Obama Recognizes CSN Student in Immigration Reform Speech

By Ricardo Torres President Barack Obama mentioned our 20-year-old College of Southern Nevada student Alan Aleman by name in a speech he gave about immigration on Jan. 29, 2013.“Growing up, Alan went to an American school, pledged allegiance to the American flag, felt American in every way and he was. Except for on paper,” President […]

Congresswoman Titus Talks Education & Female Empowerment at CSN

By Ricardo Torres United States Congresswoman Dina Titus, Nevada representative, was the key-note speaker during The President’s Forum on Women’s Academic Success at the College of Southern Nevada on March 26. She discussed women’s issues, specifically the need for higher education. “Education will always be a priority for me in elected office because I care […]

Club Rush Stirs Students to Join

By Ashton Hall Each semester the College of Southern Nevada holds Club Rush, an event to stir interest in club membership. With over 30 clubs, students can pick what they are interested in. “This is part of student government trying to get the students to be happy about the school and get involved in clubs,” […]

Transferring Schools Made Easy

By Clarrissa Lovett After finishing your associate degree at the College of Southern Nevada, keep going with your education. The transferring process is made simple by two departments at CSN. Many CSN students transfer to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas or other institutions. Some worry about what will transfer. The UNLV/CSN Transfer Center and […]

Money Raised for CSN Homeless Students

By Daniel Avila March Music Madness took place March 14 at College of Southern Nevada’s Charleston campus. The fundraiser aimed to raise awareness and money to change the circumstances of CSN homeless students. That’s why ASCSN student government Senator Jonathan “Streetz” Paya, with the High-5 Scholarship, a joint effort by CSN and Silver State Schools Credit […]

Enrich Your Education by Studying Abroad

By Rachel Carruth Discover breathtaking landscapes, see priceless works of art and expand your horizons by studying in a foreign country. “Life is incredibly rich and most of us only know a very limited range of experiences. We all tend to see life from inside the box of our cultures, but there is real sweetness… […]

CSN Student Designs Own Clothing Line

By Robert Vendettoli Fernando Torres, a student at the College of Southern Nevada, is already a successful entrepreneur with a clothing line called Lucrative. “I love Fernando’s shirts,” said Kih Gourrier, a freshman at the CSN Henderson campus. “I love the idea in general, it’s simplistic yet catchy,” Gourrier said. “I’ve known Fernando for about […]

Big Win for CSN Spirit Squad

By Shenique Schaff College of Southern Nevada’s Spirit Squad’s hard work paid off when it won the national championship title in December 2012. The squad competed in the American Grand National Championship winning for its second time. Brianna Vargas is head cheerleader for the spirit squad and she was pleased with the win. “I was […]

Young Money Live Event Helps Students With Financial Tips

By Brianna Florian Students struggling financially should attend Young Money Live on March 14 at the College of Southern Nevada. Learn about money-management: how to budget, how to save and how to invest. “My presentation is about getting young adults to dream again,” says Todd Romer, founder of Young Money Events, a company that brings […]

Sustainable Energy Sources Needed as Gas Prices Soar

By Justin Guzman Gas prices across the country have skyrocketed. According to GasBuddy.com, which tracks gas prices, on March 4, 2013, the average price of regular gasoline in Las Vegas was $3.81 compared to $3.02 on Jan. 24, 2013. The students at the College of Southern Nevada are doing their best to promote green alternatives […]