It’s OK to write out of the seat of your pants.
This was the message that Markus Jones, assistant professor of English, discussed during his presentation titled “Shaping the Story” to wrap-up this fall’s Graves Lecture series, Tuesday, at the Mari Sandoz High Plain Heritage Center Chicoine Atrium.
Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D’Artangnan: four unforgettable names for four unforgettable heroes. “The Three Musketeers,” by Alexandre Drumas is a novel that has lasted the trial of time and remains every bit of the epic tale it was upon its publication in 1844.Read More
The CSC version of “Ted Talks” will be revisiting campus during the second-annual Frontier Talks at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the CSC Student Center Ballroom. This event, organized by Capstone class CAP469D The Weight of the Nation, aims to educate the CSC community on steps you can take to improve your life.Read More
Sarah Pierce, guest speaker of Rockford, South Dakota, Oglala Lakota, shared her story on the history of Native Americans, Tuesday, at the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center.Read More