Month: February 2014

News

Advising Week continues through 4 p.m. today

“Advising Week in the fall was so successful, that is why this semester we dedicated a whole month to it,” Danielle Lecher, START Office adviser, said. Advising Week started February 3 and was all month long. Many students have already thought and planned out their academic future for the next semester, but many still have not.

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Briefs
News

Sasse meeting moves off campus

Republican candidate Ben Sasse’s meeting on the anti-Obamacare has been moved from its location in the Mari Sandoz Center to Country Kitchen, located at the corner of 10th St. and Highway 385, from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Tuesday.

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Opinion

Don’t be afraid to love your geeky side

You are a student seated in an empty classroom and you are watching the rest of the class file in.

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Opinion

Find love, pride in being an Eagle

When I graduated high school, I thought I would be married by the time my college career came to a close.

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Track & Field

Track team prepares for RMAC indoor championships

The CSC track and field throwers flourished this past weekend while participating in the Joe Davies Open Meet at Colorado School of Mines, Golden. There were at least a dozen entries and most schools were RMAC schools.

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Basketball

Men’s record dribbles down to 7-14 in RMAC

The CSC men lost to the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs on Saturday, 90-84.

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Man on the Street

“How often are you distracted by your phone while studying and/or in class?”

Brayden Stewart
18, freshman of Colorado Springs, Colo.

“Everytime I study. I don’t study without my phone.”

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Softball

Eagles lose 1, tie 1 before 2 game cancellations

Colorado School of Mines defeated the Chadron State Eagle’s softball team, 11-3, in the first conference game for both teams on Saturday in Sterling, Colo.

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Basketball

Women lose 2 but Ranta reaches 1000 points

The CSC women’s basketball team lost to the 10-13 University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Lions on Friday in Armstrong. The Eagles were unable to defeat UCCS with a loss of 81-73.

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Lifestyles

CSC Faculty Showcases talent

The Mari Sandoz Chicoine Atrium was filled with the melodies of classical and jazz music; performed by the Department of Music Faculty at 3 p.m. Sunday. bringing some musical warmth to the cold snowy day.

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