The Eagle News
“Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind:” 30 plays within a play. If that doesn’t sound tricky enough for you, throw in the fact that it’s timed. This play of 30 plays is performed within a 60-minute time frame, making each an average two minutes long. This play features the neo-futurists, which simply means the cast members act as themselves. They are dressed in their ordinary, every day clothes and are addressed by their own names as the program suggests. It’s a unique and refreshing concept compared to an ordinary play one would see, where actors actually perform as someone else’s identity.
The Chadron State College men’s basketball team fell to 2-19 overall after losing to Colorado Christian University 90-81 Friday night, before being shut down Saturday 87-57 to Colorado School of Mines, Golden.
The Chadron State women’s basketball team suffered a loss against Colorado State University-Pueblo, 77-54, Friday, but were able to jump to the 11th spot in the RMAC with a win over New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, 77-71, Saturday.
Senate announced its budget with the spring semester numbers in, and allocated $48,863 of the $196,793.30 unallocated funds. Senate also amended bylaws for the Activity Fee Board, amid much discussion between senators.
One week after earning two indoor track and field All-American titles, senior Mel Herl, of Eaton, Colorado, hit one automatically-qualifying mark and two provisionally-qualifying marks for the D-II Outdoor Track and Field National Championships in May, broke one school record, and earned gold in three events at the University of Colorado Boulder Jerry Quiller Classic Friday and Saturday.
It is the second week after spring break, classes are dragging along, and the weather is finally getting tolerable. It is officially the worst time of the spring semester.
This weekend, temperatures were in the high 70s with a little breeze, but nothing we all aren’t accustomed to. On Tuesday, it rained, not snow, not sleet, but an actual rain. Summer is around the corner.
I am no stone-hearted individual. I am just as easily swayed by fuzzy, cuddly animals with big glassy eyes as anyone else; but I am also of the opinion that having and maintaining a pet in college is one of the worst and most common mistakes college students make. Encouraging and taking on obligations of another living thing inhibits our time we dedicate to other career-launching activities, while also increasing stress and anxiety.
Over the weekend CSC wrangled two second-place and three third-place finishes in the first Central Rocky Mountain Region rodeo of the spring 2017 season at Gillette College, Wyoming. The men tied for first place with Central Wyoming College, Riverton, each scoring 385 points, while the women placed fifth with 150 points.
Man, the struggle is real…
Even though we make decisions everyday, it’s a struggle.
Some decisions are so easy they are almost instinct.
“Chocolate or strawberry?” Chocolate, of course. “Orange or pink?” Always orange. “Netflix or homework?” Probably Netflix.