What do movies like “Kill Bill’ and “The Parent Trap” have in common? A study by Janice Haynes, assistant professor in the social and communication arts department, reminds us that these movies, among others, all carry a similar trend.
The RLA brought students out to listen to ‘Freakin’ Fables’ Monday in the Gold Room.
In Karin Mitchell’s debut novel, “Between Families,” she creates the story of Seffra Morgan, a 12-year-old dealing with a drug addicted mother.
The artwork of Alison Harris was displayed in Gallery 239 of Memorial Hall and was relatively simple in its image, though upon closer inspection, reveals a lot of detail. The display is in a linear fashion, the drawings lined around the room as though a line were drawn straight through their centers—a reflection of the lines in her own drawings. She uses ink and a small bit of water color to capture the models of her artwork.
Terrie Wood, CSC business professor, gave a lecture on small business and life as part of the spring Graves Lecture Series, 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 22 in the Reta King Library.
Chadron State’s Residence Life Association (RLA) was out for a cause Thursday, as it hosted ‘Cancer is a Drag’, an event put together for the sake of having light-hearted fun while maintaining a serious purpose.
The CSC rodeo team is hosting its annual Black Tie Calf Fry this Saturday. The event is the team’s annual fundraiser. There will be a roast beef dinner along with Rocky Mountain Oysters and live entertainment. Tickets can be purchased from any rodeo team member in advance for $15 or $20 at the door.
With Easter under a week away, the Resident Life Association decided to give the students something to look forward to by throwing an Easter egg hunt in the Student Center.
Lucinda Mays, CSC campus horticulturist, received the Jim Kluck Honor Award from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum March 4.
Nebraska State Patrol Officers Kevin Waugh and Clint Bruhn gave a distracted driving presentation to CSC students Monday in the Student Center.