The CSC Homecoming Coronation occurred in the Student Center Ballroom, at 7 p.m., Oct. 7 to announce this year’s Royalty Court.
Straight out of “Harry Potter,” Quidditch flew to CSC’s campus Friday, thanks to the organization of Katrina Hurley, 21, senior of Seward, RA of Kent, at the Amphitheater, outside of Brooks Hall.
Picture your typical elementary school spelling bee. Creaky bleachers, stale gymnasium air, proud parents filling the stands, and nervous students, trying their best to stay calm.
What is the key to proper nutrition? That is the first question people ask when they are looking to lose weight, lead a healthy lifestyle or just have overall better health.
It was a cold and foggy morning as members from the community, students, faculty, and loved ones affected by suicide joined together Saturday. They participated in the “Out of Darkness” walk beginning in Wilson Park to help raise funds for vital research and gain awareness about suicide prevention.
When we think of modern games, we think of soldiers getting into epic gunfights, warriors holding mighty swords, and heroes that stand the test of time to thwart evil. We don’t think of scary clowns running around hugging random people. We then see a game like “Dropsy” and wonder, “Who does this appeal to?”
The Kent Hall Kegger is a reminder that you can have fun without alcohol. This statement comes from senior Residential Adviser Katrina Hurley who stood at the door in front of the Gold Room during the party heavy atmosphere last Saturday night.
Firefighters ignited the bonfire with gasoline to get the flames roaring. The cheerleaders and dance team grooved to the music as students gathered outside behind the resident halls to be introduced to the Fall 2015 sports teams Monday night.
Thursday, CSC sponsored guest speaker Kyle Roberson hosted a seminar at the Student Center. Roberson shared his planned happenstance story and his career path. His story also opened to many career opportunities that would impact not only your but also others’ futures.
Andy Martin, senior of Mobile, Alabama, organized the Laser Tag game “Going on a Bear Hunt” from 6-11 p.m., Tuesday in the NPAC Arena.