‘Bus Stop’ casually parades its misogyny

Apr. 18, 2012

The CSC Theatre production of William Inge’s “Bus Stop” is a slow-but-sometimes-funny romp through the dated social mores of the 1950s.

Though I was disappointed with the play’s resolution, I was delighted by the wonderful set and the cast’s performance.

‘Bus Stop’ has Midwestern appeal

Apr. 18, 2012

The theatre department did a fine job of bringing “Bus Stop” to life, although the fact that the play was written in 1955 occasionally dated it.

Buffett Rule: tempting, but will it help much?

Apr. 18, 2012

The Buffett Rule is a tax plan proposed by President Barack Obama in 2011. The tax plan would apply a minimum tax of 30 percent to individuals making more than a million dollars a year. According to a White House official, the new tax rate would affect 0.3 percent of taxpayers. The Buffett Rule is tempting, but will it help much?

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Student group offers emotional support to sexual assault victims

Apr. 18, 2012

The Sexual Assault Victim Empowerment group is having a Stand Up Speak Out support group at 7 p.m., Thursday, in the Scottsbluff room in the Student Center.

The support group is offered in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. At the event, group members and a guest speaker will be addressing and raising awareness of sexual assault.

Those who attend will be able to listen to real stories about men and women’s’ rights. Ribbons, bracelets, and CD’s will be handed out.

NSCS to vote on football coach’s salary

Apr. 18, 2012

Jay Long, head football coach, is expected to make $77,500 for the 2012-13 academic year, dependent on the Nebraska State College System Board of Trustee’s approval at its Friday meeting.

Long, who replaces former Head Coach Bill O’Boyle, will start out the fall semester with at a salary 24 percent greater than his predecessor.

CAB representatives vote in new board members

Apr. 18, 2012

The Campus Activities Board elected executive board officers for the 2012-2013 school year at its meeting Tuesday.

Senate supports NPAC improvement, allocates $50k for arena re-flooring

Apr. 18, 2012

Student Senate allocated $50,000 from the Student Activity Fee reserve account to help pay for the new floor in the NPAC at its Monday meeting.

Eagles lose two of three

Apr. 18, 2012

The Eagles women’s softball team keeps sliding out. The athletes played a triple header Saturday at home against CSU-Pueblo, pulling out only one victory. Losing two games with scores of 16-12 and 10-2 and, only one winning one game with a score of 15-7, the Eagles are third from last in the RMAC with a record of 12-21 and a 15-29 overall.

Golfers remain positive after tough season

Apr. 18, 2012

Vince Lombardi once said “Winning is everything.”

The 2011-2012 Chadron State College golf team disagrees.

The team competed against eight other squads in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championship Monday and Tuesday and returned yesterday with a last place finish. But with their season over, they’re taking the loss in stride.