Chadron State College’s Greek Week events started last week, bringing a week of activities to college students, including the Water Balloon Volleyball hosted by Xi Delta Zeta, Wednesday at the Backyard.
Daily Archive: September 7, 2017
In keeping with the interstellar spirit that started our fall semester, the Gallery Series launched with a collection of photographs from NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
So, as some of you may know, Warner Bros. has been releasing several direct-to-video animated movies, ranging from Scooby-Doo to DC Superheroes along with a few other franchises. Another one of those movies includes Tom and Jerry.
The predominantly freshmen led golf team faced tough challenges for the first tournament of the season. CSC women’s golf team finished last place in the Samuel Proal Invitational at Pueblo, Colorado. The team stepped away from the tournament with more experience and knowing what they need to work on.
The men’s and women’s cross country teams each earned second place finishes at the South Dakota School of Mines Hardrocker Cross Country Classic at Robbinsdale Park in Rapid City, South Dakota, Saturday morning. In...
The Chadron State College volleyball team opened their season last weekend, posting a record of 2-2 while winning their first and last matches at The Bulldog Bash in Seward.
As the nation watched the excitement of college football unfold, the Eagles earned their piece of the cake, winning a come-back thriller Saturday against Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado, 25-19.
We live in the digital era. Anything is available within seconds right at the tips of your fingers. It is a blessing. It is a curse.
In response to President Donald Trump’s termination to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), NSCS Chancellor Stan Carpenter issued a statement Wednesday, letting DACA students know that they are still welcome. “As Chancellor...
CSC’s former IT Analyst Ted Tewahade steps into a new role as the lead Title IX Coordinator.