One Love Promotes Acceptance of LGBT Community

By Fabiola Marzano One Love, an organization at the College of Southern Nevada, supports the openness and acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students. One Love held a special film screening and discussion panel on March 25 to bring awareness to the LGBT community, in hopes of deepening understanding. The film “Before Stonewall”, an […]

What Thanksgiving Means to Me

By Douglas Farra Your Guide to Gratitude: There is holiday cheer in the air and a need to find gratitude for the year. Figuring out how to be grateful seems to be challenging for some. The holiday experience can become busy and stressful with all the responsibility, family and “life” that people deal with. Here […]

Writing is a Craft Worth Perfecting

By Fabiola Marzano Take advantage of programs offered at the College of Southern Nevada at no additional cost. One program in particular is the writing center. This is a place students can go to perfect their writing skills. The writing center offers tutoring assistance for students to work on: understanding assignment prompts, perfecting the writing […]

High School Students Headstart in College

College of Southern Nevada

By Fabiola Marzano College of Southern Nevada established an academic program for juniors and seniors in high school to get a head start on their college degrees. Clark County School District and CSN allow students to earn high-school and college credits at the same time. The program is called CSNHS. Since January 1996, CSNHS has […]

CSN Baseball Revitalized by Coach Garritano

By Fabiola Marzano Baseball at the College of Southern Nevada has a history of training players to go pro. In 2010, Bryce Harper, an outfielder, was the number-one draft pick who went pro with Washington Nationals. In the past, CSN baseball team advanced to the Junior College World Series and saw nine players drafted, according […]

No Cell-Phone Etiquette

College of Southern Nevada

By Fabiola Marzano Students and faculty members confess their personal dislikes about cell-phone behavior and usage at the College of Southern Nevada. CSN Recruitment Coordinator Kimiko Walton states, “Cell phones have increased the ability to communicate, but people should still prioritize human contact and always be aware of their surroundings when talking.” In some cases, […]

Ballet Benefit for CSN Homeless Students

College of Southern Nevada

By Fabiola Marzano When a person lives on the streets during the days and sleeps in shelters through the nights, help is needed to overcome some hardships.  In 2008 the College of Southern Nevada along with Silver State Schools Credit Union created the High 5 Drive, which is a joint effort focusing on raising money […]