RLA hosts tie dye event for students
Daily Archive: September 21, 2017
There are so many bad movies that I’ve watched. Even bad animated films like “Norm of the North,” where it focuses on a talking polar bear trying stop a nitwit businessman from selling homes in the arctic.
RLA hosts Homecoming Spirit Rally and Bonfire
The Eagles bounced back in a big away last Saturday against Western State Colorado University, Gunnison, rolling the Mountaineers 49-7.
The Chadron State women’s volleyball team struggled last Friday and Saturday night in their home openers, losing to the Mountain Lions of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, in straight sets Friday night before losing in four sets to the Metro State University of Denver Roadrunners Saturday.
CSC’s Cody Trump won the saddle bronc riding to take an early lead in CRMC standings.
One of the hardest transitions for college students is the issue of time management. Many students are taking classes while working a job, and being involved in clubs, sports, intramurals, and so forth.
The world seems to have a lot to say lately, and thanks to social media, they can say whatever they want. I mean, it’s America, land of the free, right? Obviously, everyone has an opinion, but I have recently heard many people critique what seem the more controversial opinions, for example the opinions of those who marched in Charlottesville.
During this Constitution Week, we celebrate the rights we have been given for living in such a great country.
John Murphy, senior of Harrison, and Gabriela Perez, senior of Sioux City, Iowa, were announced, respectively, CSC’s Homecoming King and Queen last night during the Coronation.