Li’l Bit, played by Rebecca French, 19, sophomore of Alliance, grasps her torso in CSC Theatre production “How I Learned to Drive,” by Paula Vogel.
Daily Archive: February 10, 2011
The CSC Theatre’s production of Paula Vogel’s 1997, award-winning play, “How I Learned to Drive” opens tonight in the Black Box Theatre, Memorial Hall.
Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like the CSC Theatre Department loves to make us revel in the dark underbelly of humanity with its Black Box productions. Personally, I love them for it.
Two girls dance with words written on their bodies to Daft Punk’s “Harder Better Faster Stronger.”
Daniel King, 26, senior of Manville, Wyo., eats cake sans silverware at the Happy 100 CSC Late Night at The Pit 9 p.m., Feb. 3.
A participant of RLA’s Chinese New Year creates and decorates a Chinese paper lantern as part of the festivities planned for the event.
Decorations litter a table Saturday in the lobby of Edna Work at the “Can you feel the love?” event.
Chadron State’s volleyball team signed a head coach to replace Amy Spruieill, who resigned in November after the 2010 season. Natasha Marquis of King City, Calif., was the graduate assistant for the University of Nebraska-Kearney Lopers since 2008.
The Eagle women’s basketball team lost Friday and Saturday to end its three-game winning streak. Western State University broke Chadron’s streak with a 77-63 win, shooting 68 percent in the second half in Paul Wright Gym in Gunnison, Colo.
Chadron State College is looking to “ruck and maul” again with a club sport for women and men in the second most played game in the world, rugby. On Feb. 17-18, the head coach from Wayne State University will be on hand to condcut two practices for new players interested in playing rugby, and stressing, “no experience necessary.”