Day: February 9, 2017

Sports
Wrestling

Wrestling team brings home 3 RMAC champs

Six wrestlers finished in the top five, including three champions, at the RMAC Championships tournament Saturday in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Taylor Summers, senior of Plymouth, 133-pounds; Chance Helmick, junior of Beatrice, 174-pounds; and Cooper Cogdill, sophomore of Chadron, heavyweight, finished the day 3-0 at the top of the podium.

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Letters
Opinion

Alumnus praises Student Senate transparency

To the Editor:

Given my iconoclastic rhetoric for past Student Senate leaders, I would never have thought to find myself singing praise for the actions of campus government. But here I am.

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Sports
Track & Field

Herl claims top spot at Colorado Invite

Senior Mel Herl, of Eaton, Colorado, continued her successful indoor season, claiming the first-place spot in the women’s weight throw with a 70 feet, 10 1/4 inch-toss at the University of Colorado Invitational Meet, Boulder, Friday and Saturday.

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Basketball
Featured
Sports

Eagles fall twice at home

The Chadron State College men’s basketball team fell to 2-19 overall after losing to Colorado Christian University 90-81 Friday night, before being shut down Saturday 87-57 to Colorado School of Mines, Golden.

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Softball
Sports

Softball team starts season 1-5

The Eagle’s softball team won one out of six games at the Eckerd College Spring Invitational, Clearwater, Florida, last weekend.

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Columns
Lifestyles

Steal Away With Steele

Nobody wants to be “that guy.” The one person that people want to hate and no one wants to be. Everyone especially loathes “that guy” in the airport and on the plane. Avoid being “that guy” with these simple airline etiquette tips.

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News

Parents of deceased student file suit against CSC

The parents of Fatima Larios, former CSC softball player who was found dead in the High Rise dormitory two years ago, are suing CSC and the Nebraska State College System Board. The parents claim CSC personnel did not follow procedure correctly when they were made aware of dating violence that allegedly led to the girl’s death.

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Basketball
Sports

Women’s basketball team loses 2 at home

The women’s basketball team allowed two home games slip away from them at the Chicoine Center last weekend. The two losses hurt the Eagles playoff hopes, which were already a long shot due to their 6-12 record going into the weekend.

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Lifestyles

Happy heart day

According to history.com, the exact origins and history of St. Valentine are not completely known. The Catholic Encyclopedia states, “At least three different Saint Valentines, all of them martyrs, are mentioned in the early martyrologies under the date of 14 February.”
But history.com explains that a holy priest in Rome named Valentine was executed on Feb. 14, around 278 A.D., in the days of Emperor Claudius II.

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Opinion

The Struggle is Real: The perfect struggle

Man, the struggle is real…

It is not easy being perfect.

Now, I know that sounds conceited and as if I am a god or something, but give me a chance to explain. I can easily admit that I am far from perfect.

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