Day: February 16, 2017

Basketball
Sports

Men lose 3, prep for final games

The CSC men’s basketball team fell to the Metropolitan State University of Denver Roadrunners Friday, 75-59, and narrowly lost to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Saturday, 74-73, before losing to the Regis Rangers 76-68 Tuesday.

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Softball
Sports

Softball team wins 2 at West Texas Invitational

The Eagles’ softball team earned two wins in five games at the West Texas Invitational in Canyon, Texas, Friday and Saturday.

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Sports
Track & Field

Herl, Reuwsaat go the distance

Seniors Mel Herl, of Eaton, Colorado, and Stachia Reuwsaat, of Black Hawk, South Dakota, won the weight throw and long jump, respectively, Friday and Saturday at the University of Washington Husky Classic, Seattle.

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Basketball
Sports

Women drop 3 in Colorado

With the playoffs out of reach, and the season coming to a close, the women’s basketball team traveled to Colorado to play Metropolitan State University of Denver, Friday; the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Saturday; and Regis University, Denver, Tuesday. The Eagles’ luck remained the same, going winless throughout the three games.

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Sports
Wrestling

T’Wolves dominate Eags 29-9; first RMAC loss

The Eagles lost their first conference dual of the season Saturday against Colorado State University-Pueblo. The Eagles only scored nine points in the 20-point loss.

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Opinion

The Struggle is Real: The not-enough-time struggle

Man, the struggle is real…
There is this cliché that goes: There are only 24 hours in a day. We all know that, and there is no way for any of us to change it, but we still complain about it all the time.

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News
Student Senate

Senate approves allocation for Spring Daze advertising

Senate approved the Spring Daze advertising budget at the meeting 5 p.m. Monday in the Student Center.

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News
Student Senate

Senate covers variety of projects at open forum

Student Senate President Katrina Hurley headed the weekly open forum Thursday in the Student Center. Hurley, along with a handful of senators discussed the Spring Daze budget, the feminine hygiene initiative, the recycling project, and a potential allocation for the Chadron Aquatics Center.

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Opinion

Reminder: Valentine’s is about love, not pressure

We’re all too familiar with the annoyance of Valentine’s Day. The stores put the decorations up too early, there’s all this pressure to have a valentine and to surprise them with something special; not to mention being single on this day “sucks”… but personally, I love Valentine’s Day.

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Editorial
Opinion

Trump: ‘America stands behind Japan’

While President Donald Trump was at Mar-a-Lago, Palm Beach, Florida, on a Saturday evening he faced his first nuclear crisis coming from North Korea: North Korea launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan early Sunday morning. America and North Korea have had a rocky relationship with each other for years, things did not become easier when President Trump was elected into office.

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