We all know that childhood obesity is an epidemic in our society today. We also know that without proper education for both the child and the family that the child will grow up in, that there are high possibilities that the child will grow up to be obese as an adult.
CSC Students experienced a slice of cultural variety with the Trick or Treat Around the World and Pumpkin Carving event Friday night. The event celebrated Halloween from various parts of the world and participants concluded with the American tradition of Halloween with pumpkin carving in the Gold Room.
Where’s Casper Scavenger Hunt is one of the many activities that the Xi Delta Zeta sorority scheduled over the “Scare Away Cancer” week last Thursday. Teams of two or four people hunted down people dressed in ghostly garb. Six teams signed up to take on the challenge.
Spooky movies help Halloween feel like Halloween. Combine that with a scavenger hunt for spooky items and you’ve got Fright Night.
The Resident Life Association hosted a session called “Bankrolling College Style” from 7-8 p.m., Monday in the Gold Room in CSC’s dormitory complex. The event focused on providing tips to save money and making...
Elephant cutouts, old book covers, and random scribbling are just a few of the sights that will meet your eye when you look at the Todd Christensen art display in the main gallery of Memorial Hall on display from now until Nov. 13.
Students performed poems, songs and other acts at 7 p.m., Tuesday at the Open Mic Night held by The Pit
The Residence Life Associate, organized Just Dance-a-Thon at 7 p.m., Saturday in the Student Center Ballroom.
Friday, the TV game show “The Price is Right” came to CSC when Curtis Stevens, senior from Ogallala, hosted the game from 9-11 p.m., Friday in the Gold Room. Close to 50 people showed up and joined the game.
Oceanographist Jean-Michel Cousteau spoke at Memorial Hall Auditorium 7 p.m., Thursday.