Coyote Student News Reflects on Success

By Michael Uselding Coyote Student News, the College of Southern Nevada’s online student newspaper, celebrates its ninth anniversary. The publication started in 2012 and since has turned out many professional journalists. Ricardo Torres, who was a copy editor for Coyote Student News fall 2012 and editor-in-chief spring 2013, learned the journalistic process in JOUR 105 […]

Bump, Set, Spike

By Kim Trejo College of Southern Nevada has a new women’s volleyball team that will compete as part of the National Junior College Athletic Association. It is the first team in the state to play in the NJCAA. According to its mission statement the NJCAA fosters a national athletics program for two-year colleges. It promotes […]

The GMO Agenda

By Ariel T. Rodriguez Genetically modified organism, commonly known as GMO, was the topic of discussion at a recent lecture “The GMO Agenda” held at the Las Vegas-Clark County West Charleston Library, near campus, Sept. 9. Former College of Southern Nevada student Nicole Sligar, founder of GMO Free Nevada, presented information on GMOs and its […]

CSN Streamin’ Radio

By Karla Spann College of Southern Nevada’s new CSN Streamin’ Radio station provides students opportunities to train in broadcasting while entertaining listeners around the clock. “Students can hear a variety of music covering all formats: today’s top-40 hits, ‘80s, ‘90s, millennial music, classic rock, alternative rock, country, R&B and jazz,” said Andrew Kolb, CSN radio […]

Office 365 Suite of Software Downloadable for Free

By Nancy Monsay Microsoft Office 365 is available free for students to download. The 365 suite of software includes five licenses: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook and storage in OneDrive, a cloud-based service. Students and faculty can download the software to their personal computers and Smartphones at no cost. The Office applications let users create, […]

Road to Academic Success

By Jessica Vargas College of Southern Nevada changed the name of its tutoring services to the Centers for Academic Success and is offering unlimited tutoring for all students. Shellie Keller, director of Centers for Academic Success, said the name change was meant to signify that various academic tutoring programs now sit under one center at […]