Music Department organizes fall concerts

Oct. 30, 2013

The music department is bringing a slew of year-end concerts, both instrumental and vocal, this fall. Saturday, the wind symphony preformed their first concert of the year. The concert featured the Brass Ensemble, Clarinet Quartet, and the Saxophone Quartet.

Graphic Design class presents logos

Oct. 30, 2013

On a sunny and very hot Sept. 5 day, the ART 422: Graphic Design Practicum class took a trip to Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota.

Alarm system tripped, no sign of fire

Oct. 30, 2013

Firefighters arrived at the Student Center Monday morning due to a trip in the alarm system in the ductwork Jack Rhembrandt, assistant chief said. There was no fire to report Rhembrandt said, however, he is not completely sure what caused the alarm to go off in the Ballroom. Rhembrandt said people were doing work on […]

Old Admin TVs purchased to promote events, programs

Oct. 23, 2013

Sleek, black, and rectangular.

New course to mark in CSC’s history

Oct. 23, 2013

With advising week around the corner, the history department is offering a new concept course for the spring semester, HIST 465: Process in the North American West.

Senate hears two proposals, directs to other sources

Oct. 23, 2013

Senators heard two proposals, referring both guests elsewhere, and discussed the leadership conference in Peru.

CAB approves $3,500 for student fun

Oct. 23, 2013

CAB allocated $3,530 for events including $1,500 for free bowling night, Saturday; $1,800 for free movie night, Sunday; and $230 for registration fees for the Intramural Flag-Football Championship Nov. 8-10, bringing CAB’s total to $15,390.40.

Senate pres. explains decision on leadership trip

Oct. 10, 2013

In an interview Tuesday, Senate President Jacob Rissler defended Senate’s request for money to attend the National Center for Student Leadership Conference.

Senate allocates $16k for leadership conference, CAB coordinates campus clean-up

Oct. 10, 2013

Senate allocated $16,000 from the Student Activity Fee by unanimous vote Monday.

Winter Storm Atlas causes fatal wreck, knocks out power

Oct. 9, 2013

An early-autumn blizzard hammered the Nebraska panhandle Friday, including the Chadron area, killing three people, downing numerous trees and power lines, leaving hundreds without electricity, and scores of others without telephone and Internet service.