Student Volunteers Pack Meals for Hungry Children

By Natalia Lancellotti Three Square, the only food bank providing food assistance to Clark County, was the benefactor of volunteerism by College of Southern Nevada’s students through the program CSN Serves. Approximately 35 altruistic CSN students helped Three Square on September 27. They made meal boxes for local hungry children. Each box included: cans of […]

Discount on RTC Bus Passes

By Rodrigo Vazquez Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada gives students a 60 percent discount on monthly bus transit passes. This helps College of Southern Nevada students save on transportation costs. Reduced-fare passes, which can be purchased at any of the three College book stores with a valid student I.D., can be purchased for $32.50 […]

Students Act and Direct for One Acts

By Paul Maranan Theater is alive and well at the College of Southern Nevada as students took part in the One Act Festival in early October producing seven shows for the season. It’s likely that no one would have guessed that this was the first stage production for Actor Chris Olloa who played the hilarious […]

Great Night of Music Raises Funds for Scholarships

By Jose Sillas An evening of music and song at the Music Scholarship Concert, held at the College of Southern Nevada on October 8, raised funds for scholarships while commemorating the great late Joe Williams. The theater echoed with harmonies of CSN’s Chamber Chorale, a select ensemble, and the Jazz Singers, who have an active […]

CSN Library: Times They Are A-Changin’

By Jeff Knight Long gone are the days when libraries used card catalogues or due-date cards stuck to the back covers of books. Today, these analog methods are a distant memory and have been replaced with modern computer systems and unlimited technology. Poet and activist Bob Dylan wrote, “Then you better start swimmin’ or you’ll […]