Author: Spike Jordan
As a military veteran who swore an oath to defend the U.S. Constitution, (long before many of you were even in high school), few things are nearer and dearer to my heart than the freedom of the press. I must also remark that it took considerable gusto and courage for your editorial board to exercise its opinion last week by endorsing Donald Trump for President.
For two seniors, the culmination of four years of work came to a close Monday evening, during a joint senior recital in the Sandoz Center Chicoine Atrium.
I want to lay out some things that might help make the working relationship between the student government and campus media a little more beneficial for us both.
“39 Steps” is Patrick Barlow’s adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 spy-thriller of the same name.
Before you go and see the play, put down this review and go and watch the original (it’s on YouTube), because there are nuances that you might miss out on.
Spring has sprung, and music is in the air!
From birds chirping brightly to the sweet sounds of singers and musicians from the Chadron State music department, the last week has been full of performances.
Nebraska State senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha created a firestorm after controversial statements he made during last week’s hearing on a bill that would allow concealed carry permit holders to have firearms in bars and establishments that serve liquor.
“Tonight, it’s going to be a little bit louder than the piano recitals you might be used to,” CSC Music Professor Charles Carey said while delivering the introduction for Tom Frear’s Senior Guitar recital, last Thursday in Memorial Hall, room 104.
Canadian electro-pop duo Purity Ring is set to release their second album, “Another Eternity” via 4AD records. The U.S. iTunes release date is marked for March 3, but an advanced copy has already leaked to several music blogs.
The Nebraska State College System Policy violations hotline, launched on Jan. 28, 2014, turned a year old Wednesday. The IntegraReport hotline service provides a way for NSCS employees, faculty, and students to anonymously submit suspected violations of policy, procedure, or potentially inappropriate workplace activities 24 hours a day, seven days a week.