The Eagle News
With the RMAC schedule in full swing, the Eagles dropped to a 1-4 conference record, losing to Western State Colorado University, Gunnison, and Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction. CSC showed improvement, but lost both games in five sets. The Eagles were swept by Regis University, Denver on Tuesday.
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The Diversity Cupcakes event was in the Gold Room Wednesday with more than 20 students showing up. It was hosted by the resident assistants Kate Chesterman, 20, junior of Bertrand; Stephanie Wilson, 22, senior of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Courtney Munger, 20, junior of Newcastle, Wyoming; and Chelsea Haynes, 20, junior of Auburn.
Senate President Katrina Hurley raised four different areas of concern at the open forum Thursday.
The first issue discussed was how to improve Homecoming for next year. A general feeling amongst the four student senators and one student in attendance was that there needs to be more options for clubs to participate in Homecoming, rather than making a certain activity mandatory.
J.K. Rowling’s first “Harry Potter” book was released nearly two decades ago and not only is her series the most popular in publishing history with 450 million copies sold worldwide, according to thedailybeast.com, but her imaginary game, Quidditch, has become a reality around the world and at CSC, minus the flying broomsticks and magical balls, of course.
The Eagles pulled off another win against South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, South Dakota, Friday. The win boosted the RMAC standing to 3-4 and their overall record to 4-12, leaving the Hardrockers with a 1-17 record and a RMAC standing of 0-7. The Eagles were unable to sweep the weekend, losing to Black Hills State University, Spearfish, South Dakota, in three sets Saturday.