Red Cross Blood Drive

By Roxi Sepulveda Being a superhero does not just mean donning a cape and battling crime, blood donors are heroes because they truly save lives, especially those with rare blood types. On Tuesday, Feb. 2 the Association of Students in Communication along with the American Red Cross sponsored a blood drive in the June Whitley […]

10,000-Mile Journey Across Europe

By Christopher Kilkenny Lester Tanaka wanted to share a piece of his past in his lecture on campus “Postcards from Abroad: Zen and the Art of Bicycle Touring 10,000 Miles Later.” Tanaka, a College of Southern Nevada professor, came up with an incredible idea many years ago while working at the YMCA in Higashi-Osaka, Japan. […]

Student Saw Literary Criticism Published in Toyon Magazine

By Loren Honea English major at College of Southern Nevada Alejandra Muneton-Carrera finally saw her dream of getting published come true with her analysis of William Faulkner’s short story. Muneton-Carrera took Instructor Kaylee Baucom’s English course at the College last year, which propelled her interest in writing. A paper she wrote for class titled “A […]

Budget Cut Forces Cancellation of Spring Play

By Tania Diaz College of Southern Nevada’s performing arts department was forced to cancel “Our Country’s Good” due to budget cuts. CSN’s President Michael Richards sent an email to faculty stating that each department would take a budget cut for the academic year, according to Richard McGee, department chair of fine arts. McGee said, “From […]