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KUNV is located at the corner of Maryland Parkway and University Road in Greenspun Hall on the campus of UNLV. This is the Southeast corner of the UNLV campus. The UNLV Bookstore (BKS) and Student Union (SU) are located in the same area. Please note that the doors along Maryland Parkway are locked. Visitors to the station must enter the building from the North entrance, closest to the student union, and proceed along the ground floor to the north side of the building. Look for signs pointing to the KUNV and UNLV-TV studios.
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In addition to KUNV radio, Greenspun Hall is home to UNLV's College of Urban Affairs, the Brookings West Institute, the Lincy Foundation and the School of Journalism and Media Studies. At 120,000 square feet, the five-story building includes, a broadcast-friendly 200-seat auditorium, high-definition (HD) television studios and post-production facilities, student media laboratories and classrooms, and faculty offices.ABOUT THE GREENSPUN FAMILY
Inspired by the storied life of former publisher and journalist Hank Greenspun, the Greenspun family donated 40 percent of the building cost as part of a private-public partnership with the State of Nevada. This was the family's third donation to UNLV, each given to honor Hank Greenpsuns legacy as founder of the Las Vegas Sun newspaper and as one of Nevada's most prominent media professionals. The family's express desire was to create a technologically sophisticated facility to prepare a new generation of multimedia journalists for the local community and beyond. At ground breaking ceremony in 2007, the Greenspun Corporation Chief Executive Officer Brian Greenspun described his family's third gift to UNLV as the latest step on our journey to build a better community".REAFFIRMATION OF COMMITMENT TO EQUAL EDUCATIONAL AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
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