House & Senate in Republican Control as of Recent Election

By Aesha Jones November’s election gave the Grand Old Party control of the U.S. Senate and Congress for the remainder of President Barack Obama’s term. It was a big victory for Republicans. “I feel positive about the change,” says Dana Jones, an accounting teacher at College of Southern Nevada. “Now they can no longer be […]

What is Ebola?

By Aesha Jones Ebola has been on the rise in West Africa and four cases were identified in the United States. Hospitals around the country are preparing to assist in Ebola cases including University Medical Center in Las Vegas. Some students are concerned about the spread of the virus. According to the Center for Disease […]

Childcare Offered on Campus for Competitive Rate

By Aesha Jones Childcare is offered at Cheyenne and West Charleston campuses at the College of Southern Nevada for a competitive rate. The Early Childhood Education Lab Program is nationally accredited and licensed by the State of Nevada. It is also linked to CSN’s Department of Education. The Lab focuses on rich learning environments to […]

Soccer Stadium Would Draw 50% of Students to Games

By Yessica Casias, Evan Combs, Ashlee Godwin, Aesha Jones, H. Patrick Lombardo, Stephanie Lyte and Ashley Virnoche Fans of World Cup are likely to scream “Goal” if the professional soccer stadium is built in Downtown Las Vegas. In a recent poll of 204 College of Southern Nevada students, 50 percent said they would attend a […]