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Potential CSC fishing club searching for support

Tuesday, a group of CSC students stood at the edge of a pond at Chadron State Park, bathed in the golden light of dusk, smiling and relaxed as they cast their line into the water in hopes of a bite. Gone were the stresses of the impending end of the semester. 

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Cassidy showcases talent in senior guitar recital

Sounds of blues and guitar riffs echoed through the Mari Sandoz Chicoine Atrium Friday evening as Patrick Cassidy, 26, of Scottsbluff performed his senior guitar recital. 

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Jons and Osmotherly present at “World Vision Night”

RLA hosted an event informing students about “World Vision,” a relief group that helps communities around the world, Friday, April 5, at The Hub.

Assistant Director of Residence Life Channing Jons presented a PowerPoint going over what World Vision does to help communities around the world, how people can get involved and the child he sponsors.

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Henna at the Hub

Henna tattoos are popular throughout the world and are temporary on the skin, lasting 1-4 weeks. Over 98 students attended the event, having the chance to either tattoo themselves or receive a free-handed tattoo from other students.

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Mack trumpets talent with senior recital performance

The clear notes of a trumpet rang through the Mari Sandoz Atrium Saturday afternoon as Aydin Mack, senior of Alliance, performed his senior recital.  Family, friends, professors and students filled the audience in support of Mack and hear his performance. Mack’s recital opened with Concerto for Trumpet and Piano by Johann Nepomuk Hummel, featuring accompaniment […]

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Indulge in the city’s cuisines

To backtrack a bit, we split the 16-hour drive to Cardinals country into two days, staying in Lincoln the first night. We chose AmuManu Ramen Bar as our first pick. I had never been to a ramen-specific restaurant, so I was glad we picked a place that I hadn’t visited. I ordered the garlic shoyu, a bowl with chicken, mushroom, egg, cabbage, ginger, chicken soy broth and, of course, ramen. The garlic came in the form of mayu, a black garlic oil a hint of sesame. The combination was heavenly.

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Sato captivates audiences during her last recital

A senior of the music department performed her last recital at CSC Friday at Memorial Hall auditorium.

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Seniors present their final show with “Happy Accidents and Oddities”

Friday’s senior art show reception drew a crowd of about 60 people who filtered through the main gallery in Memorial Hall, as the three showcased senior artists answered questions about their works.

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Avoid mediocrity, at all costs

There I was in fourth grade math, trying my hardest to concentrate on the numbers when they danced straight off my page and began doing an elaborate production to the tune of “My Favorite Things.”

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