The stars and bars fly no more

The stars and bars fly no more

This past summer a lot of controversy about the Confederate battle flag flared up in the news. One tragic event in Charlestown rallied a movement that proved to be successful in bringing a flag down.

All you need is love

All you need is love

Seventy-five years is a long time for anything to last, especially in the fast-moving world that we live in today. Erwin and Carol Keim, longtime residents of Chadron, have been married for 75 years and celebrated this accomplishment with their family Saturday as The Big Event volunteers helped clean up their property.

The Eagle wins fifth ‘Best in Overall Excellence’ award

The Eagle wins fifth ‘Best in Overall Excellence’ award

The Eagle captured its fifth straight “Best in Overall Excellence” title in the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s annual Golden Leaf Awards, presented Saturday, this year, at CSC.
The Eagle staff earned awards in 19 of 19 individual categories, and scored points in 18 of 19 categories.

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Deez Nuts’ momentum is a dangerous trend

If you have been on Twitter or Facebook in the last two or three weeks, it is likely that you have heard about the newest independent presidential candidate, Deez Nuts.


Eagles tab Stein as starting QB

The Eagle football team will look to TD Stein, a redshirt freshman and native of Chadron, to quarterback the team this year.


Campus security offers rides to students feeling unsafe

Chadron State College’s Campus Security is offering a Safety Escort Program as of this semester. The program is part of an effort to promote a safe environment for all students, faculty and staff on campus. Safety escorts are available to anybody that is uncomfortable with walking from a building on campus to a dorm or another building.


A Healthy Perspective

Here we stand at the beginning of the fall semester. Just as we set goals at the start of a new year, we now have an excellent opportunity to set ourselves up for success in the goals we set for ourselves on campus.


Sacrifice something

Spring is the season for volunteering and it took a lot for students, faculty, and community members to sacrifice their time and effort in support of The Big Event.


‘On the Line’ receives national recognition

Whether he reflected on the last game or looked forward to the upcoming one, former CSC football captain, Sam Parker, current CSC admissions representative of Harrison, expressed his experience on the field through a blog that received more attention than anticipated.


Golf to open season Friday

The Chadron State women’s golf team will open its season with a triangular against South Dakota School of Mines and Black Hills State University at the Hart Ranch, outside Rapid City, South Dakota.


Under the Big Top

The smells of cotton candy, popcorn and hotdogs filled the air surrounding the carnival tent outside of High Rise Tuesday night, as students lined up to play a variety of carnival games and win prizes.

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Student Senate
Aug. 27, 2015

Senate allocates $10k at first meeting

At the first meeting of the semester, Student Senate allocated no more than $3,500 for an inflatable outdoor movie screen for CAB and no more than $7,000 for The Week of Welcome.

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Man on the Street – Aug. 27, 2015

Meet the Editors

Justine Stone, 19, sophomore of Maywood: “Life’s a beach, and I’m just playing in the sand.”