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Opinion

From the editor’s desk: Six final thoughts

When I sat down to write this article, I was angry. I was mentally prepared to write a big tell off opinion, spill all the tea and leave nothing left unsaid for my last article.

That, despite my true feelings, is not how this article is going to go. Quite a few things at CSC get under my skin, but anger is not how I would like to be remembered, nor what I would like to focus on. Instead, I want to let you know what I’ve learned during my time at The Eagle.

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News
Opinion

Host families help fill gap for holiday season

It’s officially the season to celebrate the holidays with family and friends.  So often we look forward to getting home after our last finals, seeing family and eating real home cooked food.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Tenth Street Miscellany hosts open mic night and launch party

Members of the Tenth Street Miscellany journal held an open mic night and launch party for the journal’s most recent completion, Monday night, in the Mari Sandoz Center.

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Constitutional Court
News

Constitutional Court rules on veto decision

Constitutional Court publishes their majority opinion and minority opinion concerning the constitutionality of Student Senate’s Nov. 5 veto of The Big Event budget.

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Campus Activities Board
News

CAB donations to aid Big Event’s holiday advertising

In response to CAB Chair Kimberly Hernandez’s request, clubs donated $3,038.92, Monday, toward The Big Event.

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Basketball
Sports

The Eagles’ Basketball team scored a season high 76 points in its first RMAC duel of the season, defeating the Roadrunners of MSU Denver, 76-67, Saturday. 

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News

In memory of President George H.W. Bush

Nebraska State College System Chancellor Stan Carpenter announced Tuesday that classes were cancelled yesterday, Dec. 5, in memory of the passing of George Herbert Walker Bush, 94, on Friday, Nov. 30. The day was observed as a National Day of Mourning to honor the United States of America’s 41st president.

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News
Student Senate

Court supports veto, Big Event allocated $6,000

Constitutional Court has declared Senate’s Nov. 5 veto constitutional, giving Senate the go-ahead to vote and allocate $6,000 toward The Big Event.

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