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History students present at Laramie

Apr. 16, 2014

Last weekend the History 465: Processes in North American West class travelled to Laramie, Wyo., for a conference sponsored by Phi Alpha Pheta and the UW History Club.

Art show displays Individuality

Apr. 16, 2014

The “Art by Independents” gallery show reception took place from 4-6 p.m., Friday, in Memorial Hall’s Main Gallery. The show is to remain on display through Friday. It was put on by the seniors of the art department as a way to showcase their art to the public. These seniors include Rob Heckman of Crawford, Christina Ferrero of Bayard, Julya Briseno of Kenosha, Wis., and Macee Kellner of Bucklin, Kan.

Pushing past art norms

Apr. 16, 2014

What is art? Since art cannot be pinned down to one form or purpose, this esthetic quandary has plagued critics for generations.

Classic play made risque

Apr. 9, 2014

When students hear “classic Greek play,” they get a little nervous. Usually the subject of essays, classic plays, like Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” seldom excite the college crowd. The CSC Theatre Department aims to change this, however, with their new production of the classic play.

Sexual humor, phallic jokes make for hearty laughs

Apr. 9, 2014

The Chadron State Theatre Department is performing Aristophanes’ classic anti-war comedy “Lysistrata,” which has been adapted by Ellen McLaughlin, this weekend in Memorial Hall. The play will be performed Thursday through Sunday in the Black Box Theatre.

CSC lights up with story of ‘The Ugly Duckling’

Apr. 9, 2014

Glowing neon puppets lit up the night on Memorial Hall’s main stage, Thursday evening, The creations belong to Lightwire Theatre Company, and Shellie Johns brought the New Orleans-based team to Chadron as a part of the Galaxy Series events. Lightwire, on tour across America, brought two classic children’s tales, “The Ugly Duckling” and “The Tortoise and The Hare,” to life.

Pack the suitcase not the pounds

Apr. 9, 2014

When most people think of traveling, they imagine sightseeing, opening the airplane window shade and seeing the beauty of the clouds below, and even the relaxation (or stress) that is ahead.

Eight-time world champion visits CSC students

Apr. 2, 2014

A cool spring night in Chadron played host to eight- time world champion roper Fred Whitfield, Thursday, with speaking about his career and his new book, “Gold Buckles Don’t Lie: The Untold Tale of Fred Whitfield.”

Medals & Music

Apr. 2, 2014

At first glance, the dimly-lit ballroom looks ready for a simple gathering, with tables laced with black tablecloths, complete with shimmering red, white, and silver strips of material, which sit precisely underneath silver candles grace the table as centerpieces, and name tags placed around the circular tables signify the layout of the room.

The BIG Tower of Power reaches new heights

Mar. 26, 2014

The Big Tower of Power, sponsored by the RLA and The Big Event, took over High Rise Friday night from 6-9 p.m. to give the students a fun activity and the opportunity to sign up for the Big Event.