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CSC football overpowers rival Black Hills State 33-28

CSC football overpowers rival Black Hills State 33-28

CSC has yet to lose to BHSU since 2012 when the rivalry between the schools was renewed.

CSC honors Marshall

CSC honors Marshall

Longtime sports and feature photographer and writer Con Marshall, best known for his work at Chadron State College and in numerous areas in Nebraska, was presented with the college’s Distinguished Service Award.

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Leadership conference brings Wayne’s, Peru’s Senates to CSC

Friday at the Student Senate Leadership Conference, members of Wayne State College’s Senate met with members of CSC’s Senate and Peru State College’s Senate to discuss a proposal for a change to Nebraska State College System’s Board Policies 2700 and 5000.


Career fair attracts students, employers

Eager, job-seeking students pursued regional and local business that filled Chadron State College’s Student Center lobby 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday for CSC’s Academic Planning Service’s first fall Career Fair.


Pinterest party inspires creativity in students

Materials for cookies in a jar, clothespin wreaths, and Halloween treat bags were provided to student crafters during an RLA-sponsored Pinterest party 9 p.m.-midnight, Friday in the Edna Work Wing Conference Room.


Volleyball team drop 2 on the road

Colorado Christian University swept CSC Saturday winning 25-8, 25-13, 25-11.


Have a safe, responsible Halloween weekend

Halloween falls on a Friday this year, so we can all don our costumes, go to parties or out to the bars, get smashed, and then have a whole weekend to sleep away our hangovers. The ghost of Charlie Sheen Past echoes through time: “Winning!”

But let’s stop and do some math: skimpy outfits + booze = problems. We all want to have a safe and fun Halloween, so let’s look at some potential risks and consequences, and how we can avoid them.


Sen. actions are disappointing

This weekend, CSC’s Student Senate hosted members of Wayne State College and Peru State College Student Senates for the Senate Leadership Conference, and I was asked to cover a couple of the meetings for The Eagle. I can honestly say I was impressed with some of the ideas brought up in these meetings, but I was not impressed with the way some of the senators acted during the meetings.

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Senate advisers select 3 students for leadership trip

Senate President Dillon Spies announced that Coy Clark, 19, sophomore of Benkelman Marci Luton, Andrews Hall senator, and Courtney Bustillos, liberal arts senator were selected to attend the Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida.

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