Daily Archive: April 13, 2017

Novak wins 2 events, earns 2nd in all-around

Novak wins 2 events, earns 2nd in all-around

Junior roper Prestyn Novak, of Newell, South Dakota, won tie-down roping and steer wrestling at the Colorado State University rodeo in Fort Collins last weekend. Novak was also the runner-up in the all-around cowboy standings with 270 points, only 25 points behind Gillette College, Wyoming, Cowboy Riley James Wakefield sophomore of O’Neill.

Herl bests own school record, again

Herl bests own school record, again

Mel Herl, senior of Eaton, Colorado, crushed her school record in the women’s hammer throw at the University of Colorado Invitational, Boulder. Her throw of 199 feet, 2 and 3/4 inches bested last week’s mark of 195-10 at the Tom Benich Invitational at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.

The Struggle is Real: The long-distance struggle

Man, the struggle is real…

Long-distance relationships are a struggle.

My boyfriend and I met in March 2015 and spent little time together before leaving for the summer; we stayed in touch that summer but rarely saw each other. The next August, when we got back to school, we started dating. He graduated at the end of that semester. He stayed around Chadron for a few months, working here, but then he took a job four hours away from CSC, where he is now.

Heartbreaking series ignites discussion, self-reflexivity

Heartbreaking series ignites discussion, self-reflexivity

Young adults across the nation are enthralled with Netflix’s newest series, “13 Reasons Why.” People are flocking to social media to discuss the new hit series.

Kids create the weather

Kids create the weather

The 14 excited grade schoolers who attended Saturday’s class conducted several experiments to demonstrate how weather changes. The students created precipitation, frost, dew, a barometer, a thermometer, and an anemometer.

Be open to new experiences

Be open to new experiences

Being in college and growing in this rapidly expanding hub of cultures has exposed me to numerous ways of thinking and ways of living. I grew up with a set of values that mandated once in a relationship you’re committed to that person and must not look at any adult materials (porn) or other people, as such behavior would be unfaithful and infidelic.

America should aim for peace, not war

America should aim for peace, not war

On April 6, President Donald Trump sent 59 tomahawk cruise missiles into a Syrian airbase. The alleged reason being that he was appalled by the chemical attack that the Syrian government launched on its own people, killing more than 80 people. According to CNN, President Trump wanted nothing to do with Syria two years ago, but after a recent statement by his son Eric Trump, it has been discovered this bombing was urged by Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump.

Walk-off

After a weekend on the road, the Eagles win 2 at home against MSU Denver

The Eagle snags 7th straight ‘Best Overall’ award

The Eagle snags 7th straight ‘Best Overall’ award

The Eagle’s student staff threw the dice this past weekend and rolled a seven when it captured its seventh straight “Best in Overall Excellence” title in the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s annual Golden Leaf Awards, presented Saturday, at Concordia University, Seward.

Students face their fears

Students face their fears

Chadron State College students dug through bowls of worms and ate habanero peppers to show their bravery at the RLA-sponsored “Fear Factor” event in The Hub at 7 p.m. Saturday.