Music Festivals are Unforgettable Experiences, For Better or Worse

By Tatiana Solomon Las Vegas’ own music festival Life is Beautiful went off without a hitch in terms of providing a safe unforgettable long weekend of music, art, love and motivational speakers. Sadly the following weekend another music festival in town had a different outcome. “Life is Beautiful is a yearlong movement that culminates in […]

Shooting on Strip Leaves Students in Shock

By Denzel Apangchan, Trey Arline, Taylor Bandy, Taylor Cayro, Brianna Fayerverger, Tatiana Orellana-Tercero, Anneth V. Ortega, Kalani Reyes, Mike Sloan, Tatiana Solomon Mass shooting near Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino took place last night at a music festival leaving hundreds injured and dozens dead. College of Southern Nevada’s community is in shock. Live Nation’s Route 91 Harvest […]

Yoga in the Classroom: New Approach to Mindfulness

By Tatiana Solomon Communication Professor Jodie Mandel brought traditional yoga to College of Southern Nevada in hopes of decreasing anxiety in her students taking speech classes. “I hope to share the gift of yoga by bringing faculty and students together to practice it on campus and helping them understand that yoga is so much more […]

Veganism on the Rise

By Tatiana Solomon Millennials are willing to consider veganism as a healthy lifestyle choice as shown in a recent poll on campus. Veganism, a term many people are unfamiliar with, is the practice of abstaining from eating or using animal products—particularly in diet—including eggs, dairy and cheese. Vegetarians still consume these products. An informal poll […]

Documentaries Detail Unfair Treatment of African Americans

By Tatiana Solomon Two documentary films “13th” and “The Central Park Five” were shown during Black History Month at College of Southern Nevada. Both showed the inhumane treatment of African Americans in this country who were incarcerated. Filmmaker Ava DuVernay, who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the recent Oscars, […]