Day: April 5, 2018

Campus Events
Lifestyles

International Luncheon showcases Nigerian culture

The Chadron State College International Office hosted their monthly International Luncheon featuring Princess Uba from Nigeria, last Thursday, in the Scottsbluff Room of the Student Center.

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Features
Lifestyles

Eagle Leaders: Eli Garza Jr. keeps busy with work, music and academics as a first-generation college student

As another wave of graduates comes and goes, non-traditional students become more prominent in the student population of Chadron State College. However, these non-traditional students make just as much of an impact on campus as their traditional peers, and Eli Garza Jr. is no exception.

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Softball
Sports

Eagle Softball drops two vs. Colorado Christian University

Due to snowy conditions, one Thursday and one Friday afternoon game was canceled against the Colorado Christian Cougars, who are ranked second in the RMAC.
On Saturday, the weather was good enough to be played and the Cougars came away with two wins against the Eagles.

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Briefs
News

Reception honoring four exhibitors in senior art show, ‘Fourfold,’ set for Friday

A reception for the four senior art students exhibiting their work in the spring 2018 senior art show, “Fourfold,” is scheduled from 5-7 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Hall lobby, adjacent to the Main Gallery.

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Opinion

Put “Me” first: the importance of person-first language

Did you know that the largest minority group in the United States is people with disabilities?

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Opinion

Energy can be found in healthy ways

This last weekend I got the chance to watch a documentary on Netflix was incredibly informational.

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Campus Activities Board
News

CAB discusses upcoming Scholastic Day

CAB Treasurer Tierra Snyder, senior of Beatrice, reminded attendees that Scholastic Day is this Friday.

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News

CSC invites high school students to annual Scholastic Day event

The 2018 Scholastic Day event hosted by Chadron State College is set to begin at 7:30 a.m., Friday. Over 1,000 high school senior students from more than 40 schools in Nebraska, Wyoming, and South Dakota will come together on the campus to compete in academic tests in various disciplines.

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Opinion

Prevention goes far beyond gun reform

I was sitting in class on Valentine’s Day this year when my phone buzzed.
“Active shooter situation at Florida High School.”

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Briefs
News

‘Art for All’ exhibitors’ reception set for April 12, M-Hall, second floor

The art department is recognizing its non-art major exhibitors in the “Art for All” show with a reception from 3-4 p.m. Thursday, April 12, in Memorial Hall’s second floor hallway, adjacent to Gallery 239.

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