Blood Drive Saves Lives

By Paulina Carrillo Trying to make a difference in the community the Student Nurses’ Association at College of Southern Nevada sponsored a blood drive for the American Red Cross. “CSN is a great place to get blood donated because students are often willing to do that,” said Catharine Rinehart, business development manager at the American […]

Ghosts ‘n Goblins

By Soni Brown, Paulina Carrillo, George Gonzales, Percy Hinton, Adrianne Jackson, Jordan Johnson, Ariel Rodriguez, Kim Trejo and Jessica Vargas Halloween spirit creeps in at the College of Southern Nevada with decorations, contests, games and costumes. Students and staff prepared for the holiday with fun activities and an enjoyable spooky vibe. “We really wanted to […]

Meaningful Return for Artists in “Ground Zero” Exhibit

By Paulina Carrillo “Ground Zero” captivated museum goers at the Artspace Gallery located on Cheyenne campus. Past students of the art program at College of Southern Nevada sent in their art works to be displayed during the exhibit through Oct. 17. They did so to show appreciation for the education they received at CSN and […]

Why Wait in Line, CoyoteQ Can Save You Time

By Paulina Carrillo CoyoteQ is a new virtual system implemented at College of Southern Nevada that enables students to get in line for services by logging in to hold their spots rather than standing in line. The Q allows students to reserve a spot for many services: registrar, financial aid, testing center, cashier, disability resource […]

Self-Defense Program for Women

By Paulina Carrillo Rape Aggression Defense Systems is a free monthly self-defense program offered to all women at College of Southern Nevada. The program is instructed by CSN’s police officers. Carolyn Downey, RAD instructor and police sergeant at CSN’s police department, said there’s a remarkable change in the women who join the program from when […]