A little more than 540 people attended the All Hallows Ball Monday evening. Different colored lasers and fog covered the dance floor, and it’s dancers, as everyone enjoyed hours of fun, laughter, mysterious drinks, and music.
Daily Archive: November 2, 2011
At the recent Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Perth, Australia, British Prime Minister David Cameron, of the Conservative Party, made a bold step in defending human rights in the Commonwealth countries, according to the BBC.
In a recent editorial (“Romney’s faith is fair game, to be fair” October 27, 2011), Aaron Gonzalez’ description of Mormon beliefs paints at best an incomplete picture. I would urge Eagle readers to also investigate other perspectives on the beliefs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the formal name of the church) through websites such as mormon.org when formulating their own opinions of the faith.
Watching the Occupy Movement rock the American Corporate Boat over these past weeks has been an absolute joy and yet for a political enthusiast such as my self, it feels very similar to a kick in the gut.
The NCAA’s investigation into Chadron State football’s possible fundraising infraction is a serious issue affecting students, staff, and faculty at our school, as well as the Chadron community. Should the investigation result in sanctions, the college will not only suffer a neutered football program, but also stands to lose large sums of money and many current and potential students.
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.
“I think they are a big deal, but if they don’t pan out I think people are making too much of it.”
— Matt Templar,
22, senior, Legal Studies major of
Due to a majority vote of the Campus Activities Executive Board, the CAB did not meet Tuesday for its weekly meeting. The next meeting of the CAB is scheduled for 6 p.m., Nov. 8.
This week, the Student Senate meeting was moved to the Reta King Library, as senate members were taken on a tour around the main and basement floors. Some members were a little tired, as they had arrived right after participating in “100 trees for 100 years.” The project made much headway on Monday, but is still in progress.
Don Holst, 81, of Chadron, was born during the Great Depression and grew up during World War II.