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Monthly Archive: January 2011
The artwork of Chadron State College horticulturist Lucinda Mays will be on display at the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center Jan. 24-March 23. The exhibit is titled “The Layers of Landscape.”
On Saturday, the Consuming Fire School of Dance and Nu Delta Alpha, a national dance honor society, staged a production of the classic comic ballet “Coppélia: The Girl with the Enamel Eyes” at Memorial Hall.
Is there any better way to spend a Friday night than watch a psychological thriller? I don’t think so. I was extremely impressed a few nights ago when I watched “Fight Club” for the first time.
The first “Just Words” Open Mic of the semester took place at the Bean Broker Coffee House Friday.
Jeff Corwin, television celebrity of natural history, will visit CSC as part of the 2010-2011 Galaxy Series. The event will take place at 7 p.m., Feb. 1 in Memorial Hall.
After a tough loss against Colorado State University-Pueblo on Friday, the Eagles played the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions in Saturday’s game in the Armstrong Gymnasium.
The Chadron State cold streak continues. The Eagles lost at home 74-69 to the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Saturday for the eighth consecutive game.
Chadron’s Eagle wrestlers lost 23-19 Saturday to the Western State College Mountaineers in the NPAC.
The Chadron State College track and field team competed in the University of Nebraska-Kearney’s Charlie Foster Classic meet Saturday. The team returned home with two new school records.