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How Juneteenth Came to Vegas

Tyler D. Parry, an associate professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at UNLV, will share the history of the Juneteenth holiday and its broader importance within the United

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History of Juneteenth

Tyler D. Parry, an associate professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at UNLV, will share the history of the Juneteenth holiday and its broader importance within the United

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Neon Lit: Thesis Reading

This final reading of the school year showcases UNLV’s graduating PhD and MFA students, which include Krista Diamond, Xiaoqiu Qiu, Oona Robertson, Ucheoma Ontwuteube, Charlie Bartlett, and more. The List

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Witness Magazine launch party

Witness, a literary magazine published at UNLV, launches its spring issue — theme: “Crush” — with an evening of readings featuring special guest Hannah Olabosibe Eko. Co-presented by Neon Lit.

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Reading by Sheila Bock

Bock, an associate professor in UNLV’s department of Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies, will read from her recent book about customized graduation caps, “Claiming Space: Performing the Personal through Decorated

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Lux Aeterna: UNLV Choir

The UNLV Choral Ensembles present the choral cycle Lux Aeterna by contemporary American composer Morten Lauridsen. Latin for Eternal Light, the composer describes the cycle as a quiet meditation on

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