Tom Krieglstein, who travels across the country lecturing students about how to maximize their socialize media usage, visited CSC. The event started at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom and lasted for an hour.
The Resident Life Association hosted the second annual fortune telling event Tuesday in the Gold Room.
CSC students got a chance, Thursday, April 14, to get in touch with their artistic sides. Late Night at The Pit sponsored an arts and crafts night which gave students the chance to paint on things like snow globes, canvases and coffee mugs.
CSC’s Concert Choir and Arioso performed challenging and cultural pieces at the Chadron Arts Center Sunday afternoon.
After a day of music at the Arts Center Sunday, CSC Wind Symphony and the Chadron Campus and Community Band performed their final concert of the year Monday in Memorial Hall Auditorium.
Diamonds are Forever was the theme of the formal dance thrown in the Student Center Thursday. The event was put together by the staff at The Pit and gave students a chance to put on some of their best attire and relive those fun prom moments. The event looked just like a real prom with balloons everywhere and even a place for people to have their picture taken. Many people showed up to the event and laughed and danced the night away with their significant other or in big groups as friends.
Six artists had their big moment on Friday in Memorial Hall when they put all of their best artwork up for display.
Vocal Jazz, Guitar Ensemble, and Jazz Band performed Tuesday in Memorial Hall’s Auditorium.
Circus performers with Mesmerie Entertainment LLC entertained CSC students and Chadron community members Saturday in a free show at the Kline Amphitheater.
CSC’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda qualified 10 members for nationals at the PBL State Leadership Conference in Kearney last weekend.
NEBRASKAland magazine editor Jeff Kurrus gave a presentation to CSC students and Chadron community members in three separate time slots this week at CSC.