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Student’s death is ruled a suicide

The Jan. 31 death of Fatima Larios, 19, sophomore of Seaside, California, has been ruled a suicide after an extensive forensic investigation, according to an email from the Chadron Police Department. An email from Chief of Police Tim Lordino Friday evening stated that Larios’ death was the result of asphyxia due to hanging. ​ The determination was made after […]

Eagles battle CCU toe-to-toe

Eagles battle CCU toe-to-toe

The Eagles’ softball team split both doubleheaders last weekend against Colorado Christian University.

Paleontologist shares fossils with community, campus

Paleontologist shares fossils with community, campus

Salvage paleontologist for the Nebraska highways Shane Tucker gave two presentations last Thursday about his job of finding and saving fossils during road constructions throughout the state.

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Campus Calm speaker discusses women leaders, self-love

Life coach, award-winning author and speaker, and president of Campus Calm, Maria Pascucci spoke to CSC women Monday night during her Women in Leadership presentation where she focused on how perfectionism can hold women in college back from their full potential.


Unique exhibit allows visitors a look into a different lifestyle

Sandoz display brings a new meaning to the word ‘cowboy’


CSC cowboys rope the championship at Gillette College

The Chadron State College men’s rodeo team took the championship title this weekend at the Gillette College rodeo. Three cowboys in the timed events and two cowboys in the bareback riding led the wa


Come on, guys; Jazz isn’t bad

I agree that there are defiantly true “Jazz Nazis” out there that will rag on any type of music that doesn’t swing. However, most Jazz musicians are not as closed-minded as you have been led to believe.


Katz: ‘Gender violence is not only a women’s issue’

Internationally recognized gender violence speaker, Jackson Katz, spoke to Chadron State College students, faculty, staff, and Chadron community members at 11 a.m., Tuesday in the Student Center.


‘The Black Market’ does not rise to the occasion

On July 15, 2014, punk rock band Rise Against released their seventh studio album “The Black Market,” their first album of new content since 2011’s “Endgame.” “The Black Market” debuted at No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and received mostly positive reviews from critics.


2 track athletes earn All-American honors

At the NCAA D-II Indoor Track Championships in Birmingham, Alabama, March 13-14, CSC freshman Damarcus Simpson, of Lafayette, Georgia, leaped 25 feet, 4 inches tying his season best and placing second with All-American honors.


Republican Sen.’s letter did more harm than good

On March 9, freshman Sen. Tom Cotton, a former Army Officer and Republican of Arkansas, sent an Open Letter to the Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which bore the signatures of Cotton and 46 of his Republican colleagues.

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Mar. 26, 2015

Justice Court now full, election petitions due April 1

President Dillon Spies introduced Sami Schmit as the newest justice of a now full Court.

Chief Justice Coy Clark said that the Court decided it would have a rules meeting for Senate petitions at 6 p.m., April 1 and would only take petitions until 6:30 p.m. Any petitions submitted after that will not be accepted.

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Man on the Street – Mar. 26, 2015

Who are your Final 4 March Madness picks? Who do you want to win? And why?

Grant Stone
24, senior, of Canton, Michigan
“Michigan State, Kentucky, Arizona, and Northern Iowa. Michigan State, because I’m from Michigan.”