Members of the Residence Life Association demonstrated different forms of divination for students at a fortune telling event in The Hub from 7-9 p.m. Friday.
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Three Dog Night’s “One” is catchy on how lonely being alone can be but sometimes being alone is good for the soul. One time when Three Dog Night is wrong is traveling alone. A solo trip can teach you five main things with the right attitude.
The rangeland department welcomed Bill Whitney, executive director of the Prairie Plains Resource Institute, as he presented his first lecture for a new agriculture course, “Ecological restoration on the Great Plains, and related natural resource issues” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, in the Rangeland Complex.
The Pit’s first Open Mic Night of the year was Thursday, Oct. 20, while Sigma Tau Delta, an honors club for the department of English and Humanities, hosted its second Open Mic Night of the year Monday. From Beyoncé and Justin Bieber, to Edgar Allen Poe, the two clubs kept the crowd entertained.
Featured author and keynote speaker, Jennifer Cassetta, informed students on “How to defend your mind, body, and heart against people who suck” at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Student Center Ballroom.
Music connected 60 high school men from eight schools Thursday, Oct. 20 at the Chadron State Fifth Biannual Men’s Day Choral Clinic.
Steve and Susan Rolfsmeier presented people’s impact through citizen science in natural history preservation as guest presenters of the Tapestry program Saturday at the Chadron Public Library.