First-Generation College Students Forging New Paths

By Lizett Camarena For many young people, attending college after high school is a predetermined destiny. It’s often pushed by parents who hold fond memories of their own college experiences and are nostalgic for their alma maters. This is not the case for first-generation students whose parents did not attend college. Those students are forging […]

Nationally Recognized Tutor Donny Watson Keeps Climbing

By Christina Quattrone Donny Watson, communication major at College of Southern Nevada, was the recipient of the highly-coveted Outstanding Tutor Award at the National Association of Communication Center’s Conference in Phoenix this past April. “It felt amazing,” Watson said. Humble and selfless to the core, Watson doesn’t do anything for acknowledgment or celebration but because […]

Tips for Finals

By Taylor Shaw Cramming all night for finals is common practice for many students but it isn’t the best method for doing well. Getting a good nights rest the night before the big test and chewing gum during the exam can help students perform better. Some students don’t sleep much prior to finals, which has […]