Author: Sarah Townsend

Opinion

Mississippi law still leaves room for improvement

Near the end of March, a federal judge ruled that Mississippi’s ban on same-sex couples adopting children is unconstitutional. This made it legal for same-sex couples to adopt children in all 50 states. According to a Huffington Post article by Mollie Reilly, deputy politics editor, “U.S. District Judge Daniel Jordan issued a preliminary injunction against the ban, citing the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide last summer. The injunction blocks Mississippi from enforcing its 16-year-old anti-gay adoption law.”

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Lifestyles

CO native writes, discusses life with addict

In Karin Mitchell’s debut novel, “Between Families,” she creates the story of Seffra Morgan, a 12-year-old dealing with a drug addicted mother.

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Lifestyles

Traveling art show comes to CSC

The Sheldon Museum of Art exhibit “The Romance of the Moon: Science Fiction Invades Art,” opened at CSC’s Memorial Hall’s Main Gallery Feb. 29.

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Featured
Lifestyles

Star-filled show dazzles students

CSC Geoscience student Caelum Hubl, freshman of Lincoln, dazzled a small crowd at 2 p.m. Friday, during a scheduled showing of the winter constellations at CSC’s planetarium in the Math and Science building.

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Lifestyles
Theatre

Blood, Love and Rhetoric

“What is the last thing you remember?”

During CSC theatre program’s most recent production, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” this question is repeated multiple times throughout the play as the audience is immersed in the confusion that the two main characters face for nearly the entire show.

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News

Former student enters plea deal; set for sentencing

Former CSC student Timothy C. Jungquist, arrested in October 2014 in connection with a sexual assault, is scheduled for a April 12 sentencing date following Friday’s motion day proceedings. Jungquist entered into a plea deal Friday, agreeing to amended charges in exchange for a guilty or no contest plea.

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Lifestyles

Students learn new tips for happiness

Devin C. Hughes, otherwise known as the Chief Inspiration Officer, visited CSC Thursday night to give a presentation about happiness in the Student Center Ballroom.

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News

CSC student arrested

Police arrested Chadron State College student, Brandon T. Mills, 19, freshman of Corona, California, accusing him of one count of distribution of a controlled substance (marijuana) and transported him to Dawes County Jail Thursday afternoon, according to a Chadron Police Department press release issued Friday.

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Lifestyles

Artist expresses opinion of life after atomic bomb explosion

Artist Doug Waterfield’s “Doomtown II” is displayed in the Main Gallery at Memorial Hall. The show has pieces of many different mediums and depicts the lives of the people in the doom towns, or survival towns that represent the actual survival towns created by the Atomic Energy Commission to simulate American towns that the Commission practiced bomb tests on

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News

CSC student arrested

Police arrested Chadron State College student, Brandon T. Mills, 19, freshman of Corona, California, accusing him of one count of distribution of a controlled substance (marijuana) and transported him to Dawes County Jail Thursday afternoon, according to a Chadron Police Department press release issued Friday.

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