New Term Begins

College of Southern Nevada’s students started new semester Jan. 16, 2018. The new staff of Coyote Student News is getting prepped and ready to serve the community with compelling and timely content, which will be posted early March. Please keep posted and come back frequently to read news and entertainment throughout the year. Thanks for supporting the […]

Meditation has Profound Impact

By Tatiana Solomon Just breathe are two simple words that College of Southern Nevada’s Professor Dr. Diane Hardgrave encourages people to do through mindfulness meditation. Hardgrave’s research advocates that each side of your brain talks to each other differently and changes during and after meditation breathing practices and reduces physiological indices of anger and stress. […]

Students Celebrate Christmas More than Other Holidays

By Mike Sloan Holiday season is approaching and a recent poll on campus showed most students are excited to celebrate Christmas though some will observe Hanukkah and others won’t celebrate at all. In an informal poll conducted on campus of 100 College of Southern Nevada students, 90 plan to celebrate Christmas while three will celebrate […]

Businesses Launch with Help of Program at CSN

By Kalani Reyes Business incubator program at College of Southern Nevada helps students start companies. Any student at the College who wants to start a business can contact Kevin Raiford, a nationally-recognized business professor at CSN, to get involved in the program he created to encourage entrepreneurialism. Raiford along with other faculty in the business […]

Food From Around the World at International Education Week

By Chris Rojas Food from Around the World was an event held during International Education Week in mid-November that provided an opportunity for students in a literature course focused on cooking, character and culture to share dishes from their heritages. Students in the College of Southern Nevada course English 223 Themes of Literature taught by […]

Poetry Slam Explores Cultural Diversity

By Denzel Apangchan Open-mic poetry slam ignited cultural expression during International Education Week on campus. College of Southern Nevada hosted the slam at North Las Vegas campus mid-November that gave a stage to students, community members and a professor. This year was the first time a poetry slam was included in the week’s roster according […]

Get Engaged in Politics

By Trey Arline Millennials are starting to get involved in politics on campus as clubs form to establish a stronger presence in the political process. “Young voters made their voices heard in [the 2016] presidential election, making up one-fifth of the electorate and almost two-thirds of them rejected Donald Trump’s candidacy for president even as […]

Working Black Friday is Exhausting

By Charles LaRocca Black Friday typically brings out the bargain buyers in boatloads. The day is fun for many but for some College of Southern Nevada students who are working this day, it can be a real pain. According to a Nov. 14 press release by the National Retail Federation, one of the largest retail […]

Academic Burnout

By Taylor Cayro Students might be on the verge of experiencing academic burnout from prolonged high levels of stress. Melissa Jenkins, program manager for Counseling and Psychological Services or CAPS at College of Southern Nevada, said one of the results of academic burnout is stress overload that can cause poor academic performance resulting in reduced […]

‘Tis the Season of Giving for the Angel Program

By Brianna Fayerverger Faculty and staff at College of Southern Nevada are joining together this holiday season in giving back to those who are less fortunate. The CSN Holiday Angel Program, directed by Paul Herrle, a human behavior professor at CSN, symbolizes the true meaning of community. The Angel Program has two purposes. It strives […]