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 […]

Documentaries Detail Unfair Treatment of African Americans

By Tatiana Solomon Two documentary films “13th” and “The Central Park Five” were shown during Black History Month at College of Southern Nevada. Both showed the inhumane treatment of African Americans in this country who were incarcerated. Filmmaker Ava DuVernay, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the recent Oscars, […]

DACA Students Worry Day by Day

By Marcos Hung Santander President Donald Trump campaigned on tough immigration laws and he has already enacted tough orders affecting immigrants. Students at College of Southern Nevada who have DACA status are concerned they will be deported. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, known as DACA, provides protection against deportation and allows students to work and […]

Student Journalists See Future in the Field at RJ Tour

By Courtney Downs Las Vegas Review-Journal opened its doors to College of Southern Nevada’s journalism students for tour of the printing press. The tour was part of a special day planned for journalism majors by Jennifer Mitchell, journalism instructor and adviser of Coyote Student News, and Professor Michele Fogg. They wanted to create an opportunity […]

Black Lives Do Matter

By Torya Moore Black Lives Matter Forum held on campus to create safe space to discuss challenges between community and cops. The movement Black Lives Matter, according to the group’s website, was created in 2012 after Trayvon Martin was shot dead by George Zimmerman who was later acquitted of second-degree murder. “Rooted in the experiences […]

Taking Steps to Solve Blood Cancers

By Lydia Vazquez Light the Night Walk sponsored by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society takes place this weekend Downtown to raise funds to find cures for blood cancers. Groups at CSN are now raising funds and plan to walk this weekend. LLS hopes to raise $450,000. At present nearly half that amount was donated, according […]

Human Trafficking: The Modern-Day Slavery

By Roxi Sepulveda Human trafficking is a new form of modern-day slavery that affects millions in the world. According to Polaris Project, which works to ensure that the U.S. government prioritizes efforts to eradicate all forms of human trafficking and protect victims, “Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery—a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that […]

Class on Immigration Demystified Current Laws

By Fernando Lopez Duran Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, a non-profit law firm, partnered with College of Southern Nevada to present information on pathways to citizenship during a free immigration class held on campus. Luis Trujillo, CSN student, said he attended the class to learn more about his current immigration status and to inquire […]