Stress Affects Students’ Health

By Loren Honea Students’ stress levels are on the rise as the semester comes to an end. There are three types of stress: acute, episodic acute and chronic stress, according to the American Psychological Association, one of the world’s largest organizations of psychologists who lead the field. “Acute stress is the most common form of […]

PAL Humane Society Makes a Difference

By Loren Honea PAL Humane Society saves animals from shelters and places them into loving homes. College of Southern Nevada students recently volunteered at PAL. Through CSN Serves, a service-learning component of Student Life and Leadership Development, students dedicated time on March 25 to help. “Volunteering is extremely important because we are affected by our […]

Students Feel the ‘Bern’

By Sierra Akana, Carlie Cass, Fernando Lopez Duran, Ronnie Gonzalez, Harrison Howard, Loren Honea, Christopher Kilkenny, Ericka Lemus, Anthony MulHolland, Agnes Ndaba, Roxi Sepulveda and Tamara Tindugan. College of Southern Nevada students shared their presidential candidate preferences in a recent poll. In an informal in-person poll conducted March 30 on Cheyenne campus, 112 students were […]

Student Saw Literary Criticism Published in Toyon Magazine

By Loren Honea English major at College of Southern Nevada Alejandra Muneton-Carrera finally saw her dream of getting published come true with her analysis of William Faulkner’s short story. Muneton-Carrera took Instructor Kaylee Baucom’s English course at the College last year, which propelled her interest in writing. A paper she wrote for class titled “A […]