Seeking Confidential Counseling: CAPS Can Help

By Ashton Hall Mental health is something worth focusing on, as one in four people suffer from some type of issue according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Though many have issues with depression, anxiety, bi-polar, PTSD, or OCD, most do not know how to get help. The College of Southern Nevada’s Counseling and […]

Discounted Dental Care Offered at CSN

By Ricardo Torres College of Southern Nevada’s dental hygiene clinic offers hands-on experience for its students as well as discounted dental care to the community. According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention in 2012, approximately 50 million Americans are currently uninsured. Dental costs can quickly add up. In its section for affordable dental cost, […]

App Signals for Help for Those in Danger

By Crystal Martinez In emergencies every woman should have pepper spray in her purse and a cellphone in her pocket. She should also have an app that could save her life. According to the United States Department of Labor’s blog, one in five young women reported being sexually assaulted while in college. Jill Campbell, the […]

Explore the Universe at our Planetarium

By Matthew Watkins Nebulae and black holes, globular clusters and planets, stars and constellations make up the universe. The Planetarium at the College of Southern Nevada allows opportunity to explore and discover the sky as students and others partake in special screenings. “We always try to have the latest technology for the planetarium to teach […]

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

By Clarrissa Lovett Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society at the College of Southern Nevada, seeks more students to join its already 1,000 member club. “I would say that you learn so much,” said Aurelio Herrera, president of Phi Theta Kappa. “Not only do you grow academically but also as an individual.” According to Bruno […]

Spring Career Fair Connects Students with Employers

By Jakub Cernoch College of Southern Nevada’s Spring Career Fair brought opportunities to students as they connected with recruiters from 38 companies. “The purpose of a career fair is three-fold,” said Dr. Kelly Wuest, director of ReEntry at CSN. “First, there is networking; second is finding students jobs for the long-term as well as summer […]

Insights from Writer H. Lee Barnes

By Ashton Hall Published author and professor of creative writing at the College of Southern Nevada H. Lee Barnes released his latest novel “Cold Deck”. “Cold Deck” was presented at a book-signing event at the Charleston campus April 11, 2013. His new novel “Cold Deck” is the story of lead character Jude who finds himself […]