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Aug. 25, 2011

Aug. 25, 2011

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Cross country treks across obstacles

Aug. 25, 2011

At its Wednesday meeting, the NSCS Board of Trustees voted to approve the addition of a of a Division II NCAA men’s and women’s cross country program to Chadron State’s athletic offerings.

‘Paper Towns’ teaches the value of hellos and goodbyes

Aug. 25, 2011

Over the summer, I found myself reading more than I had in a long time. With classes and homework, my pleasure reading during the school year becomes limited.  However, the infinite free time of the summer led me to the library on a nearly daily basis. One book that I found left a lasting impression […]

Step out and explore CSC

Aug. 25, 2011

The summer has come to a close, and here we are once again, or for some students, for the first time. To those new students, welcome. I remember not so long ago when I was a freshman, and life was just a little scary. I found myself hiding in my room for long, lonely nights, […]

A new year begins, so make the most of your time

Aug. 25, 2011

The Eagle staff is pleased to see students and faculty back on campus and ready to start the Fall semester. With Freshmen now settling in and getting used to their classes, we hope that they’ll find themselves right at home and get into the groove of college life. Another welcome to our international students. We […]

Note from Libya: Under New Management!

Aug. 25, 2011

Nearly 42 years ago on September 1, 1969 a group of young officers acted out a bloodless coup d’état against the monarchy of Libya, long-hated for its oil wealth in the hands of the few. The young colonel Muammar Gadhafi soon pushed in his unique ideology of “Islamic Socialism,” a mix between Islamic religious law […]

Should a semester of ROTC be considered?

Aug. 25, 2011

The promise of a liberal arts education was the creation of an individual gifted with rational and intellectual capabilities. Liberal arts education was created by balancing courses in fields such as history, mathematics, science, foreign language, and literature with the intent of creating a well-rounded learner. But is the current curriculum including the diversity of […]

Trustees vote on $400k for King Library renovations

Aug. 25, 2011

During its Wednesday meeting, the Nebraska State College System Board of Trustees voted on a $410,213 request toward “miscellaneous renovations” for the reorganization effort at the Reta King Library on CSC’s campus. If approved, the requested money will be used to purchase compact storage for the library’s basement, as well as the addition of computer […]

Campus master planning on schedule, according to NSCS leadership

Aug. 25, 2011

As mandated by NSCS board policy, campus facilities master planning is required to occur for each campus every 10 years. The project, which is already underway, is projected to conclude early in 2012. A trio of three groups – Bahr Vermeer and Haecker (BVH) Architects, The Clark Enersen Partners, and Olsson Associates Engineering, are handling […]

Senate updates SFC constitution, allocates $6,000

Aug. 25, 2011

The senate adopted a revised finance committee constitution and allocated $6,000 for discretionary spending at its Monday meeting. Senate Vice President of Finance, T.J. Thomson, said Senate has a combined $158,739 in its accounts. Thomson next introduced a bevy of proposed revisions to the Senate Finance Committee’s constitution. He said he spent extensive time revising […]