Sujo John, a survivor of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks spoke in the Student Center ballroom Wednesday.
Daily Archive: September 17, 2010
Wacey Triplett, sophomore of Powell, Wyo., dances with Adam Burling, senior of Powell, Wyo., Sunday night at the Night of Country Swing in the Chadron Arts Center.
CAB discussed fundraising guidelines and announced the homecoming theme at their meeting Tuesday.
Karen Pope, director of alumni and annual giving with the Chadron State Foundation, spoke to CAB members about fundraising guidelines.
At its meeting Monday the Student Senate allocated $100 from the student activity fees account for coffee and donuts for upcoming Family Day events, and $75 from the same account for thank you gifts for former sponsors.
Chadron State College will welcome students’ friends and relatives Saturday for the college’s annual Family Day celebration.
If you have been a student on this campus any time from a few weeks to several years, college regulations on meal plans have made you familiar with the school’s “Creative Dining Services” as well as the alliterative “Bonus Bucks” program.
An important point those opposed to the Park51 project community center miss is that the people who want to put up this building are part of America. They are not “them,” they are us.
The Eagle, which has been the voice of Chadron State College since 1920, is pleased to announce the beginning of another exciting year of publications. Our goal is to be as open as possible, so your opinion is what counts. Each reader is of great importance to us.
Chadron State’s first rodeo of the season was a success for the women’s team.
The Nebraska State College System Board of Trustees met Friday morning in the Mari Sandoz Center Chicoine Atrium to discuss business matters and approve system changes and financial allotments.