The Eagle News
Alejandro Garcia, senior of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, concluded an impressive final cross country season as CSC’s first to compete at the NCAA D-II Men’s Cross Country Championships Nov. 19 in St. Leo, Florida.
The State of Nebraska tax revenues have fallen below the projected levels due to the agricultural portion of the economy not flourishing as it has in the past several years, according to Nebraska State College System Chancellor Stan Carpenter.
We have probably all seen the lists on Facebook and BuzzFeed about signs and signals that indicate finals are coming. Admit it, you have probably spent time reading and sharing those lists to avoid actually doing homework.
Those lists are entertaining and good time killers, but those lists are not always 100 percent accurate for Chadron State. To solve that issue, I present:
Signs that Finals Week is Coming, CSC Edition
Herl qualifies for Nationals in 1st meet, sets school record by 7 feet
I remember a bitterly cold morning whilst working in a coffee shop; a woman reached to me with her mint $20 bill, “Will you put this money in a cup and pay for the car’s drinks behind me?”
There would be no way for the next party to credit her with the deed, but she drove off with a chipper disposition anyway.
Three senators—Carly Slaght, Teryn Blessin, and Denae Schillings—Senate Secretary Olivia Vester, and Senate President Katrina Hurley mentioned three topics at an open forum hosted Thursday in the Student Center to hear students’ opinions on issues.