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Students raise 20K clothes at Nearly Naked Mile

Students raise 20K clothes at Nearly Naked Mile

On your marks. Get set. Go! The 2014 Nearly Naked Mile pulled in not only dozens of half-naked people despite the chilly weather, but also 20, 413 articles of clothing and $1,050 toward St. Jude’s Hospital.

Defense dominates at spring football match-up

Defense dominates at spring football match-up

Chadron State College’s annual Cardinal vs. White spring game took place at 10 a.m. Saturday at Elliot Field. The morning was cloudy, chilly, and fun-filled.

1,300 hands assist in The Big Event

1,300 hands assist in The Big Event

Many hands make light work. That’s the idea behind The Big Event, an international annual day of community service, which came to Chadron Saturday. This year, students flocked to Elliot Field at noon for sign-in, and almost 650 people volunteered to be a part of CSC’s second annual Big Event. With about 70 different job sites, volunteers did everything from sweeping to planting, all in the name of service.

Oglala Lakota tribesman shares spiritual background

Oglala Lakota tribesman shares spiritual background

Melvin High Hawk, an Oglala Lakota from Wounded Knee, S.D., spoke to two classes last week about Lakota spiritual ceremonies.

Chadron Weather

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It is forcast to be Chance of a Thunderstorm at 9:00 PM MDT on July 23, 2014
Chance of a Thunderstorm
97°/70°
It is forcast to be Chance of a Thunderstorm at 9:00 PM MDT on July 24, 2014
Chance of a Thunderstorm
102°/64°

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Senate swears in new executive board, CAB elects officials

Monday’s Student Senate meeting recognized changes and accomplishments made throughout the year. During his farewell address, President Jacob Rissler expressed thanks to all those involved with the positive impacts Senate has made. Rissler said throughout the year Senate provided funds to The Big Event, Nearly Naked Mile, Release Live, water bottle filling stations, gun safes, and new furniture in the Student Center.

 

Student changes his tune

If you asked me at the end of last semester to write a list of things I enjoy doing, you’d be pressed to find singing among them. However, that’s certainly changed after a semester of MUS 103, Concert Choir, directed by Joel Schreuder.

 

Softball team hopes to carry success through RMAC tourney

The Eagles qualified for the RMAC postseason tournament for the first time since 2010, only the second time in school history after breaking the previous school win-record of 25. The team has won 27 games this season, giving them the third seed in the tournament.

 

Personal investment in the area is a big benefit of The Big Event

Some were college students and some were professors, many were from Chadron, while others were from nearby towns. Despite differences, at noon Saturday all of nearly 650 volunteers gathered onto one football field with one goal: to help the local communities under the name of The Big Event.

 

There’s beauty in graduation chaos

After countless cups of coffee, hours of lost sleep, all the papers, projects, mini panic attacks and nervous breakdowns, it hit me.

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Apr. 16, 2014

Senate discusses, passes 2014-15 budget

Turmoil and discussion on the Activity Fee Board’s submitted budget for 2014-15 year, filled Senate’s meeting, Monday.


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Man on the Street – Apr. 30, 2014

We asked: “What are your summer plans?”

Andrew Cameron,
22, senior of Hooper

“I am graduating so I will go back home and travel before I start my job.”