The Chinese call it Chi, the Navy from “Avatar” calls it the Tree of Life, and Leslie Caswell calls it a “belly breath.”
Daily Archive: March 31, 2011
Sara Bareilles covers Beyonce’s song “Single Ladies.”
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The “Gotcha!” event has taken CSC by storm this week as over 130 students and faculty participate in the campus-wide event. “The turnout is beyond my expectations,” said Nathan Pindell, “Gotcha!” coordinator and referee. “Especially the faculty turnout. I wasn’t expecting that.”
The best part about a campus-wide Nerf gun war? The paranoia, of course.
On March 8, the women’s vocal ensemble, Arioso, ventured to Salzburg where Spider Man jumped out of a bar, squatted in front of us, and attacked with his invisible webs. “Fat Tuesday” in Austria is apparently more festive than Halloween in the United States.
Jazzlynn Seumalo, 20, junior of Bremerton Wash., sings “Notice You” by Wiremu Hohaia during High Rise Open Mic Night on Thursday in the Student Center Lounge. — Photo by Kinley Q. Nichols
The U.S. Air Force Academy’s Stellar Brass Band is set to perform at 7:30 p.m. April 7, in the Chadron Arts Center located on the corner of Fourth and King street.
An RLA event helped students understand old age through a series of activities in the Student Center Ballroom.
All 32 teams in the National Football League were issued a player to be nominated for EA Sports’ Madden NFL 12 Cover Vote Campaign.