Hats off to Dr. Seuss

Mar. 25, 2015

In the summer and over breaks from school, I work at a daycare in my hometown. Working there, I spend a lot of time reading books to the kids. As I’m sure you can imagine, most of the books are not that exciting or interesting or even fun to read for a 20-year-old. But, all the kids and I can always agree on Dr. Seuss books.

Secrets shared

Mar. 19, 2015

Frank Warren, founder and curator of PostSecret.com, shared some secrets to a small audience of CSC students at the Galaxy Series event at Memorial Hall March 5 night.

‘Tarzan’ hangs as a reminder that everyone has a clan to claim

Mar. 19, 2015

Disney movies are a vital part of every child’s life. Walt Disney created a legacy while he was on this earth. He has affected so many generations of people and continues to affect them today. As a ‘90s kid I feel that the most affected generation was the ‘90s. From 1990 to 1999 there were 10 iconic Disney movies that were released.

Crankin’ up the music

Mar. 4, 2015

“Tonight, it’s going to be a little bit louder than the piano recitals you might be used to,” CSC Music Professor Charles Carey said while delivering the introduction for Tom Frear’s Senior Guitar recital, last Thursday in Memorial Hall, room 104.

Purity Ring’s leaked album does not disappoint

Feb. 26, 2015

Canadian electro-pop duo Purity Ring is set to release their second album, “Another Eternity” via 4AD records. The U.S. iTunes release date is marked for March 3, but an advanced copy has already leaked to several music blogs.

CSC faculty artists showcase artwork at ‘Art Infinity’

Feb. 25, 2015

Artist features from the CSC faculty art show: Daniel Binkard: Binkard has worked at Chadron State College since 2008 as the college relations graphic designer. His love is the camera, which he first picked up at age 15. His mother, a big influence on the budding artist, encouraged his artistic pursuits. “My mother was an […]

‘V’ channels the power of love

Feb. 19, 2015

“V” is an album with a mixture of slow and upbeat songs but they all have a 1980’s spin on them. There are songs about cheating, new found love, break ups, and finding “the one.”

‘Art Infinity’ shows artistic diversity of faculty members

Feb. 19, 2015

Richard Bird: An artistic sabbatical of sorts drew Bird to glass. After finishing his Masters of Fine Art in Ceramics, focusing on metal processes on ceramics, Bird stayed for an entire semester and worked solely with glass. Under the tutelage of predominate glass-master Vernon Brjacha, this fiery art caught the young artist’s attention, and it […]

Extreme but worth it

Feb. 12, 2015

In the song “Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke says “I know you want it” 18 times. Ignore it, defend it, abhor it; we live in a world where consent takes a back seat to objectification, and where plays like William Mastrosimone’s “Extremities” are more important than ever.

Students use hoax to gain perspective

Feb. 12, 2015

The students of Professor and Department Chair of Education Donald King’s SPED 230: Introduction to the Exceptional Learner class were provided with an opportunity to participate in an activity titled “Nails in the Fence- Victimization Perceptions Regarding Differences.”