Monthly Archive: February 2017

Senate makes allocation for feminine hygiene initiative

Senate makes allocation for feminine hygiene initiative

Senate allocated $1,580 for the feminine hygiene initiative at a meeting Monday. Senate President Katrina Hurley said the products would be placed in the bathrooms when students return to campus after midterm break.

‘Teen Titans Go!’ insults original ‘Teen Titans’

‘Teen Titans Go!’ insults original ‘Teen Titans’

Did you ever watch “Teen Titans,” in 2003? Well, in 2013, Cartoon Network decided to remake the show with a bad re-animation, transforming the characters to dislikable and stupid, and insulting the fans of the original show, thus calling it “Teen Titans Go!”

Herl continues remarkable season, wins two events

Herl continues remarkable season, wins two events

Once again, Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, won the women’s shot put and weight throw at the Black Hills State Stinger Open, Friday, in Spearfish, South Dakota. With a toss of 49 feet, 1/4 inch in the shot put and a throw of 70-4 1/2 in the weight throw, she earned two more wins. Her shot put toss was a season best.

Nebraska celebrates 150th anniversary

Nebraska celebrates 150th anniversary

Nebraska’s 150th statehood anniversary is approaching; many people however have forgotten many key factors about Nebraska’s entry into statehood. Nebraska was admitted into statehood on March 1, 1867, about two years after the Civil War, making Nebraska the 37th state.