President Richards’ Remarkable Path

By Kheslleen Dimanche Dr. Michael Richards, president of the College of Southern Nevada, is a remarkable man who has dedicated his life’s work to education. Dr. Richards begins his day at 4:00 in the morning, during the work week. Before work he checks his emails and holds conference calls with community leaders and colleagues. By the time he […]

Notable Professor Retires CSN After 38 Years

By Li Han Retiring after a 38-year career teaching at the College of Southern Nevada, English Professor Dr. Richard Logsdon pauses to consider the value of what he has accomplished and what he wants to do next. Dr. Logsdon is retiring at the end of the spring 2013 term. Students and colleagues are reminiscing on […]

Stressed out Students Study for Finals

By Sallyann Ficarrotta Final exams are coming up the week of Dec. 10 and students are coping with the stress differently. CSN student Ramon Posis has three finals coming up and a specific way of dealing with all of them. “I look in the syllabus and see how much each test is worth so I […]

Holiday Cards for Heroes

By Stephanie Santana Holiday Cards for Heroes, a card-making event, was held Nov. 20, 2012 at the College of Southern Nevada. The CSN club Students Making a Difference worked with the American Red Cross to craft a few hundred holiday cards that will be distributed to our military men and women around the world this […]

Be the Next Bill Gates or Steve Jobs

By Kheslleen Dimanche Meet with top business moguls in Las Vegas who work for companies like MGM Resorts International and Caesars License Company LLC. Students pursing business degrees at the College of Southern Nevada have an opportunity to build their portfolios, resumes, and networks through an organization on campus called Future Business Leaders of America. […]

Santa Arrested for Violating Labor Laws

By Chris Moxon He knows when you are sleeping. He knows when you’re awake. He knows when you are bad or good, so be good for goodness sake. Santa is not practicing what he preaches as the song would imply. He’s accused of breaking labor laws. Kris Kringle, also known as Santa Claus, was arrested […]

Native American Heritage Month Makes Impact

By Douglas Farra In November the All Nations Native Organization, a group at the College of Southern Nevada, hosted the Native American Heritage Month, which had a series of events and presentations geared to this specific demographic. The goal was to empower Native-American students who attend CSN by dismantling stereotypes and providing educational support. The […]

McGee Makes Music

By Stephanie Santana Music flows in the halls of the Department of Fine Arts at the College of Southern Nevada thanks to Professor Richard McGee. Hitting the right note led him to his destiny, which was to teach music at CSN. According to faculty biographies on CSN’s website, McGee moved to Las Vegas in 1981 […]

What Thanksgiving Means to Me

By Douglas Farra Your Guide to Gratitude: There is holiday cheer in the air and a need to find gratitude for the year. Figuring out how to be grateful seems to be challenging for some. The holiday experience can become busy and stressful with all the responsibility, family and “life” that people deal with. Here […]

Russell’s Restaurant holds Out-of-Sight Experience

By Jordan Helm Imagine not being able to see or speak. Imagine having no control over your actions or what you say. Imagine what life would be like missing a limb or being handicapped. Diners at Russell’s Restaurant on the College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus had the opportunity to experience disabilities, which they were […]