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Mystery book keeps readers guessing

Mar. 20, 2013

How I would have loved to meet the ever-famous Agatha Christie, author of “And Then There Were None,” published in 1939.

Wipe some dirt on it, move on

Mar. 20, 2013

Fashion relies greatly on word of mouth. Whether it’s a new brand, style, or an updated version; users will make a testimony on the product.

Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day

Mar. 13, 2013

Saint Patrick’s Day approaches, bringing with it a rainbow of events, parties, and old-fashioned home-country drinking.

New host, new flavors: ‘Release’ makes its way into its seventh year

Mar. 13, 2013

For the seventh year in a row, an excited crowd will gather in Memorial Hall’s auditorium this Saturday to see the spring concert, Release.

Creating a role model

Mar. 13, 2013

Charlie Sampson, the first African American to win the Bull Riding World Championship, strolls across Memorial Hall’s main stage.

Mix and Match

Mar. 13, 2013

Deep in the bowels of Chadron State’s Kent Hall lies the CSC Theatre Department’s well-kept secret. Rows on rows of clothes, shoes, and bags line every wall, and between the rows of plaid skirts, military uniforms, and carrot costumes, a group of theater students tackle blouses and trousers with measuring tapes.

Faculty Show captivates with array of pieces

Feb. 20, 2013

The faculty art show, featuring seven faculty artists, is open now until Mar. 15.

Sandhills to sandy beaches: student encourages opera-tunities abroad

Feb. 20, 2013

While chilly winds blow here, the weather in Australia is a delightful 78 degrees. Many people might be thinking they’d rather be there than here right now. Senior Stephanie Eggleston got that very chance.

Attitude, not shoes, make an outfit

Feb. 20, 2013

I was once told that fashion is the clothes you buy and style is what you do with it, proof that anyone can purchase clothing, but it takes more than money to have style. If you are shaking your head in disagreement, quickly recall your junior high wardrobe. That may have been “fashion” but it […]

Art department moulds new course

Feb. 20, 2013

Tjantings, mandrels, and harness looms; dye projects hanging from a clothesline traveling across the room; soft classical music playing in the background: vibrant colors everywhere; this is the environment of the Creative Crafts class taught by Richard Bird, professor and department chair of visual and performing arts.