Monthly Archive: August 2010

“The Last Night of Ballyhoo” hollers for players

“The Last Night of Ballyhoo” hollers for players

Jayma Loghry, 18, freshman of Sydney, pretends to hold a cigarette while auditioning Tuesday night for “The Last Night of Ballyhoo.” The play revolves around a German-Jewish community in the South in 1939.

Supreme Court sides with faculty in salary dispute

Supreme Court sides with faculty in salary dispute

In an Aug. 13 opinion, The Nebraska Supreme Court sided with the State College Education Association (SCEA) and resolved a yearlong salary disagreement over the 2009-11 contract.

Spanish returns to CSC

Spanish returns to CSC

Eloisa Oporto Leiva, graduate student of Argentina, will be instructing a conversational Spanish class this semester.

The course counts toward three general education credits and still has 20 open seats.

The class takes place from 9:30 – 10:45 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in Burkhiser 202. Students can enroll at the Student Center on MyCSC by searching for “world languages.”

CSC dubbed ‘Military Friendly’

CSC dubbed ‘Military Friendly’

G.I. Jobs magazine designated Chadron State College as “Military Friendly” for 2011.
The rank places CSC in the top 15 percent of schools nationwide in serving U.S. military and veterans.

“It’s a really cool deal for us,” Randy Rhine, vice president for enrollment management and student services and college relations, said.

CSC recently launched a new program aiming to increase the number of veterans and current members of the military in CSC programs.

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Jon P. Hansen, who was hired to lead the initiative, said CSC has a long history with the military and veterans, and recognizes the unique challenges and benefits of serving that sector of the population.

For more information contact Hansen at jhansen@csc.edu or 1-800-CHADRON.

Chadron State grabs top-ten rank in US News and World Report

Chadron State grabs top-ten rank in US News and World Report

U.S. News and World Report placed Chadron State College on its list of the best colleges in the 12 state Midwest region.

CSC is in the top tier of “Regional Colleges in the Midwest,” and is among the top 10 public institutions listed in that category.

“We are very pleased to again be listed as one of the best colleges in the Midwest, especially considering our affordability compared to most of the other institutions in our category,” CSC President Dr. Janie Park said.