Category: Lifestyles

Guildenstern, played by Molly Thornton, senior of Riverton, Wyoming, acts like a puppet as Tragedian 2, Nathan Wojciechowski, junior of Gering, is the puppet master controlling what happens Tuesday, during a dress rehearsal of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead’ by Tom Stoppard.--Photo by Sara Tweet

Blood, Love and Rhetoric

“What is the last thing you remember?”

During CSC theatre program’s most recent production, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” this question is repeated multiple times throughout the play as the audience is immersed in the confusion that the two main characters face for nearly the entire show.

King’s ‘Pet Sematary’ is worth the horror

King’s ‘Pet Sematary’ is worth the horror

While the horror genre is one that I have only recently started to delve my way into, my experience with reading is much more developed. Looking into the works of Stephen King was one of the best ideas that I have had to start myself off in the world of fear. He certainly set the bar high for those to follow on my list.

‘ALL MY SONS’

‘ALL MY SONS’

“All My Sons” by Arthur Miller takes place in the back yard of a family called the Kellers in 1947. This play captures the realism of the ability lying has to tear a family apart.

"Meeting of the Minds," an acrylic on canvas painting by Doug Waterfield shown in Memorial Hall's Main Gallery. -- Photo by Sarah Townsend

Artist expresses opinion of life after atomic bomb explosion

Artist Doug Waterfield’s “Doomtown II” is displayed in the Main Gallery at Memorial Hall. The show has pieces of many different mediums and depicts the lives of the people in the doom towns, or survival towns that represent the actual survival towns created by the Atomic Energy Commission to simulate American towns that the Commission practiced bomb tests on

Jamie Utt speaks to CSC students Thursday. --Photo by Sara Tweet

Speaker provides fresh perspective

RLA, Student Senate, and CSC’s diversity committee sponsored Jamie Utt, a sexual violence prevention activist, to talk with students about ways to reduce sexual violence.