Daily Archive: September 23, 2010

Thunderwolves strike Eagles

Thunderwolves strike Eagles

Eagle volleyball is now on a three-match losing streak after Saturday’s 3-0 loss to the Colorado State University-Pueblo Thunderwolves in Armstrong Gym. Chadron State lost the first set 25-14, which consisted of mostly kills by Lauren Yoder, sophomore outside hitter of Colorado Springs, Colo.

Women top three

Women top three

The Chadron State women’s rodeo team placed second in the Central Wyoming College Rodeo last weekend.

“It’s not the strongest that win the most, it’s the most consistent that win the most.”

This is Rodeo Coach Dustin Luper’s theory on winning. His women’s team, however, has been both most consistent and strongest.

Harlem Ambassadors bust a move in Chadron

Harlem Ambassadors bust a move in Chadron

The Harlem Ambassadors took to the court Thursday in the packed gymnasium at Chadron middle school for an exhibition game against the Chadron Chamber of Commerce Challengers.

CSC landscaping has room for a little improvement

CSC landscaping has room for a little improvement

Working with America Nursery Services, a vendor for The Home Depot’s garden center, I learned more about plants than any average college student would care to know. I have a few questions as to what exactly Chadron State College’s landscaping technique is.

Reduce bumps for smooth sailing

Reduce bumps for smooth sailing

The city recently filled in what I called the endless abyss, the miniature Grand Canyon, and the worthless slab of concrete, among other names. However, before it was filled in, that “bump” was a problem that really irked me.

Pingpong tournament packs its brackets

Pingpong tournament packs its brackets

The Pit organized a ping-pong tournament for 8 p.m. Sept. 16. The event had 54 participants, causing Jamie Keller, a Pit activities coordinator, to “scour” the internet for a bracket large enough to support the turnout, he said.