Senate allocated monies for homecoming and an upcoming powwow, discussed ongoing parking issues, and homecoming details at its meeting Monday.
Monthly Archive: October 2010
The 80s Dance party was one of the late night at The Pit installments. The event, which occurred Thursday, drew a record crowd of 375 people, including staff.
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The Dorset Graves Lecture Series continued with Dustin Luper, rodeo coach, Sept. 28 in Reta E. King Library.
I’ve been reading The Eagle for 4 years now, but no more. As the latest wave of controversy has washed over this now-soggy newspaper, I’ve decided to extract myself from the torturous pseudo-news, painfully dry writing, and “better-than-thou” elitism pushed on us by the campus newspaper.
Is it just me, or are some of The Eagle’s readers missing something very
important about Culture Corner?
Jon Marquez finds solace in a classic American film, and the opportunity to reenact it in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Twila Fickel, assistant professor and director of health professions, physical, and life sciences, spoke last Thursday, Sept 23, about her time spent doing relief work in Haiti.
CSC volleyball lost to the Colorado School of Mines Friday, and the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Saturday in Chadron.
Chadron State football heads south to play at the Colorado State University-Pueblo Neta at the Eddie Thunderdome at 2 p.m. Saturday.