Day: October 4, 2018

Lifestyles

Student performs solo recital

Clarinetist Bryony Trump, senior of Sterling, Colorado, performed her half recital, Sunday, at the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center’s Chicoine Atrium. Trump, accompanied by Bobby Pace, performed two solo pieces as partial fulfillment of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Music.

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Opinion

To wear or not to wear: Adult halloween costumes

Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and … a sexy witch costume?

Now that we’re in the spooky month, we can expect to  see a slew of Halloween decorations filling the shelves and selling out just as quickly. Of these items, adult costumes are at the top, meaning more adults are getting in on the festivities.

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Columns
Opinion

Post what feels right

Over the last few days I have noticed a rise in supporting body acceptance on social media. Influencers on Instagram are posting “bare face” photos with captions supporting their natural look. I see some of my friends postings photos of them just waking up with captions like “I woke up like this #flawless.” 

After seeing so many people follow this trend that seems to fluctuate throughout the year, I decided to comment on it as well. 

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Golf
Sports

Golfers win titles in South Dakota

Short two players, the Chadron State College women’s golf team won team and individual titles at the South Dakota Mines’ Hardrocker Invitational in Rapid City, South Dakota, held Monday and Tuesday.

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News
Student Senate

Opinion hearing held for unexcused senator absences

Senate brought in Marlys Brenning, 21, senior of Culbertson, for an opinion hearing of Klueber V. Tedesse due to an unexcused absence of Natneal Tedesse, junior of Chadron, Monday. 

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Campus Events
Lifestyles
Theatre

CSC presents the Neil Simon classic comedy ‘The Odd Couple’

In a messy New York apartment in the 1980s, four women sit around a table playing Trivial Pursuit while another scrounges the kitchen for refreshments. It’s a hot summer night and the air conditioner in the apartment is broken.

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Football
Sports

Big plays lift Eagles past Mountaineers

It didn’t take long for the Eagles to jump out to a lead against the Western Colorado Mountaineers, Saturday, at Don Beebe Stadium, as CSC rode early momentum to a 40-22 homecoming victory.

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Rodeo
Sports

Cowboys, Cowgirls place at CWC

When the dust settled at the Central Wyoming College Rodeo in Riverton, Wyoming, this past weekend, two CSC cowboys took first in their events.

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Featured
News

Paul Turman selected as NSCS chancellor-designate

The Nebraska State College System announced Paul Turman, Ph.D., as the next chancellor-designate, Monday. 

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