Hyper-Connected Fast-Paced Lives

By Bree Seitz Stimuli and instant gratification are now expected by many students due to online habits. In this age when most crave immediacy and interaction, it is oftentimes hard to be patient and take the slow road. Study conducted by the Pew Research Center titled “Millennials will Benefit and Suffer due to Their Hyper-Connected […]

Paleo, It’s a “No-Grainer”

By Jordy Acevedo Paleolithic diet, an ancient way of eating, is gaining modern followers but it comes with risks. Paleo diet—also known as the caveman, hunter-gatherer or Stone Age diet—is a way of eating that dates back to 2.5 million years ago when humans obtained their food by hunting and gathering, hence the name Paleolithic. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Stay Aware of Mental Health

By Ian Conrardy Studies show a marked increase in depression amongst college students and it comes from both cognitive and life-based factors. In a July 2018 study titled “Response Pattern of Depressive Symptoms Among College Students…” in the Journal of Affective Disorders, it states that four-in-five college students report the presence of depressive symptoms. Loss […]

Natural Ingredients in Personal Care Products, Better for Health

By Tomeisha Davis Every day beauty-industry products such as shampoos, lotions and deodorants can have harmful ingredients in them such as formaldehyde and phthalates. They can be toxic and cause serious health problems. Many people are now turning to brands with natural ingredients as awareness rises. According to Natural Society, an advocate for health product […]

Morning Cup of Joe Can Help

By Selena Leon Students turn to caffeine for energy in the last stretch of this semester. If consumed in right amounts, it can be healthy. Final exam week is approaching May 7. After many weeks of hard work and studying, some students are exhausted and looking for easy sources of energy. They tend to turn […]

Flu Season Calls for Flu Shot, Most Not Getting It

By Gianna Ward Informal poll on campus showed 95 percent of students don’t get the flu shot even in this atypical flu season. In February on College of Southern Nevada’s North Las Vegas campus, 100 students were asked several questions: if they got the flu shot, did they get the flu, and reason they did […]

Milk Verses Milk Alternatives

By Tatiana Chavez Milk alternatives including almond, coconut and soy milk are gaining popularity and sales are on the rise from previous years. The Got-Milk campaign is still successful as many consume milk and milk products but times are changing. Our grandparent’s generation were brought up to believe everyone should drink milk to get calcium […]