The Mari Sandoz Heritage Society sponsored guest speaker Renee Laegreid, professor of history of the American West at the University of Wyoming, Laramie, last Thursday in the Student Center for the Pilster Great Plains Lecture Series.
A story containing strong emotion and taboo topics, “Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock,” by Matthew Quick, chronicles a teenage boy who sets out to kill himself and another boy, Asher Beal.
A Sam Cikauskas exhibition is on display in Memorial Hall’s main gallery from Monday through Oct. 9.
The first installment of the Graves lecture series kicked off 7 p.m., Tuesday in room 111 in the library.
In three years of working at the newspaper, I have experienced some amazing things. I started working for the paper the first week I was on campus as a freshman; by the second week of classes, I was named the sports editor.
Performing live for the fans at Elliott Field or the Chicoine Events Center is nothing the CSC Eagle Band isn’t used to. However, what they aren’t used to is playing at a professional sporting event with thousands of people watching.
On Monday, the Resident Life Association hosted an event called Organizing Your Life in the breezeway. The event was centered around how students should set up their belongings. It also provided some tips and hacks to help students become more organized.
On Saturday, alumni of Chadron State College gathered in Chadron to reminisce and tour the new rangeland facility on the outskirts of campus.
Why do you like music? “I like music because it is a release from a bunch of stress that I get from other classes. It’s a good opportunity to meet a lot of people and...
On Sept. 11, 2001, I was in first grade, only 6 years old. I don’t remember that day or what I was doing when the planes hit the Towers, but I remember that evening, when my dad got home from work.