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Death Row exoneree relates experience

Nov. 20, 2013

With a somber face but gracious smile, Curtis McCarty took his place behind the podium and began.
“It was a really odd situation that I found myself in,” McCarty said.

Tap with the beat

Nov. 20, 2013

The Sand Hills are alive with the sound of music, provided by CSC’s prolific music department. This past week of performances is only the second in the department’s barrage of winter concerts, and it featured the Jazz Band, Wind Symphony, Community Band, and two personal recitals.

Audience treated to hilarious and heartfelt concert

Nov. 13, 2013

Last Sunday, CSC’s Men’s Ensemble and Arioso, the women’s ensemble, named after an Italian opera term, performed at the Chadron Arts Center, and they brought a few surprises.

‘Generation Dead’ revives a dying genre

Nov. 13, 2013

I’ve noticed over the years that zombie movies and books are all the same. Luckily, even with the same cliché lines, typical zombie behavior, and an easy-to-guess plot, I have yet to become bored with them.

Dance team brings a new step to campus

Nov. 6, 2013

Chadron State College has an extra pep in its step, an Eagle Dance team pep that is. Miranda Obershulte, sophomore of Grand Island and Miranda Miles, senior of Gering with the help of Randy Rhine, president and Aaron Prestwich, senior director of student affairs, have implemented a new dance team on campus.

Fashion sense provides a way to remember those who have died

Nov. 6, 2013

Sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch; we know these as our five senses. However, there is one very important sense missing from the list; fashion sense. With each sense comes a moment of reflection.

Vocal preformance provides a stress-relieving concert

Nov. 6, 2013

Last Sunday, students with CSC’s concert choir filled the Chadron Arts Center with melodic notes. For their finale, the choir sang “The City and the Sea,” an Eric Whitacre cycle based on an enigmatic E.E. Cummings poem.

In the spirit

Oct. 30, 2013

It’s Halloween—time for the spooks, candy, apple cider, and fun.

“Static” more than a break-up album

Oct. 30, 2013

New York based indie-pop duo Cults’ sophomore album, “Static,” has invaded my brain, and I’ve had it on a steady loop since its official release, Oct. 15.

‘TAP’ the night away

Oct. 23, 2013

“TAP: The Show” lit up Memorial Hall’s main stage Thursday with a magical, colorful performance.