Day: April 6, 2017

Man on the Street
Opinion

How do you feel about the new sports complex?

Dakota Wademan
19, sophomore of Gering

“I think it is a cool idea that we’re getting something new.”

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Breaking News
News

CASE CLOSED

Court rules in favor of CSC in professor’s wrongful termination lawsuit

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Campus Events
Lifestyles
Reviews

8 seniors showcase talents

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.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Drag show: ‘highlight’ of the week

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.

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Campus Activities Board
News

Eagles for Life club joins CAB

A new club, Eagles for Life, was approved at the CAB meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Scottsbluff Room.

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Lifestyles
Reviews

Horrifying sci-fi flick not for faint-hearted

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).

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News
Student Senate

Senate reminds students of Spring Daze schedule

Hurley announced a detailed schedule of events for Spring Daze at the open forum Thursday in the Student Center.

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Sports
Track & Field

Herl resets 2 throwing records

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.

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Lifestyles
Reviews

‘Yonkers’ deserves praise

“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.

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