Student Senate will reconvene 5 p.m. Monday, April 16.
Daily Archive: April 11, 2012
“I feel like the Cafe is greasy, I would like more salad options.”
of Durango, Colo.
Chadron State College President Janie Park announced Tuesday she was retiring effective May 11, and that Randy Rhine, vice president for Enrollment Management and Student Services, would serve as interim president.
Chadron State’s Theatre program is driving into “Bus Stop” as their final performance of the 2011-2012 season. “Bus Stop,” written by William Inge, is a play set in the 1950s that follows the story of eight people who are stuck in a diner during a freak snowstorm.
Objective: enemies are to be killed on sight unless there is a surrender.
In order to expand the financial oversight of its three member-institutions, the Nebraska State College System posted a vacancy announcement for a new position, director of system-wide accounting, in January.
Tracy Shuck, director of dining services at Chadron State College, has been with CSC for 12 years. Creative Dining Services, or Chadron State College Dining Services, as they preferred to be called, has been with CSC for seven years, but their contract is currently up, so they are reapplying for their position.
Chadron State College’s inaugural student-produced magazine, ACCLAIM will be a 48-page, full-color magazine detailing the past, present, and future of Chadron State College and its students. ACCLAIM is sponsored by The Media Club, and will be published annually each fall.
The Governor’s Arts Awards was held in downtown Lincoln on April 2. Donald D. Ruleaux, former arts professor of Chadron State College, was one of the honored guests, having won the Excellence in Arts Education Award.
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