Ghosts ‘n Goblins

By Soni Brown, Paulina Carrillo, George Gonzales, Percy Hinton, Adrianne Jackson, Jordan Johnson, Ariel Rodriguez, Kim Trejo and Jessica Vargas Halloween spirit creeps in at the College of Southern Nevada with decorations, contests, games and costumes. Students and staff prepared for the holiday with fun activities and an enjoyable spooky vibe. “We really wanted to […]

Presidential Hopeful Rand Paul Visits CSN

By Soni Brown Republican presidential hopeful Senator Rand Paul came to the College of Southern Nevada to discuss his issues on immigration and education during the LIBRE forum. Paul is a junior senator from Kentucky who is running for the Republican presidential nomination competing against front runners Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Carly Fiorina. He […]

Appreciate Diversity

By Jordan Johnson Diversity Day at College of Southern Nevada provided training sessions for faculty, staff and students to increase their cultural awareness, appreciation and aptitude. The Office of Community Relations, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs holds Diversity Day each semester. On Oct. 16, the welcome commenced with CSN’s President Michael Richards and then seven break-out […]

Meaningful Return for Artists in “Ground Zero” Exhibit

By Paulina Carrillo “Ground Zero” captivated museum goers at the Artspace Gallery located on Cheyenne campus. Past students of the art program at College of Southern Nevada sent in their art works to be displayed during the exhibit through Oct. 17. They did so to show appreciation for the education they received at CSN and […]

Why Wait in Line, CoyoteQ Can Save You Time

By Paulina Carrillo CoyoteQ is a new virtual system implemented at College of Southern Nevada that enables students to get in line for services by logging in to hold their spots rather than standing in line. The Q allows students to reserve a spot for many services: registrar, financial aid, testing center, cashier, disability resource […]

Fright Dome Adds the Fright to the Dome

By Adrianne Jackson Haunted houses have advanced from make-shift versions of spider webs, fake creatures, strange sounds and ghosts to horrifying live performances that shake attendees out of their socks. Jason Egan, creator of Fright Dome at Circus Circus Las Vegas, has horrified masses of thrill-lovers since October 2003, according to a press release dated […]

LGBTQ Celebrated on Campus

By Neise Cordeiro Library Pride Celebration, an inaugural event held at College of Southern Nevada’s Charleston campus library, helped bring together the LGBTQ community. Members of the Queer Inclusive College Committee organized this event with a goal of informing people about the different types of resources offered on campus to support LGBTQ students, staff and […]

Self-Defense Program for Women

By Paulina Carrillo Rape Aggression Defense Systems is a free monthly self-defense program offered to all women at College of Southern Nevada. The program is instructed by CSN’s police officers. Carolyn Downey, RAD instructor and police sergeant at CSN’s police department, said there’s a remarkable change in the women who join the program from when […]

Millennium Scholarship for More Students and More Credits

By Soni Brown Recent changes were made during the 2015 State legislative session that makes the Millennium Scholarship available to more students. Governor Guinn Millennium Scholarship rewards Nevada high-school graduates $10,000 over the course of six years to attend college in the State. “College of Southern Nevada has offered $2,342,520 in Millennium Scholarship funds to […]

Dreams and Degrees

By Michael Uselding Students’ shared their hopes and degree pursuits during welcome events at the College. Many came together during the CSN Connections events held on Henderson, Cheyenne and Charleston campuses in September. Faculty and staff welcomed students and provided valuable information. Tables and tents were set up with details about student services, academic departments, […]