“The Diamonds,” a classic rock and roll group with a twist of today’s attitude and humor graced CSC as the third Galaxy Series installment. “The Diamonds” performed at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Memorial Hall with help from Sandy Schaefer, music professor, on the drums, and William Mullins, music instructor, on the piano.
Longtime Chadron State College employee, Con Marshall will be honored for his service at 9:30 a.m., Saturday during a brunch in the Student Center Ballroom as a part of Con Marshall Day.
courtesy of Wunderground
CSC student Timothy C. Jungquist, 19, was released from Dawes County Jail Oct. 15 after posting a 10 percent of $50,000 bond, following a bond hearing that same day. His original bond was set at 10 percent of $150,000. As of Wednesday, there were no further proceedings in the case.
Eagle Ridge, a $6.2 million building project, is available for tours, and there are still rooms open for students to move into.
The building, landscaping, and pavement are included in that amount.
Twenty-eight CSC athletes were named to RMAC All-Academic Teams, including seven volleyball players and 21 football players. Six football players were selected for the All-Academic First Team.
Two weeks ago, hackers leaked an archive containing over 200,000 images. While most news reports indicate that this hack was limited to users of a European-based third-party application that allowed users to save Snapchat messages, Snapchat has issued statements assuring its users that they can continue using the app without fear of their privacy being violated.
Lisa Curtis, retention specialist for Project Strive / TRiO, walked students through the steps needed to apply for graduation Tuesday evening in the Gold Room.
Students interested in applying for graduation for May 2015 were reminded that their application must be submitted by Nov. 15 to the Records Office in Crites.
The outcome of the election will have direct impacts on your life. As a member of the CSC community you can make the difference in the outcome of this election.
8 hours ago
Chief Justice Jon Lordino swore in Edna Hall Senator Taylor Osmotherly; Andrews Hall Senator Marci Luton; and Senator of E.S.P.C.H.P.W. Karson Langley at Monday’s meeting. Osmotherly and Luton were voted in at the last Senate meeting, but were not able to be sworn in until this week. Langley turned in a petition to Lordino a […]