Chadron State College hosted the Twilight track meet Friday and Saturday in the Nelson Physical Activity Center. The team broke four meet records, with two throwers automatically qualifying for the nationals meet, and three runners qualifying for the NCAA Championship meet.
Daily Archive: February 10, 2011
In Gunnison, Colo., Friday, the Eagles were ahead 39-18 at halftime, then lost control and the score turned to a 72-54 Western State College victory. The Mesa State College Mavericks won 79-51 with home court advantage over the Eagles Saturday in Brownson Arena in Grand Junction, Colo.
The Eagle wrestlers lost to the Dickinson State University Bluehawks 22-16 Wednesday in the Nelson Physical Activity Center.
America is the land of the free. This privilege of freedom allows us to express our thoughts without holding back. We all have a right to form opinions, and usually we aren’t afraid to share them.
There’s no doubt about it: Valentine’s Day sucks (for the single people that is). All the couples run around, proclaiming their love, exchanging presents, flowers, candy, etc., etc., etc., while we single people cry over a pint of Ben and Jerry’s, and watch chick flicks with crumpled up tissues covering the floor.
As I look over the drafts of pages to be submitted for publication, I notice quite a few of the same names reappearing. Although I applaud the pertinacity of our staff members, as this is a student published newspaper for a primary audience of students, it is my goal that the names that appear on our pages reflect the majors, activities, athletic affiliations, and personalities of the broadest and most diverse cross-section of campus possible.
This sounds like a clipping from a newspaper, or a nightly political talk show today. I know what you’re thinking: the Chinese are going to overtake us! Well, no.
At Chadron State College, athletes are used to playing sports with these phrases repeated in the background.
Numerous days of severe cold weather caused a pipe to break in the Nelson Physical Activity Center Thursday.
A flurry of snow beginning late Monday morning and continuing throughout the day turned into more substantial snowfall and, fueled by gusting winds of more than 30 m.p.h., led to the early closing of nearly all campus buildings and the official cancelation of night classes for Monday evening.