Thursday and Friday the CSC Men’s Ensemble, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, and Concert Choir traveled to Wyoming to perform for various high schools in the eastern and central parts of the state.
The Chadron State softball team split another 4-game series last weekend against New Mexico Highlands University. Just like last week’s games, the Eagles lost the first two games before rallying to win the last two.
Volunteers from the Chadron community and Chadron State College joined CSC’s Horticulturist and Grounds Supervisor Lucinda Mays Saturday morning for the sixth year of the Campus Volunteers Arboretum, to learn about pruning plants ranging from bushes, shrubs, trees, and others.
Hip-hop sensation Kendrick Lamar dropped his second major label album this past month entitled “To Pimp a Butterfly” a week earlier than the focused released date. In this album, he took on the task of redefining hip-hop and its motives as he digs deep into the African-American culture, hip-hop, and politics. Lamar is the Spike Lee of music production.
Oh boy, it’s everyone’s favorite time of the year; election season! I have never been big on student government because I feel like it’s a flawed system and needs an overhaul, but I want to keep readers informed about candidates and other things, so why not? I have taken a good look at all of the candidates and have come to the conclusion that Senator Michael Hall is probably the best guy for the job.
The Eagles golf team traveled to Grand Junction, Colorado, for the Maverick Spring Invitational. The team finished in eighth place with a 729 total strokes. Metropolitan State University won with a score of 617.
Chadron State College hosted a dinner and reception for newly hired University of Nebraska Systems President Hank M. Bounds Wednesday night as one stop on his tour of Nebraska.
Hip-hop artist J. Cole continues to prove himself as one of the most influential rappers of today with the release of his third, and latest album “2014 Forest Hills Drive,” which was released Dec. 9, 2014 (the year is not to be confused with any correlation to the title of the album, which was simply his home address in Fayetteville, North Carolina).
When the editorial board met to discuss if we should endorse a candidate, we reviewed our notes and the audio recording, and are convinced that Nathaniel Brown, sophomore of Rapid City, South Dakota, will be best fit for Student Senate President.
The CSC cowboys lost their momentum and their lead in the Central Rocky Mountain Region team standings at the Colorado State University rodeo in Fort Collins.
However, with two rodeos left in the regular season, the CSC cowboys still have a shot at making it to Nationals as a team.
Apr. 15, 2015
This was the last meeting with both senators and the current executive board with elections starting Wednesday.