Year: 2016

Sports
Track & Field

Herl takes national lead in weight throw

Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, now leads the entire NCAA in the women’s weight throw after a toss of 21.89 meters at the Colorado Mines Classic Meet at Colorado School of Mines, Golden.

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Basketball
Sports

Men’s basketball upends UCCS, falls to MSU Denver

The CSC men’s basketball team earned its first victory of the season Friday, beating the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, 75-71, in overtime. However, the Eagles couldn’t complete the weekend, losing to Metropolitan State University of Denver, Saturday, 71-62.

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Basketball
Sports

Women’s basketball drops two conference games at home

The Chadron State College women’s basketball team couldn’t follow up their previous win with another one, losing both home games this weekend. On Friday, the Eagles lost to the Colorado Christian University Mountain Lions, 73-58, while falling to the Metro State Roadrunners, 70-50 on Saturday.

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Lifestyles

Strumming students entertain audience

Chadron State College students performed acoustic and electric guitar pieces at a guitar student showcase program Wednesday in the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center Chicoine Atrium.

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Basketball
Sports

Men’s team loses 2 in Colorado

The men’s basketball team is still searching for its first win of the season after losing to No. 19 Colorado School of Mines, Golden, and Colorado Christian University, Lakewood.

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News

Nebraska tax revenue drops, forcing NSCS budget cut

The State of Nebraska tax revenues have fallen below the projected levels due to the agricultural portion of the economy not flourishing as it has in the past several years, according to Nebraska State College System Chancellor Stan Carpenter.

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News
Student Senate

7 senators resign at Monday meeting

Six senators and one executive board member resigned their positions on Senate at Monday’s meeting.

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Opinion

Here comes finals week, right down CSC Lane

We have probably all seen the lists on Facebook and BuzzFeed about signs and signals that indicate finals are coming. Admit it, you have probably spent time reading and sharing those lists to avoid actually doing homework.
Those lists are entertaining and good time killers, but those lists are not always 100 percent accurate for Chadron State. To solve that issue, I present:
Signs that Finals Week is Coming, CSC Edition

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Campus Activities Board
News

New student activity director introduced to CAB

Senior Director of Student Affairs Pat Beu introduced the new student activity director, Cassie Mitchell, at the CAB meeting Tuesday night. Mitchell was formerly an admissions coordinator and resident director at CSC.

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