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Costume hunting can be haunting

Oct. 23, 2013

Alright ladies, it’s that time of year again; the time of year when you decide just how disappointed you want to make your parents. That’s right, it’s Halloween season. Although we look forward to the holiday each year, we don’t look forward to the struggle that comes with it.

‘Face of social work program’ snags scholarship

Oct. 23, 2013

Of the 140,000 members of the National Association of Social Workers- which is divided into 56 geographical chapters -112 student members, two representing each chapter, are selected annually for the association’s scholarship.

Taking a walk in someone else’s tap shoes

Oct. 23, 2013

“Stomp, shuffle, hop, flap, heel, toe.”

Aaron Parkhurst, ensemble dancer in “TAP: The Show,” stands before me. Actually, “stands” is incorrect. He is jumping around, peppering the air with sharp sounds and deftly performing a tap move.

Satirical lines make for a spanking good times

Oct. 2, 2013

There’s something interesting under the new CSC theatre production. Beneath the comical skivvies of Steve Martin’s “The Underpants”, there hides a witty, satirical romp first written in 1910 by German playwright Carl Sternheim. Martin’s adaptation takes Sternheim’s foundation of mockery and sews in what every modern comedy needs: sex and suffrage. It’s not the right to vote that Martin champion, but rather the right of women to choose.

The underpants may sag but the show does not

Oct. 2, 2013

A line from Nathan Wojciechowski’s character, Herr Versati, burned in my mind after I left Monday’s dress rehearsal for “The Underpants.”

‘TAP’ dances into Memorial Hall

Oct. 2, 2013

The second half of the semester will kick off with the upbeat show TAP, the second performance of the 2013-14 Galaxy series.

Hey ladies: it’s tough to be pretty, don’t stress

Oct. 2, 2013

First and foremost, I want to tell every woman out there that I not only commend you, but I also respect all that you do to be “pretty.”

Allies Club switching things up for homecoming royalty nominations

Sep. 25, 2013

Amanda Gibbs, 23, senior of Gering, is Chadron State College’s first tri-gender student to run for homecoming king.

Students offer free language classes on campus

Sep. 25, 2013

Jorge Flores stands in front of his class late Monday night, holding his notes he had worked on the week before. After drawing out the letter R and explaining how it is pronounced in Spanish, he points to a girl in the back row. “ERE?” the girl struggles not to roll her tongue. “Ere.”

First rodeo queen crowned since ’74

Sep. 25, 2013

For the first time since 1974, Chadron State hosted a Rodeo Queen Competition.