The dead have invaded every facet of media: in books, movies, television, and comics, zombies run rampant.
Author: Sara Labor
Last semester, I had a minor argument with a friend regarding my article about cat-calling in the October 23, 2013, issue of the Eagle. Since then, I’ve thought a little about, not so much responding, but rather carrying on the conversation that I began with my (I believe), slightly misguided friend.
I am tired.
Over the course of this semester, I have stretched myself to the breaking point. And I know that I’m not the only one.
I have a friend who is firmly against television. When I profess my love of Netflix, he disputes it, and he finds something wrong with every television show I watch.
A friend of mine works at the Best Western here in Chadron, and often sees characters of all sorts come through. Two weeks ago, she texted me about the football team that was staying in their hotel.
“TAP: The Show” lit up Memorial Hall’s main stage Thursday with a magical, colorful performance.
There’s channels and channels of new television this fall, and this reporter won’t let the unaware crowds miss all the quality flashing across the ‘tube.
Senators heard two proposals, referring both guests elsewhere, and discussed the leadership conference in Peru.
Amanda Gibbs, 23, senior of Gering, is Chadron State College’s first tri-gender student to run for homecoming king.
The Board of Trustees approved finances for the second phase of the Rangeland Management Center at its Friday meeting in the Sandoz Center Atrium.
The board agreed to fund the $2.2 million project over the next eight years by selling bonds in 2014, which will ultimately help the college keep within the financial requirements.