Holiday Cards for Heroes

By Stephanie Santana Holiday Cards for Heroes, a card-making event, was held Nov. 20, 2012 at the College of Southern Nevada. The CSN club Students Making a Difference worked with the American Red Cross to craft a few hundred holiday cards that will be distributed to our military men and women around the world this […]

McGee Makes Music

By Stephanie Santana Music flows in the halls of the Department of Fine Arts at the College of Southern Nevada thanks to Professor Richard McGee. Hitting the right note led him to his destiny, which was to teach music at CSN. According to faculty biographies on CSN’s website, McGee moved to Las Vegas in 1981 […]

CSN President Connects with Students

College of Southern Nevada

By Stephanie Santana In other college institutions there are many gatekeepers between the students and the upper administration. It is unique for a college president to take time out of his or her schedule to sit down for roundtable discussions with students and staff to hear real concerns. At the College of Southern Nevada, President Michael […]

Obama Rally Last Plea to the Electorate

By Stephanie Santana and Ricardo Torres National media, tight-knit security, hundreds of enthusiastic voters and even protestors were present at the political rally on November 1 at the Cheyenne Sports Complex next to the College of Southern Nevada’s campus. Nevada is instrumental as a swing state. That is why President Obama has repeatedly visited in […]

CSN is Worth the Investment

By Stephanie Santana The College of Southern Nevada offers good education at a reasonable price in comparison to other schools around the valley. College of Southern Nevada student Christian Manabat says, “One of the reasons why I chose to continue my education here at CSN is the fact that the tuition fee over here is […]

Student Fashion Tips: Reduce, Reuse, Recreate

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By Stephanie Santana Tuition fees increased and book prices rose cutting into students’ budgets for their clothing. According to Marinette Canlas, a student of the College and a fashion blogger, looking good doesn’t have to suffer because of the downfall in the economy. A lot of students on campus are on a budget, just like […]