Sexual Purity Leads to Stronger Relationships

By Shoshana Sefia Saving sex for marriage was the topic explored at an event on campus as students discussed the value of purity over premarital sex. Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles, known as CARP, held its event on Nov. 1 at College of Southern Nevada’s North Las Vegas campus with a goal of […]

Got Butter?

By Jordy Acevedo Holidays put on the pounds and losing weight especially in the New Year may be a goal for many. The ketogenic diet, which focuses on fat, is an option though it comes with risks. The keto diet is a low-carbohydrate, moderate protein and high-fat diet. According to the Harvard T.H Chan School […]

Red Carpet Reporter Workshop Helps Aspiring Journalists

By Usiel Teran Red Carpet Reporter Workshop hosted by actress and journalist JJ Snyder helped students learn the ropes of how to interview celebrities at major events. The Workshop was a two-hour session held on Nov. 9 at College of Southern Nevada’s Charleston campus with attendance of approximately a dozen journalism students aspiring to learn […]

Embrace Culture

By Ralph Gallo Multicultural event on campus showcased different cultures coming together as performers, music, food, art and entertainment heightened awareness and appreciation amongst College of Southern Nevada’s community. Student Diversity Festival took place Oct. 23 on CSN’s North Las Vegas campus. Dozens of students and faculty arrived to celebrate the amazing aspects of different […]

SPXTRM Elevates Consciousness

By Marisol Pino High-energy beats with lyrics that raise consciousness finds its way into Philip Hopper’s music. He goes by the name SPXTRM. During his search for a name Hopper came across the word “Spectrum,” which suited him because he didn’t want to be limited but instead expansive. “Everything has a spectrum whether it be […]

Centers for Academic Success Centralized with New Learning Commons

By Ian Conrardy New learning commons on all three campuses provide easier access to tutoring in the Centers for Academic Success. The resource centers for math, science, reading, writing, supplemental instruction and the communication lab is now offered in one location on each major campus with a drop-in option for students to come and take […]

Sav Tanner’s Smooth Lyrics and Synth Beats

By Emma King College of Southern Nevada student and independent musician Savor Tanner channels his emotions and lessons learned from past experiences into music he creates in his bedroom. Independent musicians are free agents in the music industry. They make music on their own terms, on their own dime and time. They are not signed […]

Saving Sex till Marriage

By Viridiana Sarabia Event on sexual integrity, purity and the breakdown of the family took place on campus as speakers and students discussed abstinence as an option. The Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles, known as CARP, is a group that works to unify students whose values govern their lives. There are two chapters […]

Fake News Versus Real News

By Christina Wilson President Donald Trump calls most news fake news. During his campaign trail and first two years in presidency he’s called reports from outlets like CNN and MSNBC fake. He claims they are used for political gain. In the past year a recent study shows more distrust of the accuracy in the news […]

Spooky Traditions at CSN

By Jordy Acevedo, Katelyn Barnett, Angelina Celedon, Ian Conrardy, Shoshana Sefia, Ralph Gallo, Emma King, Ana Karen Meza, Marisol Pino, Eunice Sanchez, Viridiana Sarabia, Usiel Teran and Christina Wilson College of Southern Nevada students are taking over Halloween. Students share their traditions both old and new to express their appreciations for the holiday. Alaina Derkas, […]