The lock down for the residence halls on the Chadron State College campus has been canceled as of 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning, Jan. 25, 2015. Based on information from the Chadron Police Department, there is no threat to campus.
There was a special open mic event Sunday night in the Student Center Ballroom in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Snacks and beverages were offered for everyone. The event was organized by Gavan Archibald, RD of Kent Hall. Students were encouraged to show off their talent and creativity, whether in song or allowing the audience to vibe with them through poetry.
We all know the story of Martin Luther King Jr. We learned in high school he was a civil rights activist who believed in nonviolent fighting. He gave many famous speeches and was assassinated in 1968. We have heard the history of King.
CSC sent out a text using the emergency system to students letting them know the campus lock down is over.
No marches were held, no rallies organized, no world leaders vowed solidarity. After all, this was not an attack on “Western” soil. This was not an attack on freedom of speech, this was not an “assault on our values.”
Old meets new in Memorial Hall’s newest Main Gallery art show, an exploration of a timeless force on the human landscape: nature. On tour from UNL’s Sheldon Museum of Art, the show, titled “Depicting Nature, From Scientific to the Sublime,” features 16 works which “explore the various ways that artists explore nature.” This statement comes from the elegant show pamphlet, which outlines the works on display.
Chadron State women’s basketball team split this weekend defeating New Mexico Highlands University and falling to Western New Mexico University on the road.
Chadron State College lockdown was put into effect at 9:30 p.m. As of 10:37 p.m. the lockdown was still in effect. The lockdown was put into effect due to unconfirmed reports of a shooter in Chadron. There have been unconfirmed reports of an armed robbery. The unconfirmed reports are that the robber got away and […]
During Tuesday’s State of the Union Address, President Obama mentioned his Italian friend, “Veto.”
That joke was bad and we feel bad for printing it. However, the President did mention the need for the White House and Congress to work together, then shortly thereafter mentioned threats to veto legislation that he doesn’t agree with.
Life is a journey. To get through it, no matter how dreary it can be, you need to be able to grow. To grow, you need to be able to love others and yourself. “Jealous Gods,” the sixth studio album by Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall, promotes growth through love with soft and soulful melodies, fun pop rock, and heartfelt lyrics sung by lead vocalist Marko Saaresto.
It was a kiss-your-sister week for the Chadron State College wrestlers after a busy week of duals with a near split of 2-3 pushed the season record to 6-6. The Eagles posted a 4-3 dual record prior to the holidays.
Jan. 22, 2015
Jon Lordino, chief justice, announced his resignation via email to President Dillion Spies and Vice President Taylor Strong prior to the Senate meeting Monday night. Senate will be taking nominations for a new chief justice next week.