Women Shatter the Glass Ceiling

By Alex Aguilar There’s been a recognizable shift in the past half century as women moved into the workforce. Although much progress has been made, there still is a need for more. Women’s History Month highlighted this. In the past many women stayed in the home. Things started to change during WWII when men went […]

March Music Madness Raised Scholarship Money for Homeless Students

By Trena Allen Music filled the air on campus for the fourth annual March Music Madness Arts and Music Festival on March 12. Students enjoyed themselves and raised money for High 5 Drive. Six hours of melodies lingered through the campus corridors including smooth tunes from guitars to bumping bases from rappers. Many local artists […]

Hispanic Serving Institution: A New Title for CSN

By Jennifer Hurtado Nearly 27 percent of CSN students are Hispanic, according to the Nevada System of Higher Education’s diversity report. These numbers recently qualified CSN as a Hispanic Serving Institution opening doors to federal grants. CSN was honored at this year’s Latino Network of Southern Nevada Summit, an organization that focuses on issues affecting […]

Cesar Chavez Day Celebrates Hispanic Community

By Jennifer Hurtado Cesar Chavez Day brought the community together at the close of Hispanic Heritage month in March. The Hispanic Student Union at the College of Southern Nevada contributed its efforts with the Student Organization of Latinos from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to present the second annual Cesar Chavez Day event. According […]

Crush Your Math Fears

By Jonmaesha Shadrick Calculus, trigonometry and algebra can be nerve-wracking for many students. College of Southern Nevada’s Crush Your Math Fears “Strategies for Success” workshop on March 24 advised students on resources they can access to pass math for their degree requirements. Dr. Marie Worsham, CSN clinical psychologist, spoke at the workshop. She mentioned many […]

Don’t Suffer in Silence

By Eileen Salazar Many college students are victims of emotional abuse but do not speak of it. Counseling and Psychological Services, located on all three College of Southern Nevada campuses, can provide students help. “Emotional abuse includes non-physical behaviors such as threats, insults, constant monitoring or checking in, excessive texting, humiliation, intimidation, isolation or stalking,” according […]

Nix Bros. TV and Film Projects Go Mainstream

By Heather LoveEvan and Adam Nix, known as the Nix Bros., have passions and immense talents for infusing storytelling and humor into their television and film making. The brothers, who formerly attended College of Southern Nevada in the media technologies program, have been making films for years and more recently they got into television. “We […]

Women Form Bond Crossing Over The Bridge of Peace

By Jessica Itzep Solving Racism “The Role of Women as Peace Makers” was held on College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus March 26. The event was held as part of Women’s History Month. The topic of racism needs discussion and the purpose of this event was to encourage it. “The more voices and leaders we […]

LGBTQ Support with Safe Zones

By Michael Carmona College of Southern Nevada launched a Safe Zone program to support members of the lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and questioning or queer communities. CSN’s Safe Zone program is designed to promote a more welcoming, safe and inclusive environment for LGBTQ students. Faculty and staff who want to be involved will take a […]

Dance Delights Audience at Spring Concert

By Tia Keys Arabesques, pirouettes and rond-de-jambes were part of beautifully-crafted choreography gracing the stage as students performed during the Student Dance Concert in March. With an audience of more than 100, students performed original jazz, ballet and modern dance routines. Under the direction of College of Southern Nevada’s Dance Director Kelly Roth and new-dance-certificate […]