Woodhead talks with NCAA.com’s Chris Fitzpatrick about his time setting records at Chadron State College.
Monthly Archive: October 2011
The Eagle has learned CSC and Nebraska State College System officials knew about possible NCAA violations in its football fundraising activities at least two weeks before publicly announcing they had reported the incidents to the NCAA.
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The Chadron State College Education Association Scholarship Committee is giving students a chance to receive a CSCEA Scholarship for the Spring 2012 semester.
Two-$500 scholarships will be awarded to two students who full-fill the eligibility requirements and appear to be a potential candidate to receive the scholarship.
Gov. Dave Heineman addressed topics from the Keystone XL Pipeline, “Obamacare,” taxes in CSC’s Memorial Hall Auditorium Friday.
Don Holst, 81, of Chadron, is something of a living legend around town.
Last Friday, Gov. Dave Heineman visited Chadron State to promote his view of how college students today can make an impact on the future of the state and country. The event was organized by the CSC Student Senate, but few senators and fewer students showed up to the open keynote.
It was not a typical basketball practice for the Chadron State College Eagles. They were not practicing their jump shot, or working on their ball-handling, or even touching a basketball for that matter. They were taking a yoga class.
Article VI of the U.S. Constitution states that anyone can hold office in government and, “[N]o religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office.” Socially, however, it seems you can’t get anywhere politically without faith
ecently the hot-button political topic of discussion has been Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Together. The occupy rallies that started in New York on Sept. 17 have now spread not only across the country, but across the world.