Wow, what a ride! With three event-winners, one runner-up, the all-around cowboy, and the men’s championship, the CSC Rodeo team had a successful weekend at its only home rodeo of the season.
Chance of Rain63°/37°
courtesy of Wunderground
Nebraska’s champion Colorado blue spruce tree that is about 80 years old retired Saturday on the Dean’s Green during the Campus Arboretum as part of Family Day events.
The Powder to the People 5k run took place Saturday as part of Family Day.
There was a time in my life when I believed that the best way to solve a conflict was to “put warheads on foreheads.”
The volleyball team journeyed to Colorado last weekend to play against Adams State University, Alamosa; Western State, Gunnison; and Colorado Mesa, Grand Junction; losing two games and winning one.
With two lights serving as a spot light on the stage in the Student Center lobby, various acts from singing, stand-up comedy, and skits entertained students Thursday for Late Night at The Pit’s Open Mic Night.
Eagles, we have a problem. Just 14 percent of young Nebraskans voted last midterm election. We can—and we must—do better this November!
Apr. 16, 2014
Turmoil and discussion on the Activity Fee Board’s submitted budget for 2014-15 year, filled Senate’s meeting, Monday.