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Tee Off at Lied Library!

By Michael Yunkin on August 25, 2016 8:23 AM | Permalink

Aug. 31, 3pm to 5pm
​Sept. 1, 2pm to 4pm
Amargosa Room, 1st floor, Lied Library

Tee off your semester by playing mini-golf and other games while you learn about the many free resources from the University Libraries and Academic Success Center. Win prizes, meet other students, enjoy refreshments, and get to know the ins and outs of your research library!

This event is free and open to students.

If you have any special accommodation needs, please call Angela Ayers in the UNLV University Libraries Administration Office at 702-895-2277 or by email in advance.

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UNLV University Libraries
Rosan Mitola

Your Vote, Your Voice: Student Involvement in the Political Process

By Michael Yunkin on August 1, 2016 3:03 PM | Permalink

Your Vote, Your Voice:  Call for Student Panelists image
The UNLV University Libraries and the UNLV Political Science Department present a panel discussion regarding the political process, how voting will impact public policy in Nevada and the topics that will be trending this election season, focusing especially on the Ballot Questions. The audience will receive information about how to access their sample ballot online and how to prepare to vote.

Dave Damore, Political Science professor, and Heidi Johnson, Social Sciences librarian, will moderate the panel. The four student panelists will give presentations about the issues on the ballot, and the moderators will facilitate discussion between the panelists and audience members. The purpose of the event is to educate student voters about the issues, to encourage them to vote and become more politically involved, and to encourage participation in other campus Debate events.