It’s Never Too Late to Earn a College Degree

By Rachel Carruth Going back to school later in life can be a wonderfully daunting experience. The challenge can bring together the delights of learning while opening new avenues for professional success. A large part of the older population of students have already had successful careers, served time in the military, raised families and led […]

Learn How to Handle Active Shooter Situations

By Nikiya Berry The College of Southern Nevada adopted an Active Shooter training course as part of campus emergency management. The online course is provided through Federal Emergency Management Agency. “You’re not being wise if you don’t take it,” said Greg Gammon, CSN director of fire science in emergency management. According to Gammon, college campuses across the […]

One Love Promotes Acceptance of LGBT Community

By Fabiola Marzano One Love, an organization at the College of Southern Nevada, supports the openness and acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students. One Love held a special film screening and discussion panel on March 25 to bring awareness to the LGBT community, in hopes of deepening understanding. The film “Before Stonewall”, an […]

Developing Professional Skills

By Jonathan Randall College of Southern Nevada hosted the Student Professional Development Program, a two-day certificate program, funded by ASCSN Student Government. Over 30 students attended the event on March 29 and March 30. Those who attended were given free food and learned the basic steps to develop required skills needed in the work world. “The […]

Students Donate Blood

By Shenique Schaff Students lined up to save lives as the United Blood Services recruited donors on March 7. The staff enjoyed informing and rewarding donors on the Cheyenne campus. “It’s always a pleasure to come to this campus. It’s one of the highlights of my job,” says Julie Lindsay, senior donor recruiter for United […]

CSN Baseball Team Ranked Fourth: Aspire to Championship

By Robert Vendettoli Ranked No. 4 in the country the College of Southern Nevada’s baseball program is peaking at the right time. “Being ranked fourth in the nation is great,” said Evan Van Hoosier, second baseman for the Coyotes. “Until we hold that number 1 ranking, however, and hang that national championship banner in center […]

Let’s Talk About It

By Rodrigo Vazquez Many college students experience some form of sexual assault with the vast majority suffering in silence. While largely unknown, The Rape Crisis Center, located at the College of Southern Nevada’s Charleston campus, is a symbol of hope for many. The Center’s motto for April, otherwise known as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, is […]

‘Glamour to Grit’ Broadcast Event Showed Nature of the Business

By Brianna Florian Jessica Moore from My News 3 and Stefanie Jay from Fox 5 News joined the College of Southern Nevada in celebration of International Women’s Day. Moore and Jay spoke to a classroom of students about the glamour and grit of broadcast news. “You’re talking to people who aren’t glamorous, aren’t clean, aren’t pretty […]

Students Showcase Talents at Artist Circle

By Justin Guzman Cheerful voices and energetic music filled the air on March 27 as artists, dancers, students and poets showcased their talents and connected with peers at the College of Southern Nevada’s Henderson campus. Students seemed to gravitate towards: the music, performances, prizes and the smell of free pizza. “We’re just trying to promote student […]

Latino Mixer

By Jakub Cernoch Many students at the College of Southern Nevada attended the Latino Student Mixer in March to find support within the community and join CSN Latino Alliance, Hispanic Student Union, Latino Student Alliance and Latinos United of North America. CSN Latino Alliance member Leticia Llamas noted that the event had been pulled together […]