Daily Archive: April 6, 2017
19, sophomore of Gering
“I think it is a cool idea that we’re getting something new.”
Court rules in favor of CSC in professor’s wrongful termination lawsuit
Eight senior CSC art students are exhibiting their work at their art show “Infinity” in the Main Gallery of Memorial Hall that opened April 3.
To raise awareness for testicular cancer and LGBTQ rights, eight CSC students dressed up as the opposite gender for the night and put on a show for the Cancer’s A Drag event Thursday in the Student Center Ballroom. With over 100 students in attendance, it could be argued that this was one of the more popular events on campus.
A new club, Eagles for Life, was approved at the CAB meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Scottsbluff Room.
Please excuse me as I add “shock an alien lifeform to see if it moves” to my growing list of things never to do in a horror movie (or anywhere else).
Hurley announced a detailed schedule of events for Spring Daze at the open forum Thursday in the Student Center.
CSC All-American thrower Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, outdid herself in the throwing events, once again, Sunday at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Tom Benish Invitational.
“I’m like steel mama, isn’t that how we’re supposed to be?” Mackenzi Loyd, freshman of Big Piney, Wyoming, delivers a pathos that slips the audience into gentle catharsis. The Black Box Theatre inside Memorial Hall, bleeds a tear.