The Diversity Cupcakes event was in the Gold Room Wednesday with more than 20 students showing up. It was hosted by the resident assistants Kate Chesterman, 20, junior of Bertrand; Stephanie Wilson, 22, senior of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Courtney Munger, 20, junior of Newcastle, Wyoming; and Chelsea Haynes, 20, junior of Auburn.
J.K. Rowling’s first “Harry Potter” book was released nearly two decades ago and not only is her series the most popular in publishing history with 450 million copies sold worldwide, according to thedailybeast.com, but her imaginary game, Quidditch, has become a reality around the world and at CSC, minus the flying broomsticks and magical balls, of course.
Homecoming festivities kicked off Monday, Oct. 4, with a pep rally in Armstrong Gymnasium. The event was originally planned to be outside, but due to a poor weather forecast, was moved inside.
Wednesday night’s Homecoming festivities brought another year of historic CSC tradition with the lighting of C-Hill, and excitement with the announcement of this year’s Homecoming court.
Students, faculty, staff, and community members filled Main Street for the “Eagle Days” themed Homecoming parade at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
The CSC Alumni Office distributed five awards and celebrated the graduating classes of 1965-66 at the 2016 Homecoming Luncheon Saturday in the Student Center Ballroom. Three Distinguished Young Alumni Awards, one Distinguished Alumni award,...
It’s been over a decade since I purchased it, but there is still one CD that I will never get sick of popping in my car stereo, Shania Twain’s “Greatest Hits” album. I will play it on repeat until I physically cannot sing one more round of “Honey, I’m Home.”
A giant alligator, lost orphan boys, pirates, mermaids, and native jungle people all in a play together seems familiar, but this play was not the well-known and loved Disney’s “Peter Pan.” Instead we are witnessing Rick Elice’s “Peter and the Starcatcher.”
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