Chief of Chadron Police Tim Lordino, of Scottsbluff, answers students’ questions during the “Coffee with the Cops” at the CSC Student Center, Sept. 1.
Daily Archive: September 10, 2010
Mark Schuessler, of Crawford, sings an old American song he learned when he was three entitled “Good Peanuts” last Friday during Mixed Mic at the Bean Broker Coffee House.
The Nebraska State Board of Education called upon Gov. Dave Heineman and the Nebraska Legislature to protect education funding in resolution approved last Thursday.
Faculty and students of the Chadron State College Physical and Life Sciences Department will present personal accounts of their experiences in science and providing medical aid in other countries during the new “Science Abroad” series.
Ann Buchmann, associate professor of physical and life sciences, will open the series next Thursday with a presentation about her experiences in Tanzania entitled “Stealth, Speed, and Support: Strategies of Predators and Prey in East Africa.” It will be 5 p.m. in Math and Science Building room 144.
Future talks will feature students Jacob Zitterkopf of Scottsbluff and Ashley Maxon of Laurel, who will speak about their summer experiences in working in health care in Argentina.
The presentations are free and open to the public. For a complete list of speakers and times, contact Buchmann at 432-6055.
Yes, many users of Twitter are idiots. There, I said it. Lifestyles Editor Adrie Ashford will be thrilled. But don’t think that means I’m against Twitter.
Chadron State College’s Dorset Graves Lecture Series is set to begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Reta E. King Library room 108.
Gary White, dean of business, entrepreneurship, applied and mathematical sciences and sciences, will kick off the biweekly series with a lecture titled “Cultural Experiences Building International Programs.”
Shawn Hartman, assistant director of the library, said, “The series provides a way to highlight all the intelligent people on campus and the rest of the community.”
The series began in fall 2006 and is named in honor of Dorset Graves, professor emeritus. Graves was a full-time faculty member at CSC for 32 years before retiring in 1990.
The lectures are free and open to the public and feature light refreshments. For more information contact Hartman at 432-6271.
When I tell people that I have breakfast every day and that I actually enjoy it, I usually get surprised looks from them and a lot of inquiries about how a human being is...
The Chadron State Volleyball team returned home from the University of Nebraska-Omaha after a few tough losses this weekend in UNO’s tournament.