Month: January 2015

News

Softball player found dead in High Rise

The Chadron Police Department found Fatima Larios, 19, sophomore of Seaside, California, in High Rise at 2:30 a.m., and she was pronounced dead after police were called to dorm.

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News

Board of Trustees to consider policy changes

The Board of Trustees will consider changes to five policies at the March meeting, two of which related to sexual orientation and gender identity. The first two policy changes were brought to the Board’s attention from all three State College Student Senates.

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Featured
News

False claim exposes emergency system flaws

A bizarre series of events involving a stolen car and a false report about a lone gunman roaming afoot near CSC, triggered a campus-wide lockdown for nearly six hours late Saturday night and into Sunday morning, and exposed flaws in CSC’s emergency notification system.

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News

NSCS policy hotline hits 1-year mark

The Nebraska State College System Policy violations hotline, launched on Jan. 28, 2014, turned a year old Wednesday. The IntegraReport hotline service provides a way for NSCS employees, faculty, and students to anonymously submit suspected violations of policy, procedure, or potentially inappropriate workplace activities 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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On the Beat

‘Damaged Goods’ is timeless social commentary

I’ve never cared for the punk rock cliche of patches and spiky jackets, which is why I’m quite partial to the English post-punk outfit, Gang of Four. Named after the infamous “Gang of Four,” a group of Chinese communist counter-revolutionaries who were unseated in the 1970s, Gang of Four has had a long career and inspired a host of bands ranging from Ian McKaye’s Fugazi, to Rage Against the Machine.

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Student Senate

Senator resigns due to conflict in conduct

Senators discussed at length the newly appointed court justices. Coy Clark was voted and sworn in as the new chief justice. To fill the constitutional court justice openings, President Dillon Spies met with professors and advisers to scout out potential candidates, he said.

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Campus Activities Board

CAB encourages Big Event participation

CAB Chair Andy Martin congratulated new Chief Justice Coy Clark and three constitutional court justices, Zoe Leishman, Sofia Trefilova, and Nick Stokey, on their new positions.
Admissions Representative and former Eagle Justy Bullington had an announcement about New Student Orientation. Admissions is in need of Eagle Leaders to help out.

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Stephanie Knowles (21), junior forward of Colorado Springs, Colorado, throws the ball away from two Colorado State University-Pueblo players Friday during the game at the Chicoine Events Center. — Photo by Teri Robinson
Basketball
Featured

Women climb over Mountain Lions, 72-70

The CSC women’s basketball team split this past weekend; falling short to Colorado State University-Pueblo and defeating the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs at the Chicoine Events Center.
During Friday’s game, the ThunderWolves jumped out to an early 8-1 lead in the first half, but the Eagles fought their way back after center Maka Daysh, freshman of Tauranga, New Zealand, scored two baskets to tie the game 20-20.

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Wrestling

Eagle wrestlers smash Thunder-Wolves

A lively and boisterous crowd backed the Chadron State College Eagle wrestlers Friday night as they edged the Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves, 26-10.
The stands in the NPAC were full of cheering fans as the Eagle wrestlers took down the ThunderWolves.

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Track & Field

Eagle tracksters run down competition

Last weekend, Colorado School of Mines hosted a Twilight Indoor Track and Field Meet in Golden, Colorado. The Chadron State Eagles left with impressive victories and personal records.
Leading the way for the women’s team was junior Mel Herl, of Eaton, Colorado.

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