To drop the F-bomb at least 62 times, according to my tally, in a two-hour time span of a play with four cast members could be considered a nearly impossible feat. But that’s what the cast of“The Money Shot” did in Tuesday night’s dress rehearsal. But don’t worry, other colorful profanity also decorates the dialogue.
Imagine not knowing when you would have a full meal next. For many people in our world, knowing where the next meal is coming from and when it is coming is a luxury. Those people who don’t have that luxury are typically pictured to live in famine-ridden countries, but it may surprise some to find out that people in every single community in the United State are suffering from hunger.
“My grandma can run faster than you!”
That is what a 6-year-old Jayme Nunes yelled at the runners when her father took her to watch a cross country race for the first time. Little did Jayme know that she would join those runners in their mad-dash for the finish line.
The Residence Life Association, RLA, organized The Beauty of Diversity event for CSC students at 8 p.m., Monday in the Gold Room.
Breaking bad New Year’s habits may not be as difficult as it seems. A new year is right around the corner, and for most people now is the time they start creating their great New Year’s resolutions. For some people these don’t even revolve around health or nutrition at all, but the majority of them do. These range from crazy obnoxious ideas of losing 100-200 pounds within the whole year, to completely cutting something out or “cold turkey.”
TJ Aanenson, 19, freshman of Curtis, won a 32 inch TV at a pool tournament hosted by The Pit last Thursday night.
Saturday night, the Student Center was filled with students running around, answering questions, trying to finish tasks to find the killer in the Life-size Clue Game. The event was hosted by the RLA from 9-11 p.m. in the Student Center. More than 30 people showed up and joined the game.
A crowd of nearly 200 people gathered to listen to the Chadron State College Community and Concert choirs’ performances on Sunday.
Science enthused third, fourth and fifth grade students excitingly entered the Math and Science building early Saturday morning. They enjoyed a day with CSC science and education majors as they learned about sending rovers to Mars. They plan to explore a simulated Mars landscape and even tiny Martians, with hopes that their rover will complete the mission. The elementary school students would get the opportunity to video chat with Greg Peters, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Research Staff of Pasadena, California.
Through a joint efforts of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Week, IEW, will be celebrated across the nation Nov. 16-20.