Online webseries introduces modern generation to classic novel

Feb. 13, 2013

I had an interesting experience a few weeks ago when I decided to talk to some college students who were not English majors. It was weird for me to be the only one in a group who had read classics such as “The Great Gatsby,” “The Scarlett Letter,” and, an ultimate favorite, “Pride and Prejudice.”

Newest theater production offers sex, sin, and superheroes

Feb. 6, 2013

Chances are you witnessed the viral marketing employed by the theatre department on campus Wednesday in anticipation of “The Vampire Cowboy Trilogy.”

‘Cowboy Trilogy’ is cliché, yet captivating

Feb. 6, 2013

Zombies, inspectors, and superheroes, oh my! If clichés had their own show, the CSC theatre department’s newest play, “Vampire Cowboy Trilogy,” would take the cake.

Vampires, Cowboys, and Superheroes give audience the chance to get their ‘geek’ on

Jan. 30, 2013

Chadron State College’s fast-approaching production of Vampire Cowboy Trilogy brings about excitement for culture-savvy comedy. Vampire Cowboy Trilogy is guaranteed to satisfy the demands of today’s growing interest in geek culture.

A wizard’s ballet

Jan. 30, 2013

A full house crowded in Memorial Hall’s auditorium Saturday evening for the performance of “Off to see the Wizard,” presented by Nu Delta Alpha and The Consuming Fire Dance Theatre.

CSC Student shows off the patterns of Scotland

Jan. 30, 2013

On Friday, January 25, Robert Burns fans around the world gathered to celebrate the venerable Scottish poet’s birthday. Some attended Robert Burns celebrations, where kilt-clad appreciators recited classics from the Ploughman Poet and discussed history.

The Best of Jane

Jan. 30, 2013

Chadron State celebratesJane Austen and the 200th publishing anniversary of ‘Pride and Prejudice’

CSC student passes on support to fellow pageant participants

Jan. 23, 2013

There are moments when pageant participants doubt themselves. A stutter can ruin an interview. Swimsuit and heels on a stage can be uncomfortable. Six judges watch every move. It is, after all, a competition.

Modern horrors exhibited in popular TV show

Jan. 23, 2013

Today, our society seems to be attracted to the dark and macabre. A mix of both the darkness of real life and the supernatural is brought forward in the modern masterpiece “American Horror Story” developed by Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy.

Jan. 16, 2013

One of my peers mentioned in a class that she was an art major. When my teacher asked what medium she worked in, she replied, “I’m more of an art admirer.” I’ve discovered that I am the art admirer.