Art & Entertainment


‘Unsettled Terrain’ Art Exhibit for Unsettled Times

By Tinete Williams   Two artists came together for an unusual art exhibition titled “Unsettled Terrain” housed at College of Southern Nevada’s Fine Arts Gallery. Taryn McMahon and Ellie Honl … [Read More...]


Art Exhibit ‘Comedie’: Not so Much about Comedy

By Sierra Akana Shelby Shadwell’s exhibit “Comedie” at the College of Southern Nevada attempts to explore his greatest fears. Shadwell is an unusual artist who transforms canvasses with charcoal … [Read More...]



If You Build it They Will Come

By Samantha Fry New softball field on College of Southern Nevada’s Henderson campus opened for fall training. “The field itself features state-of-the-art synthetic turf that allows us to play all year round,” said Dexter Irvin, director of athletics and recreation for CSN. “It’s also significant … [Read More...]


Fall Training Starts for Coyote Baseball

By Lydia Vazquez College of Southern Nevada’s baseball team is currently training for a strong upcoming season. There are 38 athletes competing to fill approximately 30 spots on the team for spring, according to Head Baseball Coach Nick Garritano. “They have 20 games in the fall to compete to see … [Read More...]

Science & Technology


Planets and Stars Make for Spectacular Shows

By Anthony Mulholland College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus is home to one of two planetariums in the State. It requires a hefty investment to bring in shows and equipment but the students and community benefit from it. “I enjoy letting people find out about our solar system and the universe and the kinds of […]


NASA Found Liquid Flowing Water on Mars

  By Nancy MonsayNASA just received key evidence about potential life on Mars with its recent discovery of a life-sustaining resource on the red planet: water. According to NASA’s website, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter provided the strongest evidence yet that liquid water flows on Mars occasionally depending on time of day, temperature and season. The […]



CSN Welcomes Displaced Students from ITT Shutdown

By Heidy Fernandez   Abrupt closing of ITT Technical Institute leaves displaced students searching for next steps. “On Sept. 6, 2016, officials representing ITT Technical Institute, falling under the ownership of ITT Educational Services … [Read More...]


Textbook Costs Soar: Professors Consider Lesser-Expensive Options

By Joaquin Mojica Costs for textbooks have nearly doubled in the past 10 years. Some professors consider expenses for books to ease burden on students. U.S. Government Accountability Office, empowered by Congress’ Higher Education Opportunity Act … [Read More...]



MobileSAFETY app

By Dakota Hallaway New safety app launched at College of Southern Nevada to ensure critical information and security options are available for students, faculty and staff. MobileSAFETY app, which … [Read More...]


Campus Name Change

By Torya Moore College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus recently had its name changed to North Las Vegas campus. City of North Las Vegas’ Mayor John Lee along with CSN’s President Michael … [Read More...]


Unisex Bathrooms are Important

By Courtney Downs Unisex bathrooms are available for transgender students at College of Southern Nevada. A unisex bathroom, which has one toilet in its own room, is available for use by male, female … [Read More...]


Dean Adlish Helps Treat Patients with Tropical Diseases in Peru

By Iginio Hernandez Treating tropical diseases in the Amazon is a passion of John Adlish, a dean at College of Southern Nevada, who spent the past decade helping patients in Peru. Adlish spoke about … [Read More...]


Club on Campus Advocates Safe Sex

By Agnes Ndaba Gender and Sexuality Alliance, a student club on campus, plans to distribute safe-sex kits. GSA is a club aimed at providing socialization, support and advocacy for students who are … [Read More...]



Free to Be Herself

By Tamara Tindugan Coming out was a freeing experience for College of Southern Nevada English Professor Patricia Vazquez. When Vazquez was a young girl she considered herself a tomboy and was interested in things most girls her age were not. She flourished in her fantasy life of worldly travels and art. “I would post all kinds of pictures of where I wanted to go: Greece, France, Italy and Machu … [Read More...]


Jabbawockeez Hip-Hop Dancer Studies by Day and Performs by Night

By Christopher Kilkenny Justin Emanuel, College of Southern Nevada student, performs in the hit show “Jreamz Journey Within” performing at MGM Grand on the Strip. The hip-hop dance crew Jabbawockeez, best-known for winning the first season of America’s Best Dance Crew, performs weekly. Many know these dancers by the white masks they wear on stage. “Jreamz” opened November 2015 and still … [Read More...]



Human Trafficking: The Modern-Day Slavery

By Roxi Sepulveda Human trafficking is a new form of modern-day slavery that affects millions in the world. According to Polaris Project, which works to ensure that the U.S. government prioritizes efforts to eradicate all forms of human trafficking and protect victims, “Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery—a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that […]


Class on Immigration Demystified Current Laws

By Fernando Lopez Duran Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, a non-profit law firm, partnered with College of Southern Nevada to present information on pathways to citizenship during a free immigration class held on campus. Luis Trujillo, CSN student, said he attended the class to learn more about his current immigration status and to inquire […]



Spring Season is in Full Bloom

By Carlie Cass Springtime allergies, in particular hay fever, can make people feel terrible this time of year. According to the Mayo Clinic, “Hay fever, also called allergic rhinitis, causes … [Read More...]


Stress Affects Students’ Health

By Loren Honea Students’ stress levels are on the rise as the semester comes to an end. There are three types of stress: acute, episodic acute and chronic stress, according to the American … [Read More...]



Easter Brings in the Bunnies and Billions

By Carlie Cass Easter is commercialized like many other holidays. Consumers spend billions buying crafty and colorful retail products and food … [Read More...]


Time to File Taxes, Students Can Save with Education Credits

By Eileen Salazar Uncle Sam sits back and waits to collect his money no later than Wednesday, April 15. Students who work and make more than … [Read More...]




By Fernando Lopez Duran Young voters are turning to social media to become informed on candidates and their stances on issues. “Studies show that traditional-aged college students get their information from a variety of online sources rather than through television news,” said Don Mirjanian, … [Read More...]


Students Feel the ‘Bern’

By Sierra Akana, Carlie Cass, Fernando Lopez Duran, Ronnie Gonzalez, Harrison Howard, Loren Honea, Christopher Kilkenny, Ericka Lemus, Anthony MulHolland, Agnes Ndaba, Roxi Sepulveda and Tamara Tindugan. College of Southern Nevada students shared their presidential candidate preferences in a recent … [Read More...]




By Ashlee Godwin People are consumed by media today. Technology is sophisticated and students spend a lot of their time engaging with screens creating some benefits but causing some problems. Research shows that adults spend more time engrossed in screens than working full-time jobs. “Over … [Read More...]

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Get Upwards of 50% off Food, Clothes and Entertainment with Student ID

By Evan Combs Get discounts on food, rent, shows, movies and services by getting a College of Southern Nevada student ID. The discount program can save students money. “In just six days of having a student ID, I think I’ve saved over $25 with all the food discounts that they offer,” says CSN … [Read More...]