Day: February 2, 2017

Sports
Track & Field

7 tracksters place at Colorado Mines

Seven Eagles—three women and four men—placed in their respective events at the Colorado School of Mines D-II Invite. 

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Editorial
Opinion

Executive action needs streamlined

In the Jan. 26 edition of The Eagle, we said that we need to give President Donald Trump a chance to lead, but that we are all also granted the right to peacefully speak out against the president when we don’t agree with his actions.

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Basketball
Sports

Men lose 7th consecutive game

After falling to the Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves Friday night by 30 points, the Chadron State College men’s basketball team fought hard, but came up short to the Cowboys of New Mexico Highlands University Saturday night, losing 85-80.

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Opinion

Participation trophies­: ruining kids one-by-one

Remember in our childhood years when you competed in an activity you either had to be first, second, or third place to win a trophy? Well sadly those days are slowly fading away and now the new trend is giving out participation trophies

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

How to ‘Jazz’ up your breakfast

Students learned how to cook various breakfast dishes such as eggs, breakfast burritos, bacon, and hash browns at Cooking With Jazz Monday evening in The Hub.

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News

Former Eagle nabs Wyoming newspaper awards

Chadron State College alumnus and journalist was recently honored by the Wyoming Press Association at its 2016 awards banquet.

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Lifestyles
Reviews

Banned books does not mean bad books

Banned books are terrible, off limits, and down right should not be read—ever. Or so you were told in high school. I recently read Sherman Alexie’s novel, “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (2007).” If you type “Banned Books” into the Google search engine, this is the first book that pops up. So what’s so wrong with it? Why has it been banned?

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Softball
Sports

Eagles picked 3rd in RMAC preseason poll

The Chadron State softball team opens its season this weekend at the Eckerd College Spring Invitational in Clearwater, Florida.

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Basketball
Featured
Sports

Women’s basketball team sits 11th in RMAC

The Chadron State women’s basketball team suffered a loss against Colorado State University-Pueblo, 77-54, Friday, but were able to jump to the 11th spot in the RMAC with a win over New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, 77-71, Saturday.

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Opinion

Syerra’s Square: Be openminded, stop insulting

The world is crazy right now. Since President Donald Trump took office, changes have been made in the United States. Some of us might not agree with the executive orders he is issuing, the appointments he’s making to important government positions, or even his personal tweets. On the other hand, there are many people who do agree.

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