I heard a lot of negative things about “World War Z” before I actually saw it. My zombie obsessed friend said she was disappointed in the book to movie transition. It only showed the story of one character in the book.
Author: Sara Labor
Past tall grasses that fall over the cement sidewalk is the Mari Sandoz Center. This building is not, as one student recently commented, the crypt where the bodies of former Chadron State College Presidents are kept.
Imagine your first week of classes. The first day, you wander around, vaguely lost, but by the end of the week, you know the pathways to get to your classes, the turns and the hallways, and where the nearest bathroom is.
Today, trying to find a good comedy can be difficult. Every year, comedic movies come out, but they are often crass, or simply dumb humor. It’s nearly impossible to find a comedy that is not only for entertainment, but also a piece of fine art.
When I signed up for fall courses this year, I felt a strange mixture of feelings. Excitement and anxiety, stress and hope.
Theatre students of the beginning directing class will present their final projects this Saturday and Sunday in the Black Box Theatre.
A television show that has gained much popularity among college students lately is “Adventure Time,” a simply drawn cartoon that has been airing on Cartoon Network since 2010.
There are few words that can explain my disgust and contempt at how what was once a democracy has become a dictatorship.
“Almost, Maine,” written by John Cariani and produced by Chadron State College’s Theater department, is a delightful, funny, and heartwarming play.
If you do come in and treat your server with respect, then put down a 20 percent tip, they’ll remember.