Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series

By Areania Hewing Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas marathon series was held Nov. 10 to 13 on the Strip. It started with a health and fitness expo and concluded with a half marathon and full marathon. There was even a three-minute run-thru wedding ceremony that took place on the course. CSN Serves, a volunteer and […]

Thanksgiving Food Drive Supports The Shade Tree Shelter

By George Gonzales College of Southern Nevada gives back to the community with a Thanksgiving food drive. Canned goods, warm coats and other donations were gathered for the Shade Tree organization. Katelynn Costa, CSN student and senator for ASCSN student government, came up with the idea of holding a Thanksgiving food drive at the College. […]

Light The Night Walk

By Jessica Vargas Thousands participated in Light The Night Walk to raise funds and find cures for leukemia and lymphoma. College of Southern Nevada’s very own associate vice president, a survivor of lymphoma, was an honored hero at this year’s event. James McCoy, associate vice president of academic affairs for CSN, was diagnosed with lymphoma cancer […]

We are People, Not Mascots

By Karla Spann “We are People, not Mascots” was a discussion held on campus to elevate the consciousness surrounding sport-teams’ mascots that offensively portray Native Americans. Dr. Chad Waucaush, College of Southern Nevada history professor, facilitated the discussion about the use of Native American imagery in sports. As part Native American, Waucaush is passionate about […]

StudentLingo Workshops Make a Big Difference

By Kim Trejo StudentLingo, a new series of online workshops available at College of Southern Nevada, can help students develop dozens of skills such as time management and study techniques. These come in handy as final exams approach. “StudentLingo gives college students important skills and abilities they may not have had before entering college,” said […]

Skiers and Snowboarders Counting Days Until Slopes Open

By Jordan Johnson Lee Canyon, formerly Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort, is opening soon for its winter season. According to Trevor Ropelato, Lee Canyon’s media specialist, the resort should open to skiers and snowboarders around Thanksgiving, though the resort isn’t able to give a set date. Opening day fluctuates year-to-year based on the amount […]

“The Adding Machine” Steals the Show at CSN

By Neise Cordeiro Sold-out production “The Adding Machine” opened theater season at College of Southern Nevada. Aaron Tuttle, lead faculty of theater at CSN, shared his excitement about opening night. “I was very happy and there was a huge sense of relief,” said Tuttle, who directed the play. “When an artist puts something together, especially […]

Bernie Sanders Addressed Serious Issues at Rally

By Ariel T Rodriguez Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders stirred the crowd at his recent North Las Vegas rally at Cheyenne Sports Complex near campus. Sanders is serving his second term in the U.S. Senate after winning re-election in 2012. His previous 16 years in Congress made him the longest-serving Independent member in American history, […]

“We Are Called to Rise” author Laura McBride Wins Silver Pen Award

By Soni Brown Nevada Writers Hall of Fame will honor College of Southern Nevada English professor Laura McBride with the Silver Pen Award for her debut novel “We Are Called to Rise.” “Well, it’s a delight,” recipient McBride said. “I have lived in Nevada for a long time and I wrote about our community because […]

Blood Drive Saves Lives

By Paulina Carrillo Trying to make a difference in the community the Student Nurses’ Association at College of Southern Nevada sponsored a blood drive for the American Red Cross. “CSN is a great place to get blood donated because students are often willing to do that,” said Catharine Rinehart, business development manager at the American […]