‘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 […]

Gratitude at Thanksgiving

By Taylor Bandy Faculty and students feel much gratitude this time of year as Thanksgiving makes them pause and think about family. Jeff Hein, who teaches advertising and public relations at College of Southern Nevada, said, “This Thanksgiving I am going to visit my family in Wisconsin. We haven’t been together as a family in […]

Self-Defense Course Offers Students Fighting Chance

  By Mike Sloan Women should be able to defend themselves against attackers. A recent Rape Aggression Defense course offered on College of Southern Nevada’s campus taught women techniques to save their lives. RAD is a free self-defense course taught by three CSN police officers. Students learn how to inflict as much damage as possible […]

Women of Influence

By Karen Ortega Top winners of Women of Influence Awards were recognized during special luncheon to draw attention to the inspirational and impactful works they do. The Women’s Alliance, which supports the education and empowerment of women, in collaboration with the Office of Community Relations, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, held an event on April 14 […]

Moms are Amazing

By Charles LaRocca Mother’s Day is a time for reflection and appreciation. Moms on campus are juggling school, work and kids with grace and ambition, though it can be challenging. There are many mothers who are full-time students at College of Southern Nevada. Being moms in college requires perseverance and desire to pursue something greater […]

Clubs Create Community on Campus

By Heidy Fernandez Club Rush’s Howl-O-Week events encouraged students to join clubs on campus. Oct. 24 to 27, events were held on College of Southern Nevada’s three main campuses. This year’s carnivals captured the Halloween spirit providing free food and candy, raffles, entertainment, a rock-climbing wall, inflatable-obstacle courses and a chance for students to join […]

MobileSAFETY app

By Dakota Hallaway New safety app launched at College of Southern Nevada to ensure critical information and security options are available for students, faculty and staff. MobileSAFETY app, which can be downloaded to any smartphone, provides quick options for people to access help including: emergency contacts that has phone numbers for security and police, safety […]

Campus Name Change

By Torya Moore College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus recently had its name changed to North Las Vegas campus. City of North Las Vegas’ Mayor John Lee along with CSN’s President Michael Richards are pleased with the recent change. “We are thrilled that the College of Southern Nevada has decided to move forward with this […]

Unisex Bathrooms are Important

By Courtney Downs Unisex bathrooms are available for transgender students at College of Southern Nevada. A unisex bathroom, which has one toilet in its own room, is available for use by male, female or gender non-conforming students, which don’t align with male or female genders. Think of a unisex bathroom as a family bathroom. It […]

Dean Adlish Helps Treat Patients with Tropical Diseases in Peru

By Iginio Hernandez Treating tropical diseases in the Amazon is a passion of John Adlish, a dean at College of Southern Nevada, who spent the past decade helping patients in Peru. Adlish spoke about his experiences during a recent Postcards from Abroad presentation on Sept. 21 at the Charleston campus. He shared his stories about […]