Monthly Archive: October 2010

Eagles miss the target against Lopers

Eagles miss the target against Lopers

Chadron State football came up short last Saturday against the University of Nebraska-Kearney Lopers 35-21. The team did not score a single point until the fourth quarter.

Food party invites students to ‘Taste The World in a Few Hours’

Food party invites students to ‘Taste The World in a Few Hours’

A food tasting party co-sponsored by Residence Life Association and the CSC International Club is scheduled for 7 p.m. tonight in the Student Center Ballroom.

Students freshen up C-Hill for Lopers game

Students freshen up C-Hill for Lopers game

Students from the STRIVE/TRIO programs painted the concrete “C” emblazoned on C-Hill and cleaned up prairie grass that had over-grown the site Wednesday afternoon. This was done in preparation of Saturday’s football game, when the Eagles will face off against UNK’s Lopers.

Art takes root: trees on display

Art takes root: trees on display

An exhibit by Shane Haley, a graduate of University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is currently located in Memorial Hall. Most are graphite drawings, but a few are acrylic paint on canvas. The drawings all have tree-like figures.

How to ape a Jersey Shorian

How to ape a Jersey Shorian

Sometimes when I am very bored and I feel my eyes glazing over, I find it ridiculously entertaining to flip back and forth between random channels. During one of these channel-flipping sessions, I wound up comparing a story about apes on the Discovery Channel to the cast of MTV’s hit show, “Jersey Shore.” Surprisingly, the story lines are interchangeable!

Two cowboys snag second

Two cowboys snag second

Bareback rider Whitten Hoover, junior of Ainsworth, and steer wrestler Tyrel Bonnet, junior of Newell, S.D., both placed second in their events at the Lamar Community College rodeo this past weekend in Lamar, Colo.

Theatre bellyflops with ‘Ballyhoo’

Theatre bellyflops with ‘Ballyhoo’

The cast and crew of the CSC theatre department obviously put a lot of time and effort into the production of The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Unfortunately, the static plot, stereotypical characters, and flat portrayal of southern Jewish culture resulted in an unmemorable performance.