Year: 2011

News

CSC will not renew O’Boyle’s contract

Chadron State College announced today that it will not renew former CSC Head Coach Bill O’Boyle’s contract, which is set to expire June 2012.

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Featured
News

Final centennial class graduates

More than 150 graduates received degrees from Chadron State College during two ceremonies Friday. The graduate ceremony took place 2 p.m. in the Auditorium of Memorial Hall, and the undergraduate ceremony took place two hours later across campus in the Armstrong Gymnasium.

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News

NSCS reaffirms construction priorities

The Nebraska State College System Board of Trustees reaffirmed their existing priorities for capital construction projects among the three-college system this afternoon.

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Opinion

Live what you love

Over the past 4 years I have spent at Chadron State College, I have met many wonderful people, from colleagues to students to administrators. With my several health problems, I can’t be more grateful for the support and encouragement from the many people here who have helped make my life happier and healthier.

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Campus Activities Board

CAB meetings to resume Jan. 10

Nov. 29 was the last CAB meeting of the semester. CAB will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 10.

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Print Edition

Dec. 8, 2011

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Briefs

Board will not discuss NCAA at meeting

NSCS Chancellor Stan Carpenter stated in an email Tuesday afternoon the Dec. 14 meeting would only concern capital construction, and that personnel issues and the ongoing NCAA investigation would not be discussed.

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Briefs

Flu shots for students still available

CSC Nurse Ann Dockweiler said Tuesday 33 flu shots are available to the CSC campus community.

Shots cost $10 for students, and can be paid for with cash or check.

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Student Senate

Senators continue to question general studies revisions

Discussion on general studies revisions dominated conversation at Monday night’s senate meeting.

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Lifestyles

10 study tips to keep your brain on homework

1. Sleep is your friend. Although there are a lot of last minute projects to do, it is more important to keep healthy during the week of finals. Don’t run yourself into the ground. Try to find time to get some sleep before your brain shrivels up like a raisin.

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