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Daily Archive: March 24, 2011
Since 1819 many colleges and universities around the nation have been training civilians for military combat.
For months, students, including myself, have been getting pumped for the campus-wide event, “Gotcha!” However, at Thursday’s opening event, where the rules of the game were explained, the excitement turned briefly into disappointment.
Arioso, the CSC women’s ensemble, left for Europe March 5 to perform in historical cathedrals, learn about another culture’s history, and make memories.
The book “Not My Turn to Die: Memoirs of a Broken Childhood,” shows Savo Heleta’s life: an inspiration.
“I’m pretty excited. No, I’m incredibly excited about it.” These are the words of the nation’s record holder in the Division II heptahlon event, CSC’s Brad Gamble, senior of Eagle, Colo.
Eagle softball went 1-3 to the Metropolitan State College Roadrunners in Denver this weekend.
The Chadron State College women’s rodeo team placed fourth with 180 points at the Gillette College Rodeo, Gillette, Wyo., last Friday through Sunday. The men’s team did not place.
The Chadron State golf team finished third of five teams at the Montana State University-Billings invitational that began March 16 and lasted through Friday.
Saturday, women’s rugby competed in its annual Black vs. White scrimmage at 10 a.m. on the CSC rugby field.