Pushing past art norms

Pushing past art norms

What is art? Since art cannot be pinned down to one form or purpose, this esthetic quandary has plagued critics for generations.

The Eagle scoops 4th straight best-overall title

The Eagle scoops 4th straight best-overall title

Consistently committed to journalistic excellence. That is how journalism Instructor and Adviser of The Eagle Michael D. Kennedy described the student newspaper staff after it captured its fourth straight “Best in Overall Excellence” title in the newspaper division of the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s annual Golden Leaf Awards, presented Saturday this year at Hastings College.

Who do you think won the debate?

Who do you think won the debate?

Vote on who you thought won CSC’s Student Senate Debate on Thursday night.

Classic play made risque

Classic play made risque

When students hear “classic Greek play,” they get a little nervous. Usually the subject of essays, classic plays, like Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” seldom excite the college crowd. The CSC Theatre Department aims to change this, however, with their new production of the classic play.

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CSC hires Beu as director of student affairs

CSC hired a veteran of the Nebraska State College System when it hired Pat Allen Beu as its next senior director of student affairs.


Track team break 4 records in Calif.

The men and women’s track and field teams had a busy weekend as they traveled to California to compete in a variety of meets throughout the weekend setting multiple school records.


The Big Event is our chance to give back

Brian Tracy, a Canadian author, once said “develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.”


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.


Free the library of obnoxiousness

Once every week, I am required to go to the library and do some study time, as per the requirements of the Back on Track program. Let me repeat that: I am required to go to the library.

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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 – 19 hours ago

Are you planning to participate in The Big Event? Why or Why not?

Kylee Gruel
21, junior of Fromberg, Mont.

“Yes, because I thought it sounded like fun.”