Ballroom.

When University of Nevada, Las Vegas was searching for its next women’s basketball coach—a person that could return the proud program to its place among the nation’s best— former Lady Rebel All-American Kathy Olivier was hired as the eighth full-time head coach in UNLV women’s basketball on April 22, 2008.

It is said the word history is a contraction of “his” and “story,” an accounting of moments and people of significance. While history tends to favor the recollections of men, specifically those of European descent, the histories of minority groups and women have moments of neglect, or worse, commentary that reduces their contributions based largely on the skin color, language, culture or gender.