As night fell Saturday, the brightly lit Atrium buzzed with chatter, mixed with the sounds of a musician’s viola warming up.
Chadron community members walk to bring light to a sensitive subject
In 2009, Captain Chesley Sullenberger successfully completed the unimaginable by completing an emergency water landing. As the media flooded with the praises of Captain Sullenberger, little did the world know that the “Miracle on the Hudson” left Sullenberger scarred with PTSD.
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“He finally did it. He killed her,” a powerful ending to a moving skit involving domestic violence delivered by Zeta Alpha Kappa at the Skit Night put on by the two sororities on campus, Zeta Alpha Kappa and Xi Delta Zeta.
“Pete’s Dragon” starts with a scene of a couple traveling through the mountains. They have their young son, Pete, with them. Pete is reading his parents a book about a dog named Elliot. As he is reading a deer comes into the road, causing his father to swerve.
A single light illuminates the ebony grand piano. It’s on the otherwise dark stage in Memorial Hall’s auditorium. Black curtains and the cool temperature contrast with the hot, sunny weather outside. When solo pianist...
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