The Chadron State College Rodeo Team competed Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington, Wyo.
Monthly Archive: March 2011
The Chadron State women’s rugby team competed in the March Madness Tournament at Wayne State College Saturday and Sunday.
Chadron State’s men’s rugby team tied for first place with Doane College in the social division at The 90 Team Battle on the Prairie Rugby Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Wayne.
Despite harsh winter conditions that forced limited practices, the Chadron State golf team finished sixth of eight in the two-day Thunderwolf Ladies Spring Invite tournament at Desert Hawk Golf Course in Pueblo, Colo., Sunday.
Amy Schartz, sophomore of Brady, hit a 3-run walk-off homerun in the Eagles’ second game against the Augustana College Vikings Tuesday at home.
Facebook has become such a staple in our daily lives that some of us don’t think when we post anymore. And when we don’t think, things tend to come out online that we would normally never say in public.
I always find it amazing that the country I love, America, has so much to offer to everyone: opportunity, democracy, freedom of choice, and ample access to knowledge. The problem is, despite all these opportunities, so many Americans are just plain dumb.
Many people may have been watching or listening to coverage about the battle between the Wisconsin state government and public sector unions.
CSC is celebrating its centennial year by not only having many events set up, but also introducing the book, “Chadron State College: A Century of Service,” by Con Marshall.
Four former associate professors were recently promoted to the rank of professor, and one assistant professor was promoted to associate professor at the NSCS Board Meeting Friday.