Music Can Help Students Study

By Ashley Virnoche Finals are right around the corner. Studying with music can improve cognitive abilities. I listen to music when studying for every subject except math, said Elizabeth Tadlock, College of Southern Nevada student. “When I listen to music and do math, I get lost.” The rest of the time she listens to a […]

Local and Global Issues on Students’ Minds

By Ashley Virnoche This year has been a whirlwind of current events. College of Southern Nevada’s students are concerned with a few issues including a local law-enforcement scandal, national elections and terrorist threats. Rich Bukowski, student at CSN, mentioned the recent issue with a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Officer James Henry who was arrested […]

Don’t Assume Privacy When Posting Images Online

By Ashley Virnoche Popular photo-sharing social-media sites like Snapchat are gaining millions of users. It’s fun to partake but be careful when posting images as privacy is not guaranteed. Snapchat, a photo-sharing social media app, creates mobile conversations. A person can snap a photo or video, add a caption and send it to a friend. […]

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 […]