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
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.
Temple Grandin, professor of animal science,
author, and animal behavior expert, speaks at CSC
The CSC Residence Life Association hosted its annual Fear Factor event Saturday night in the Gold Room.
CSC students learned safety precautions while playing bingo at RLA’s event Doomsday Preppers 7 p.m. Monday. Kent RD, Jazz Bozner, hosted the event in the Gold Room.
CSC students shared their diverse interests through artwork at last Thursday’s RLA event, Color Your Life. The event lasted from 6 to 8 p.m., in the Gold Room, drawing 25 students to sign in.
Diversity Cupcakes is a unique event that attempts to change this thought through customizable cupcakes. It was in the Gold Room Wednesday night and had 72 attendants.
What do gummy bears, Skittles, and M&M’s have in common? Each sweet treat adorned graham cracker creations at the RLA and The Pit hosted gingerbread making in the Student Center Thursday night.
Three seniors—Jerica Rabenberg, of Dickinson, North Dakota; Heather Walls, of Loveland, Colorado; and Ryan Head, of Bushnell—performed their senior recitals this weekend at the Mari Sandoz Center.
A change in setup gave audience members the opportunity to hear the Chadron State College Campus and Community Band and a faculty soloist first during the concert Thursday.