Daily Archive: January 19, 2017

Relationships don’t have to be fairy tales

Relationships don’t have to be fairy tales

Tuesday evening, Stacy Nadeau, professional speaker, discussed common themes of Disney princess movies, chick-flicks, and romantic comedies with the nine women in attendance. Nadeau explained why it is important for women to critically think about where we get our ideas about relationships and our ideas about beauty.

CSC students and faculty, and Job Corps students slap hands with Chadron elementary students Monday as they join the Martin Luther King Jr. Day March down Shelton St.—Photo by Melanie Nelson

Remembering the Dream

Chadron State College hosted a full day of events Monday to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day, including presentations, a march, and Open Mic Night.

The Struggle is Real: Living the 2nd semester struggle

Man, the struggle is real…
We are now two weeks into the new semester. We breezed through syllabus week all too quickly, and now we are onto the real dirt and hard work, assignments are piling on, and we might even have a few quizzes and tests coming up soon.

Throwers dominate at Myrle Hanson

Throwers dominate at Myrle Hanson

Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, led the CSC women’s track and field team throwers in sweeping the first five places in the weight throw competition Saturday at the Myrle Hanson Memorial Open Meet at Black Hills State University, Spearfish, South Dakota.

MLK Day: A forgotten holiday

MLK Day: A forgotten holiday

As Americans we celebrate many holidays without knowing the true meaning of the holiday or recognizing the person who is being honored on the day. Such is the case for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.