CSC’s AD announced new men’s basketball coach

Athletic Director Joel Smith announced Wednesday that Houston Reed will replace Brent Bargen as the head men’s basketball coach. Reed was introduced today (Thursday, May 5) in a media opportunity at the Chicoine Center.

Student attendance down for Toga party

Student attendance down for Toga party

With school coming to a close and students stressed out about their upcoming finals, Late Night at The Pit put on a toga party.

Eagles clinch No. 3 seed in RMAC tourney

Eagles clinch No. 3 seed in RMAC tourney

On the final regular season series, the Eagles split the four-game series with the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Eight seniors were honored in their last home games with CSC. On day one, the Eagles won the first game, 7-1, but lost the second, 2-1. During the second day, the Eagles earned a come-back victory 5-4, but lost the second in extra innings, 8-5.

1st Step to History

1st Step to History

The Dawes County Travel Board awards $50k grant to Game and Parks Commission for Cowboy Trail project; The fourth annual The Big Event volunteers helps clean up the Cowboy Trail, Saturday, which when finished will be the longest rail-to-trail conversion in the United States

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Trustees approve proposed tuition, fee increases

The Nebraska State College System Board of Trustees approved the proposed tuition rates for the academic year 2016-17 at the May meeting hosted in Lincoln on Tuesday.


Finals Week Schedule

“May the odds be ever in your favor”


Outdoor activities trump video games

I could reason that I am a busy man. Between classes, work, and my family, I find enough to keep me busy. One additional “activity” that I find enjoyable is watching the Outdoor Channel.


Sometimes police are not at fault

On March 31, three teenage girls drowned in a pond in a stolen vehicle while law enforcement officers stood by, feeling vindicated that the criminals in question were receiving their due punishment… or at least that’s what media capitalizing on police brutality would like you to believe.


Find a passion, light a fire

I have loved the idea of a fast-paced life since I was a child. In my mind, “fast-paced” used to mean a big city, a million people, and bright lights. But now, “fast-paced” means something completely different. I began running long distance when I was 11 years old and have not been able to pull myself away from the adrenaline rush that comes from the sport.


CSC honors outstanding freshmen

Outstanding CSC freshmen were recognized at the Rising Sophomore Recognition Ceremony 6 p.m. Monday in the Student Center Ballroom.


Senate amends vote-count bylaw

After last week’s editorial, it was clear Senate needed to take action on the issue of transparency. It is great that The Eagle performs the duty of campus watchdog and this situation was no different. I would like to speak to the timing of everything for a moment.


Keep growing, don’t rot

When you’re green, you’re growing. When you’re ripe, you rot.” That quote is credited to Ray Kroc, a businessman who is credited with building McDonald’s into the success it is. This statement has a message that has been passed around the newsroom multiple times through the years. There is a poster in the newsroom that reads, “Oh, that’s good enough.” This poster is hanging as a sarcastic reminder that we should always strive to be the best that we can be, in all aspects of our lives.

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Apr. 28, 2016

Senate hears student voices at open forum

Senate hosted another open forum Thursday, April 21 to discuss topics of renovation in the basement student lounge in Reta E. King Library, Week of Welcome, and Homecoming. Interest from the student population wasn’t shown with only four people attending.

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Man on the Street – Apr. 27, 2016

What are you looking forward to this summer?

McKenna McClintic
18, freshman of Burwell

“No homework, warm weather and summer vacations.”