Flying Colors

Flying Colors

Color flew through the air as 26 participants met at the clock tower Saturday to run in the third annual “Powder to the People” 5K hosted by the Resident Life Association.

CSC President cuts ribbon on new addition

CSC President cuts ribbon on new addition

In celebration of hard work, dedication, and un-yielding faith, faculty, current students, alumni, and family all came out to show support and gratitude at the dedication of the Chicoine Events Center on Saturday, in front of the Chicoine Center.

Eagles drop conference opener

Eagles drop conference opener

CSC traveled to Golden, Colorado, last weekend to open up RMAC play against the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers. Prior to the game, Mines was ranked No. 15 in the nation. The Eagles battled hard but were unable to win the conference opener, losing 28-20.

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Alumni return for light-hearted competition

Last Saturday’s Alumni Softball game wrapped up in a 3-3 tie. The event took place following the football game and served as a fundraiser for breast cancer.


A well-received welcome

As editors of The Eagle, we occasionally get invitations to special dinners that are happening on campus. Almost every time the Board of Trustees comes to campus, an invitation to a dinner arrives in the newsroom, and every time we get one, we are excited to go.


Amid praises, CSC dedicates Rangeland Complex

This weekend’s dedication of the new Rangeland Complex had a large turnout which included students, parents, faculty, staff, and alumni including former track athlete John Sides who is a part of a three generation CSC legacy and members of the Coffee family who financially supported a large amount of the complex.


Ping pong tournament fosters competition

The Pit held a ping-pong tournament Thursday night. Forty-eight students entered the competition and many more gathered around the tables to cheer on their favorite player. Competitors were ready to show off their skills demonstrating they are the best player on campus.


Novak leads cowboys to 1st place at Sheridan College

The Chadron State College Rodeo team had an outstanding performance at Sheridan College last weekend. The men won the team title with a total of 615 points and the women landing fourth with 210 points.


Letter to the Editor

As a student senator at large, I try to represent the student body to my greatest capacity. In the most recent decision made by Student Senate, regarding Chi Alpha’s concert that was granted allocation, I’ve heard a lot of positive opinions from the student body as a whole.


Email sent to alert staff of phishing scam

Thursday morning, faculty and staff at CSC received an email from Pamela Anderson, secretary to the president, regarding a phishing alert.


Traveling exhibit shows censorship displays

An examination of censorship worldwide from the 13th century to present is the heart of a traveling exhibit from The Humanities Texas, an affiliate of the National endowment for the Humanities, which opened Aug. 24 and runs through Oct. 16 at the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center showcase.

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Oct. 1, 2015

Senate hosts short-notice forum

A public forum on Monday, called on short notice and designed to garner student input on whether to fund a Christian concert sponsored by two Christian-based clubs, saw only a few students questioning the concert, nine members of one of the clubs defending it, and some student senators feeling as if they had no choice but to approve the request.

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Man on the Street – Sep. 30, 2015

“What do you think about Student Senate allocating money for a religious concert?”

Jordon Cooper
22, senior of Big Piney, Wyoming

“I’d rather see funding go to clubs. Make sure all the clubs have sufficient funds before it goes toward other things like concerts.”