Day: March 22, 2018

Opinion

‘The Office’ offers words of wisdom for students

This Saturday, one of America’s most beloved television series will have aired their first episode 13 years ago.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Hungry, Hungry Humans

RLA hosts event with life-size rendition of childhood game

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Briefs

CSC Department of Music events

The University of Nebraska-Omaha Electronic Percussion Ensemble at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 24 in the Memorial Hall Auditorium.

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Featured
Sports

Vanderheiden creates legacy for local archers

Winning two national championships, and around 12-13 state championships, Norfolk native Sam Vanderheiden has found his passion in archery.

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Opinion

“Pro-Choice” and “Pro-Life” labels limit reasonable discussion about abortion

Abortion is clearly a hot-button issue. We all understand how difficult it is to have reasonable discourse about the topic because it is so emotionally charged.

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Opinion

Contribute to The Eagle

The year is slowly coming to a close and students are registering for fall classes. It is a great time to look ahead into your schedule for the upcoming semester and to consider new activities or clubs to join and be a contributing member.

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Briefs
News

Spring senior art show opens Monday

The Spring 2018 senior art show “Fourfold” opens Monday in the main gallery of Memorial Hall and will be on display until April 10.

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Rodeo
Sports

CSC Rodeo Team stands out at Gillette College

The CSC Rodeo team traveled to Gillette, Wyoming over the weekend to participate in the Gillette College Rodeo.

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Briefs
News

Rangeland Management offers month long course

Travis Van Anne, a rancher and veterinarian from southwestern Nebraska, will lead the one-credit course, “Beef Cow Herd Management as Preventative Medicine; A Systems Approach,” (AGRI 270/AGRI 460).

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Briefs

International Food Tasting Party

The International Club is hosting an International Food Tasting Party at 5 p.m., Saturday, March 24 in the Scottsbluff Room in the Student Center. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors and students and children get in free. The party will include 16 international dishes from 16 different countries. RLA is giving away 50 […]

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