Stress can be Detrimental if Ignored

By Amber Sampson For college students, stress can either plant a seed of destruction or spring things in to motion. Managing stress relies on understanding how the body responds to it and how the mind can fix it. “Feeling stressed acts as a warning, requiring us to take some action,” says Michael Bakst, a professor […]

CSN Coyotes Make Strides Against Breast Cancer

By Amber Sampson College of Southern Nevada staff and students geared up for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on October 5, run by the American Cancer Society. “The excitement level is high,” said Lisa Bakke, budget services director at CSN and co-captain of the team. “We get to see this amazing wave of CSN […]

Impacts of Volunteerism

By Amber Sampson College of Southern Nevada students and volunteer organizations gathered September 11 at Cheyenne campus for the 2013 Volunteer Fair to seek ways to help and recruit members. CSN Serves, the volunteer and service-learning unit of Student Life and Leadership Development, sponsored the event. According to Alejandra Romero, service-learning volunteer coordinator, the department […]