Daily Archive: April 15, 2010

‘InPulse’ pounds out the vocals in Memorial Hall

‘InPulse’ pounds out the vocals in Memorial Hall

“InPulse,” an a cappella group, performed April 8 at Memorial Hall’s main theatre as the last event of the Galaxy Series, a program that brings the fine arts to Chadron State College.

Shakespeare classic to debut next Thursday

Shakespeare classic to debut next Thursday

Chadron State College’s theatre department is set to present William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” April 22 – 25 in Memorial Hall’s main theatre.

Harrington sets triple-jump team record in Colorado

Harrington sets triple-jump team record in Colorado

Brandon Harrington set the CSC triple-jump record last Saturday with a leap of 49 feet 7 inches at the University of Colorado Invitational Track and Field Meet in Boulder, Colo.

Football sets scrimmage, fun for spring finale

Football sets scrimmage, fun for spring finale

Work hard, stay healthy. That’s what Chadron State Head Football Coach Bill O’Boyle said would be necessary for the Eagles to be competitive when the 2010 season opens.

Retired dean speaks on 1985 planning

Retired dean speaks on 1985 planning

Dr. Pat Colgate, retired dean of education and graduate students, delivered a lecture titled “A View of the Future of American Higher Education as Perceived by Chadron State College in 1985: How Close Did We Come?”

Afghans to relate country’s culture, strife

Afghans to relate country’s culture, strife

Two journalists from Afghanistan are set to be featured speakers at the 2010 Nebraska Collegiate Media Association and Golden Leaf Awards, which are taking place at Chadron State.