Day: February 25, 2016

Opinion

Regret is about missed opportunities

This week in our Man on the Street question, we asked, “What is your biggest regret?” This idea came from a video on Facebook I watched a couple weeks ago.

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Matt Reader (00), sophomore of Appleton, Wisconsin, jump stops with the ball during the game on Feb. 12 against University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. —Photo by Sara Tweet
Basketball
Featured
Sports

Men’s team drops 2 more; hopeful for first road win

The Chadron State men’s basketball team traveled to Grand Junction, Colorado, and Salt Lake City for match-ups against Colorado Mesa University, Friday, and Westminster College, Saturday, suffering losses in both meetings. The Eagles fell to Mesa 88-66, and the Griffins 77-62.

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Briefs
News

TBE staff looks for sites

The Big Event staff is looking for businesses and residents in Chadron to apply to be job sites for the upcoming The Big Event. Businesses and residents will have to apply to be selected as a job site. The Big Event is scheduled for April 23. Those interested can contact Shaunda French, social and communication […]

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Basketball
Sports

Women fall out of playoff contention

With playoff contention on the line, the Eagles needed to win both games last weekend to keep their hopes for post-conference play alive. The Eagles traveled to Colorado and Utah to play RMAC opponents Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, and Westminster College, Salt Lake City.

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Featured
Lifestyles

Star-filled show dazzles students

CSC Geoscience student Caelum Hubl, freshman of Lincoln, dazzled a small crowd at 2 p.m. Friday, during a scheduled showing of the winter constellations at CSC’s planetarium in the Math and Science building.

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Softball
Sports

Eagles swing past No. 21 Regis

Solid pitching and hot bats led the Eagles to win the 4-game series with Regis University, Denver, 3-1. Regis was ranked No. 21 at the time. CSC is now 8-6-1, 3-1 in conference play.

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Lifestyles
Theatre

CSC thespians perform Hamlet spinoff

If you are looking for a play that gives you some fancy wordplay, dirty jokes, and an existential crisis all in one package, “Rozencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” just might be what you are looking for. Originally written by Tom Stoppard with a debut in 1967, the play is a solidly written story following the exploits of “the Prince of Denmark’s college buddies” as they struggle with being jammed into the Shakespearean classic, Hamlet.

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Man on the Street

What has been your greatest regret?

Jack Gibbens
20, sophomore of Sargent

“Starting my weekend at 5 p.m. on
Thursday.”

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Opinion

Take control, hack your education

As college students, we’ve all been there: in the classroom, a plainly designed PowerPoint presentation flickering on the wall, a lecturer droning on and on about a subject you have no interest in from a boring textbook. Most of you reading this probably recalled an exact moment in time where this happened to you, in college or otherwise.

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Featured
Lifestyles
Theatre

Blood, Love and Rhetoric

“What is the last thing you remember?”

During CSC theatre program’s most recent production, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” this question is repeated multiple times throughout the play as the audience is immersed in the confusion that the two main characters face for nearly the entire show.

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