“Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind:” 30 plays within a play. If that doesn’t sound tricky enough for you, throw in the fact that it’s timed. This play of 30 plays is performed within a 60-minute time frame, making each an average two minutes long. This play features the neo-futurists, which simply means the cast members act as themselves. They are dressed in their ordinary, every day clothes and are addressed by their own names as the program suggests. It’s a unique and refreshing concept compared to an ordinary play one would see, where actors actually perform as someone else’s identity.
Nobody wants to be “that guy.” The one person that people want to hate and no one wants to be. Everyone especially loathes “that guy” in the airport and on the plane. Avoid being “that guy” with these simple airline etiquette tips.
According to history.com, the exact origins and history of St. Valentine are not completely known. The Catholic Encyclopedia states, “At least three different Saint Valentines, all of them martyrs, are mentioned in the early martyrologies under the date of 14 February.”
But history.com explains that a holy priest in Rome named Valentine was executed on Feb. 14, around 278 A.D., in the days of Emperor Claudius II.
Normally scary movies are not my favorite (I’m more of a romantic comedy kind of girl), but I do enjoy a good psychological thriller. Leave the constant blood and gore behind, and give me an obscure plot. “Split” did just that.
Twenty-four schools from four states—Nebraska, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Colorado—participated in the 45th annual High Plains Band and Choir Festival Monday and Tuesday. During these two days, directors from participating schools attended presentations from CSC faculty on topics relating to music education while students rehearsed for the final concert, which was Tuesday night.
Students learned how to cook various breakfast dishes such as eggs, breakfast burritos, bacon, and hash browns at Cooking With Jazz Monday evening in The Hub.
Banned books are terrible, off limits, and down right should not be read—ever. Or so you were told in high school. I recently read Sherman Alexie’s novel, “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (2007).” If you type “Banned Books” into the Google search engine, this is the first book that pops up. So what’s so wrong with it? Why has it been banned?
Spring break is just around the corner.
The Chadron State College Residence Life Association rang in the Chinese New Year in the Hub at 7 p.m. Friday.
When you first walk into Memorial Hall Main Gallery, the rotating globes can be a bit overwhelming. Roughly 20 spheres of differing sizes are on display.
Dick Termes, an internationally known artist of Spearfish, South Dakota, has created more than 400 spherical works of art since 1968 and now makes a living as a full-time artist.