CSC student arrested

Police arrested Chadron State College student, Brandon T. Mills, 19, freshman of Corona, California, accusing him of one count of distribution of a controlled substance (marijuana) and transported him to Dawes County Jail Thursday afternoon, according to a Chadron Police Department press release issued Friday.

Eagle wrestlers improve season record to 14-1 after 3-dual weekend

Eagle wrestlers improve season record to 14-1 after 3-dual weekend

The Chadron State wrestlers had quite the weekend, wrestling three duals in four days. They wrestled against New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, on Thursday night; Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota, on Saturday afternoon; and Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, South Dakota, on Sunday afternoon. The Eagles won all three duals, advancing their season record to 14-1 with a 10-win streak.

Through the  mind of Temple

Through the mind of Temple

Temple Grandin, professor of animal science,
author, and animal behavior expert, speaks at CSC

6 wrestlers shine at RMAC championships

6 wrestlers shine at RMAC championships

The Eagle wrestlers traveled to Colorado Springs, Colorado, to compete in the 2016 RMAC Wrestling Championships at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. The RMAC partnered with USA Wrestling, the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation, and the U.S. Olympic Training Center for these championships. This was the first RMAC-only wrestling championship tournament since 1996, and it was also the first collegiate wrestling tournament at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.

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CSC student arrested

Police arrested Chadron State College student, Brandon T. Mills, 19, freshman of Corona, California, accusing him of one count of distribution of a controlled substance (marijuana) and transported him to Dawes County Jail Thursday afternoon, according to a Chadron Police Department press release issued Friday.

 

Valentine’s Day is overrated

Growing up, Valentine’s Day was the best. In elementary school we got to decorate and customize boxes that we would later receive our valentines in from classmates, and we would put much thought and time into which valentines card went to what person.

 

Eagles start season 2-2-1 in FL

The CSC softball team opened its season with two wins, two losses, and a tie. CSC dealt losses to Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida, and Palm Beach Atlantic University, Palm Beach, Florida, but lost to Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, and Saint Leo University, Saint Leo, Florida. The game against Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida, ended in a 3-3 tie, due to a rain delay.

 

Super Bowl show promoted diversity well

In Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show, superstar Beyoncé Knowles does what “Queen Bey” does best, she gave an unforgettable, dazzling performance filled with energy. She held the audience captive and made an undeniable statement using her power as a public figure to make a political statement; that black lives matter.

 

Artist expresses opinion of life after atomic bomb explosion

Artist Doug Waterfield’s “Doomtown II” is displayed in the Main Gallery at Memorial Hall. The show has pieces of many different mediums and depicts the lives of the people in the doom towns, or survival towns that represent the actual survival towns created by the Atomic Energy Commission to simulate American towns that the Commission practiced bomb tests on

 

Women’s team climbs in national ranks

Records continue to fall as the Chadron State Track and Field team continues to dominate this indoor season. The Eagles broke four indoor school records this weekend at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational Meet in Lincoln.

 

TBE directors present at Texas A&M

The Big Event is two months away from its fourth consecutive year at CSC, but the committee for this year’s The Big Event has been working since September 2015 to make sure things go smoothly.

 

RD presents on financial aid

Nine students attended a Financial Aid Awareness event in the Gold Room Monday.

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Spring Daze committee to ask for $37k

Monday, Student Senate will be asking for an allocation of $37,000 for a festival event, Spring Daze, April 28-30. Student Senate President Katrina Hurley said that this allocation will leave enough money in the account for the events planned the rest of the year.


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What are you doing for Valentine’s Day?

Elsie Fortune
20, junior of Interior, South Dakota

“I’m going team roping.”