The Resident Life Association’s “Pie Your Favorite Resident Director” left resident directors wiping whipped cream off their faces Monday.
Daily Archive: February 17, 2011
“Where The Wild Things Are” is an adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s 1963 children’s picture book. It is 101 minutes long, and it is unequivocally dazzling.
RLA sponsored “Black History Night” 8 p.m. to midnight Friday in the Edna Lobby. Thirty-nine students signed in for the event, while about a dozen people stayed for the whole event.
War Eagles celebrated Valentine’s Day, otherwise known as “Singles Awareness Day,” by selling balloons as a fundraiser.
The Sith Lord Emperor Palpatine looks for a job in this Star Wars parody.
The Honors Recital took place at 3 p.m., Sunday, in the Chicoine Atrium when eight students performed for an audience of about 20 members by either singing or playing an instrument.
Wine, women, and song were the dominant elements of the second-annual Family and Consumer Science’s Ladies’ Night Out and Fashion Show Thursday.
The Chadron State wrestling team lost 24-19 to the Colorado State University-Pueblo Thunderwolves at home in the Nelson Physical Activity Center Saturday.
Chadron State’s women’s basketball team could not take the win in overtime and the game result in an 80-75 victory for Regis University last Saturday.
The Chadron State track team competed in two meets last Saturday, the Air Force Academy Invitational in Colorado Springs, Colo., and the Concordia Indoor meet in Seward.