Vote on who you thought won CSC’s Student Senate Debate on Thursday night.
When students hear “classic Greek play,” they get a little nervous. Usually the subject of essays, classic plays, like Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” seldom excite the college crowd. The CSC Theatre Department aims to change this, however, with their new production of the classic play.
The Chadron State Theatre Department is performing Aristophanes’ classic anti-war comedy “Lysistrata,” which has been adapted by Ellen McLaughlin, this weekend in Memorial Hall. The play will be performed Thursday through Sunday in the Black Box Theatre.
Kylee Polsley grew up eight hours east of Chadron in Omaha, and during her final two years of high school attended Omaha Skutt. While at Skutt, she garnered attention on some impressive high school teams. In her junior year, the Skyhawks finished runner-up at state and her senior season in 2009, they finished fourth with Polsley earning All-Nebraska recognition.
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Student Senate president and vice president candidates took the stand today for the Presidential Debate in the library.
Glowing neon puppets lit up the night on Memorial Hall’s main stage, Thursday evening, The creations belong to Lightwire Theatre Company, and Shellie Johns brought the New Orleans-based team to Chadron as a part of the Galaxy Series events. Lightwire, on tour across America, brought two classic children’s tales, “The Ugly Duckling” and “The Tortoise and The Hare,” to life.
Imagine a young person going in for their first job outside of college. They go through the process and two weeks later they are learning how everything works in their new career.
The CSC golf team finished sixth, with a score of 730, at the Maverick Spring Invitational hosted by Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, Monday and Tuesday. The team shot 371 on Monday and 359 Tuesday.
There was no delaying the news out of Fort Hood, Texas, last Wednesday; another tragic shooting rampage.
Apr. 9, 2014
Chief Justice Jon Lordino announced the candidates running for Senate positions, include Dillon Spies and Nate Jones for Senate President; Taylor Strong and Garrett Lower for Vice President; Lindsey Schanaman, Tim Jungquist, Hannah Love, Asia Carr, Evan Baker, Josh Keating, and Taylor Strong for Senators-at-Large; Tileen Sullivan and Eryne Knipple for Senators of B.E.A.M.S.S.; Annie Johnson and Dalton Boden for Senators of E.H.P.C.P.S.W.; Mikayla Gallagher, Courtney Bustillos, Katrina Hurley, and Sarah Townsend for Senator of Liberal Arts.