Daily Archive: February 1, 2012

Letter: Samuel Parker on ‘Heaven’

Letter: Samuel Parker on ‘Heaven’

I want to thank Mr. Gonzalez for the research he does on this column, but I have some questions about the latest article in the January 19 edition titled, “‘Heaven’ more fiction than fact, thank God.”

Lady Gaga seems more like Lady Gag

Lady Gaga seems more like Lady Gag

I think Christopher Titus said it best, “When did mediocrity become excellence in our country? … Music is dead in 2011 because Lady Gaga lives. Really? Is that the best we can do? Pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-poker face. Really? … This midget with a speech impediment is music, really? This vapid, pop cancer, Madonna mini-me? She makes Miley Cyrus look like John Lennon.” Yes, I don’t like Lady Gaga.

High-tech happenings: Message board offers multimedia experience

High-tech happenings: Message board offers multimedia experience

A fully functioning, temperature-regulated sign produced by manufacturer Daktronics of Brooking, S.D., will soon greet visitors to Chadron State’s northwest corner of campus.

CSCEA awards $500 scholarships to two students

CSCEA awards $500 scholarships to two students

Chelsea Waldorf, junior of Hill City, S.D., and Nathaniel Martens, junior of Newton, Kan., were selected from about 15 applicants to receive the Chadron State College Education Application Scholarship.

Waldorf, a psychology major, and Marten, a criminal justice major, were notified just before Christmas break and were officially awarded the $500 scholarships at the beginning of the current semester.

Senate committee eyes constitution for amendments

Senate committee eyes constitution for amendments

Student Senate has been working on renewing Senate’s constitution for the past few months. According to Vice President James Bahensky, the Student Association Constitution is dated and in need of revision.

More than 20 apply for Snare’s vacant deanship

More than 20 apply for Snare’s vacant deanship

More than 20 applicants have applied for the dean of liberal arts/teaching and learning position, Joel Hyer, dean for B.E.A.M.S.S. and search committee-chair, said Tuesday.

The job opening created by Charles Snare’s recent promotion was announced by the college Dec. 6, 2011.

Committee firms-up plans for time capsule’s contents

Committee firms-up plans for time capsule’s contents

A committee of eight is in the planning process for a Centennial time capsule. It is going to be placed in the middle of the Flag Plaza sometime in late April.

The time capsule is estimated to cost $1,311 and is being funded by the Administration and Finance operating budget.

Gearing up for ‘An Adult Evening’

Gearing up for ‘An Adult Evening’

Memorial Hall’s Black Box Theatre is alive with anticipation. Plywood facades spring up to cover demure black walls. Stage lights ignite, illuminating actors who pace the black floors in practiced patterns.