Should Teachers be Armed in the Classrooms?

By Desiree Santiago Mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February sparked a national conversation about how to secure schools from these atrocities. Following the shooting President Donald Trump proposed to arm teachers as a way to protect students. Many voiced their support of his proposition while others weren’t so sure. On Feb. […]

Marriage Can Wait

By Erica Torres Summer is typically wedding season. It’s a time when some people reflect on their views of marriage. College of Southern Nevada students, among other millennials, are choosing to wait till later in life to marry. Throughout history, marriage had been described as an economic or political arrangement between two families. Therefore choosing […]

#MeToo Movement, Standing Up Against Sexual Assault

By Selena Leon MeToo Movement has enveloped the nation in recent months shining light on sexual assault, abuse and misconduct women face. Their stories are powerful and their collective voices are saying #NoMore. “For too long survivors of sexual assault and harassment have been in the shadows,” wrote Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo Movement, […]

PRIDE Parade Enlivens LGBTQ Community

By Karen Ortega Las Vegas PRIDE parade had an important role in the LGBTQ’s community expression of its own pride. On Oct. 20 in Downtown Las Vegas there were hundreds of people lining the streets in support of equality, protections, rights and freedoms. The parade route began at Gass Avenue and headed north along 4th […]

Campus Book Club Looks at Life of Henrietta Lacks

By Brianna Fayerverger “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” written by Rebecca Skloot is the chosen book for One Book One College this year. The book brings light to scientific genetic discoveries and students are hooked. The New York Times No. 1 Best Seller has an intriguing plot. “Henrietta Lacks, known as HeLa in the […]

CSN Students Not Leaving the Nest

By Taylor Bandy Majority of college students live at home with their parents as shown in recent poll of College of Southern Nevada students. During Oct. 25 and 26, an informal poll of 100 students on North Las Vegas and Charleston campuses showed that 86 percent lived at home while 14 percent lived on their […]

Shooting on Strip Leaves Students in Shock

By Denzel Apangchan, Trey Arline, Taylor Bandy, Taylor Cayro, Brianna Fayerverger, Tatiana Orellana-Tercero, Anneth V. Ortega, Kalani Reyes, Mike Sloan, Tatiana Solomon Mass shooting near Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino took place last night at a music festival leaving hundreds injured and dozens dead. College of Southern Nevada’s community is in shock. Live Nation’s Route 91 Harvest […]

CSN is Safest Campus

By Sebastian Ross New report out by security company ADT announced College of Southern Nevada as safest college campus in the State. According to an April 4 press release from YourLocalSecurity, an ADT affiliate, its “Safest College Campus by State” report listed CSN as highest scored in Nevada after analysis of data and statistics on […]

Steps Forward

By Charles LaRocca New poetry book “On the Line” written by De Anna Beachley shared excerpts from women from the suffragist movement who picketed the White House in 1917 for equal rights. A reading took place on campus during Women’s History Month to shed light on issues: past and present. “On the Line” is a […]

Campus-Wide Book Club Creates Conversation and Community

By Valeriya Bondarenko “The House on Mango Street” is stirring up important conversations and connections at College of Southern Nevada as students take part in One Book One College. According to The Center for the Book’s website, One Book One College is a nationwide book club building a sense of community while promoting literacy. Starting […]