Day: September 14, 2017

Campus Events
Featured
Lifestyles

RLA and WHCR raise suicide awareness with a Suicide Prevention Walk

It was a nice Sunday evening when students, faculty and family members walked together around campus, participating in the Suicide Prevention Walk beginning at the Clock Tower by the Student Center, to help raise awareness about suicide as well as raising funds for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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Sports
Volleyball

Volleyball team wins 1 in Missouri

The Chadron State College volleyball team brought their season record to 3-5 last weekend, after winning one of their four games at the Towneplace Suites Invitational in Joplin, Missouri.

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Briefs
Rodeo
Sports

Rodeo team to host first rodeo of CRMR circuit

The CSC rodeo team will be in action Friday-Sunday, at the Dawes County Fairgrounds.

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Golf
Sports

Golfers improve individual scores

The Eagles golf team made a huge turnaround for themselves at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Fall Tournament in Lakewood, Colorado. They scored 386-364-750 for their team Monday and Tuesday. The team improved their score by 22 strokes from day 1 of the tournament to day 2. The Chadron State women’s golf team finished 14th overall in the tournament.

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Featured
Football
Sports

Eagles fall short in home opener

Despite an impressive aerial assault against the top team in the RMAC, the CSC football team came up short against Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, 24-10 Saturday, at Elliott Field.

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Featured
Sports
Track & Field

Clean sweep

Men’s and Women’s teams win Chadron State Invitational

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Opinion

Paying for College teaches money management

Is college too expensive? Should it be more affordable or even free? Yes, college is too expensive. I understand that it’s what keeps a lot of people from going to college, some people simply don’t have the money. But should it be free and/or easily attained? Absolutely not.

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Editorial
Opinion

Curbelo’s alternative to DACA shows promise

It’s been all over the news, President Trump’s push to get rid of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) campaign. President Barack Obama created the program back in 2008 with the hope of keeping children brought into the U.S. illegally by their parents safe and making sure they have a chance at success. Provided with an education and job opportunities, the majority have built their lives here and don’t know much about their native country, including the native language. They have made the U.S. their home.

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