Monthly Archive: March 2012

Deficiencies abound in NSCS insurance audit

Deficiencies abound in NSCS insurance audit

Nebraska’s Auditor of Public Accounts raised concerns about foundation employees from each of the three colleges participating in the Nebraska State College System’s health insurance program.

CAB voices input on Galaxy Series’ selection

CAB voices input on Galaxy Series’ selection

Shellie Johns, conferencing coordinator, passed out a survey, so club representatives could vote for the specialty event for next year’s Galaxy Series Events. The acts on the survey were the Tap Dogs, Keith Anderson, Jared Rogerson, and Billy Gilman. Johns said that with some of these acts, their availability depends on whether she can get the stage equipment and sound equipment, which come from Florida.

Senate continues constitutional review

Senate continues constitutional review

A proposed amendment to Student Senate’s constitution dominated discussion at Monday Night’s Students Senate meeting.

The proposed amendment would change the number of senator positions that would be open. There would be three positions open for each school rather than eight, and each dorm would also have a representative.

Campus community meets dean candidate

Campus community meets dean candidate

A search committee chaired by Joel Hyer, dean of B.E.A.M.S.S., welcomed candidate Rachel Anderson, of Eureka, Calif., to campus Monday for on-campus interviews and meetings with faculty, staff, and students.

March 15, 2012

March 15, 2012

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CSC students explore Alaskan culture

CSC students explore Alaskan culture

Students chatter inside a nondescript classroom, their voices carrying down the hall. One makes a small reference to a musher and the rest chime in with a reminiscent gleam in their eyes. These 19 students and three teachers have just returned from Alaska, where they spent a snowy nine days exploring the 49th state.

A Screamin’ Season

A Screamin’ Season

It’s tempting to look at the Eagles men’s basketball team in terms of what they didn’t do. At 13-14, they didn’t have a winning record. They didn’t win any of their first six games. They didn’t advance past the first round of the RMAC Shootout tournament.

‘KONY 2012’ movement could have  unintended consequences

‘KONY 2012’ movement could have unintended consequences

Over the school break, a new video sensation came about. Garnering approximately 60 million viewers as of now, KONY 2012 has officially gone viral. The goal of the film and its group, Invisible Children (IC), is to stop militant Ugandan cult leader and child-abductor Joseph Kony. I admit I fell head-over-heals for the film, but then I did some research. There’s something unsettling about the group and its effects.