The U.S. Marines came to CSC Tues. and Wed. and gave students the Pull-Up Challenge. They started at 10 a.m., and although the morning started off slow, eventually students started rolling in. Pens, shirts, small basketballs, and key rings were some of the prizes given away to any participants, most of which were high school students.
Daily Archive: March 17, 2011
International Club members met 11 a.m., Tuesday in the Student Center lobby to present the Chadron Flower Mission with a donation from money raised through the club’s service project.
Mixing play and learning is the heart and soul of CSC’s Child Development Center Laboratory. The Laboratory was added to the Child Development Center, which opened on Jan. 7, 1972, in 2003.
RLA hosted an event for students to experience having disabilities in a fun and creative way on Wednesday night.
This game has excellent player immersion. The soundtrack of the menu creates a feeling of anticipation. The interface seems convenient enough to work with; however, I needed some time to get used to it.
The Eagle wrestling team sent four team members to the NCAA Division-II National Championship tournament in Kearney.
The Mavericks outscored the Eagles in three of a four game series with 42 runs compared to CSC’s 17. Saturday, the team lost 13-3 and again 13-6. Sunday, the Eagles came through after a 10-1 loss with a 7-6 win over the Mavericks to put the season record at 6-11.
The golf team is currently competing in the Billings Spring Invitational at Montana State University in Billings Mont.
Dustin Luper’s rodeo team starts the second half of the 2010-2011 season. The Chadron State team has 32 riders including eight freshmen, nine sophomores, 13 juniors, and two seniors.
Brad Gamble, senior of Eagle Valley, Colo., placed first in the heptathlon at the NCAA Division II National Indoor Track and Field Meet with 5,456 points, setting a national record.