Men’s basketball team mark 2 in win column

Men’s basketball team mark 2 in win column

With the basketball season now in full swing, the men’s team won its first two games at home against Dickinson State University and Montana State University-Northern. The team beat Dickinson State and MSU-Northern with scores of 84-79 and 69-61, respectively. CSC’s record is now 2-1, with the only loss coming from the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

Women’s basketball loses first 2 home games

Women’s basketball loses first 2 home games

The Eagles looking to avenge their loss last week to the University of Wyoming played their first home games of the season against Augustana University—losing 82-52—and the University of Nebraska at Kearney—losing 66-59—in two non-conference match-ups Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21, respectively.

A Profane Performance

A Profane Performance

‘The Money Shot’ shocks audience with profanity and mature themes

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Trial date set for former CSC student

A jury trial for former CSC student, Timothy C. Jungquist has been set for Jan. 28 and 29, 2016, in the Dawes County District Court. Jungquist was arrested by Chadron Police Oct. 8, 2014, in connection with an alleged first-degree sexual assault in Andrews Hall that reportedly occurred Sunday, Oct. 5, 2015, Chadron Police Department […]


Sexual assault speaker provides new perspective

Unlike other sexual assault awareness event, Brian Banks brought a new perspective to students by sharing his own story during his session Tuesday, Nov. 17 in Memorial Hall Auditorium.


CSC’s math, science department celebrates weekly science days

From a young age we tell our children that they can be anything they set their mind to. By introducing ideas early The Math and Science Department of Chadron State College hopes to see those children pursuing these degrees in the field for their future. Science Days is this idea in action.


International students destroy stereotypes

Russians drink vodka all the time; people of Macedonia drive on the left side of the road; all people of Africa live in mud houses; and Chinese are bad drivers. These are some false stereotypes the International Club addressed Thursday, Nov. 19 in the Sandoz Center atrium.


Community members create swag for campus, community

Colorado Blue Spruce, Mugo Pine, Pinyon Pine, Concolor Fir, Wichita Blue Juniper, Arborvitae, Black Hills Spruce, Chinese Juniper, Blue Rug Juniper, Ponderosa Pine and Western Juniper are all types of trees found on campus that were used in this years holiday swags.


Christmas dominates over Halloween at intrasquad scrimmage

Battle began deciding the best holiday—Halloween or Christmas.


Students play stress away with Play Doh

CSC students were able to relieve their stress through playing with PlayDoh at 6 p.m., Monday, in the Gold Room during the PlayD’off your Stress event.


Life-Sized pool attracts students, awards prizes

Martin Moriel, 22, senior of Phoenix, won a white board and movies at the Life-Sized Pool hosted by the RLA last Friday night. Close to 20 people joined the game from 9 – 11 p.m. in the Student Center.

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Nov. 25, 2015

Senate swears in new senator following a resignation

Senator Lara Portillo resigned from her position as a senator on Nov. 19 due to “after school obligations.”

Todd Roenfeldt was sworn in as the new at large senator.

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Man on the Street – Nov. 18, 2015

“What class were you and what were your thoughts on the Hunger Banquet?

Brandi Cwach
19, sophomore of
Geddes, South Dakota
Low class

“It was really good to see the differences. It’s not something we see everyday. It was shocking the statistics for this county are so low.”