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Distinguished alumnus, photographer speaks with students

Distinguished alumnus, photographer speaks with students

Distinguished CSC Alumnus and Nature Photographer Dick Kettlewell presented some of his photography to an arts advocacy FYI class and a news journalism class Friday.

Students learn about alcohol abuse, Third World countries

Students learn about alcohol abuse, Third World countries

Monday night raised awareness about alcohol abuse and how Third World countries use every day items American’s use for things.

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CSC student posts bond, released Oct. 8

CSC student Timothy C. Jungquist, 19, was released from Dawes County Jail Oct. 8 after posting a 10 percent of $50,000 bond, following a bond hearing that same day. His original bond was set at 10 percent of $150,000.

 

Pool project ready for Nov. 4 referendum

RN Western Community Health Resources Director Sandy Roes, and John Parton, member of the advocacy group, spoke to Senate Monday about details on the pool project.

 

Homecoming Domination

The Eagles dominated during the homecoming game, winning 40-7 against Western State Colorado University.

 

Parading around

The “Welcome to the Jungle” homecoming parade strolled down Main Street toward CSC’s campus beginning at 9:30 a.m., Saturday. Some of the floats participating in the parade included Newman, homecoming royalty, the Residence Life Association, former CSC President Janie Park, and the CSC Child Development Center. The parade began on the corner of First and […]

 

Senators justify votes on Florida trip

Three student senators wrote the Eagle to explain their votes on Monday’s $18,500 allocation.

 

Join CSC’s wild jungle party

Homecoming: a time of the year when everyone on-campus can use their creative minds and have some fun.

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Oct. 8, 2014

Senate OKs $18.5k for Fla. leadership conference

A 10-1 vote approved $18,500 for the NCSL Leadership Conference trip to Orlando, Florida, in November.


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Man on the Street – Oct. 1, 2014

“How do you feel about people infected with Ebola coming back into the U.S.?”

Lane Swedberg
21, senior of North Platte

“I believe it’s a scary situation but…I believe we have the best resources here in America.”