Daily Archive: September 21, 2011

Eagles swat Yellow Jackets

Eagles swat Yellow Jackets

After suffering a string of losses on the road, Chadron State’s Lady Eagles are drawing confidence from their home opener victory against the Black Hills State University Yellow Jackets of Spearfish, S.D.

Nelson Brothers wow audience

Nelson Brothers wow audience

The first installment of the Galaxy Series kicked off Thursday with “Ricky Nelson Remembered.” This musical montage featured Matthew and Gunner Nelson, the twin sons of rock monolith Ricky Nelson. Ricky Nelson, dubbed “the prince of rock ‘n’ roll” by VH1’s Behind the Music, died abruptly in a 1985 plane crash, leaving a prolific and expansive career in his wake.

CSC to light up with school spirit

CSC to light up with school spirit

A ceremony for CSC’s centennial Homecoming will take place at 6:45 p.m., Wednesday. The letter C on the north side hill of the campus will radiate its own school spirit. Cardinal Key has organized the event with the help of Physical Facilities Coordinator, Blair Brennan and the CSC maintenance to present this tradition in a new way.

‘East’ is enchanting and unforgettable

‘East’ is enchanting and unforgettable

Those long, cold nights of winter are just around the corner. Yes, it’s time for hot chocolate, fleece blankets, a fireplace, and a good book. While the wind is blowing outside and the snow is falling, I can be found on my living room floor, curled up next to the furnace vent, reading my all time favorite.

Don’t let censorship limit your freedom to read

Don’t let censorship limit your freedom to read

How many people remember reading “The Giver,” “James and the Giant Peach,” or “Where’s Waldo?” when they were kids? How about when you got a little older and started reading some classics like “The Great Gatsby,” “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” and “Animal Farm?” These books all have something in common: they were all located on the top banned books of the past 20 years (yes, even “Where’s Waldo?”).

Eagles summit Mountaineers, 15-7

Eagles summit Mountaineers, 15-7

The tide has changed for CSC football. After opening the season on a two-game losing streak, the Eagles currently stand on a lone win and sophomore running back Mike Madkins’ stellar performance last weekend.

GOP, not Obama, declares class-warfare

GOP, not Obama, declares class-warfare

President Obama recently unveiled a new proposal aimed at controlling the debt and growing the economy again. In the proposal is a planned cut of nearly $3 trillion dollars, particularly in areas like Medicare.