Student Senate filled its remaining executive board positions, swore in its president and vice president, and voted on CAB’s president and vice president team at the last senate meeting of the semester, Monday. Senate also allocated $3,230 from its State and Student Activity Fee Accounts.
Author: Kelsey Amos
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.
The Campus Activities Board elected executive board officers for the 2012-2013 school year at its meeting Tuesday.
The new music video from OK Go, made in partnership with Chevrolet. OK Go set up over 1000 instruments over two miles of desert outside Los Angeles.
Tracy Shuck, director of dining services at Chadron State College, has been with CSC for 12 years. Creative Dining Services, or Chadron State College Dining Services, as they preferred to be called, has been with CSC for seven years, but their contract is currently up, so they are reapplying for their position.
Student Senate gathered for a shorter meeting Monday and revised one of its constitutions.
T.J. Thomson, treasurer, reintroduced the newly revised Senate finance committee constitution that was presented to Senate at its March 28 meeting. Senate approved the changes. Club appeals are today. Seven clubs have requested appeals.
The Campus Activities Board allocated money for free movie and bowling nights, and nominated candidates for its executive board positions Tuesday.
Artist Paula Giovanni-Morris explores women’s journeys through her embroideries and beaded Soumak tapestries which are currently on display in the upstairs gallery at Memorial Hall. The thirteen pieces, which glow with vivid colors and beads, mostly explore women’s lives and journeys.
Members of the Campus Activities Board approved changes to their constitution and discussed next year’s Galaxy Series events at their meeting Tuesday.
Members of CAB voted on and approved changes to the CAB constitution that will reduce the number of officers on the executive board and change the nature of the meetings. Luke Wright, president, said the changes will reduce the number of executive officers to four positions.
YouTube user tajuddin brings us a video of Slam Nuba’s Dominique Ashaheed and Ayinde Russel performing “Amand’la” on Aug 7, 2011. Ashaheed and Russell’s performance of “Amand’la” was the show-opener this year’s “Release.”