First-Generation College Students Forging New Paths

By Lizett Camarena For many young people, attending college after high school is a predetermined destiny. It’s often pushed by parents who hold fond memories of their own college experiences and are nostalgic for their alma maters. This is not the case for first-generation students whose parents did not attend college. Those students are forging […]

‘5, 6, 7, 8’ Melt Stress Away

By Lizett Camarena High-tempo music loudly fills the dance studios as students drop in for Latin Fusion and hip-hop dance classes. Most have goals of shedding pounds while releasing stress. There are four weeks left for students to participate in the spring Coyote Fitness Classes at the CSN Sports Center at the College of Southern […]

Student Carlos Holguin Finds Success in Music Industry

By Lizett Camarena Bass cellist Carlos Holguin works hard at school while kick starting his career in the music industry finding early success. Holguin plays an eclectic-musical repertoire from blues, jazz, country to Spanish up-tempo songs. He recently started selling his music through iTunes, Google Play and Amazon. He sold approximately 80 downloads of his […]