Congressman Horsford Focused on Student Success at CSN

By Chris Moxon United States Congressman Steven Horsford met with students at the College of Southern Nevada on Feb. 19, 2013 as part of the newly-launched program “Congress on Campus”. He is working with CSN President Michael Richards to identify ways to assist African-American students in their degree pursuits, as their graduation rates are low. […]

Santa Arrested for Violating Labor Laws

By Chris Moxon He knows when you are sleeping. He knows when you’re awake. He knows when you are bad or good, so be good for goodness sake. Santa is not practicing what he preaches as the song would imply. He’s accused of breaking labor laws. Kris Kringle, also known as Santa Claus, was arrested […]

Latino Academic Success Forum

  By Chris Moxon College of Southern Nevada Latino students comprise nearly 25 percent of the total school’s population. According to Excelencia in Education, an organization that gathers data and analytics to identify trends, CSN has the nation’s highest graduating rate for Latinos pursuing two-year degrees in science and technology. However, Latino graduating rates are […]

Art of Eating at Thanksgiving

By Chris Moxon Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for friends and family to enjoy each other’s company as they devour a feast made for kings. There’s a strategy, though, that can be put in place to embellish the day with careful and precise planning. In the morning a person should have a small breakfast. This […]

Art of Acting

College of Southern Nevada

By Chris Moxon Acting takes an investment of time, creativity, and skills to become great. Hard work is needed though the profession has an unshakeable misconception that actors and actresses just show up and read lines. No one understands this misconception more than the cast in the College of Southern Nevada’s community play“Ah, The Wilderness”directed […]

Stereotypes in Media

By Chris Moxon “Everybody Loves Raymond” perpetuates the stereotype of a lazy stupid husband. “Jersey Shores” perpetuates the stereotypes of women being bimbos, portrayed by Snooki, and men being muscle-head meatballs, portrayed by Mike. “The Real Housewives of Orange County” perpetuates the stereotype that women are money-hungry ruthless vixens. All of these are examples of […]

Help for Hemophilia

College of Southern Nevada

By Chris Moxon Hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder and recently locals donated their time and money to help. On September 29, the National Hemophilia Organization hosted a walk in Las Vegas to raise money to help those with Hemophilia. CSN’s nursing program was one of the top donating teams; the members raised more than […]

Do Video Games Make You Violent?

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By Chris Moxon Video games are the reason why children and teens are aggressive. Is this true or is this a case of misconception? When a child or teenager demonstrates aggressive behavior, the notion that video games are the problem isn’t too far behind. Is this a legitimate argument, or is this an idea conjured […]

How To Survive A Zombie Attack

By Chris Moxon To survive a zombie attack there are five rules people should know. 1. Do not go to wholesale stores (Costco, Sam’s Club) People will be racing to these stores to stock up on supplies. Within a few hours, all survival equipment will be seized. This strategy ultimately takes away precious time from finding […]