Day: April 12, 2018

Campus Events
Featured
Lifestyles

CSC choirs selected for world debut of “Three Nebraska Lyrics”

The Chadron State College concert choir, community choir and Ogallala High School choir will premiere a choral work commissioned specifically for Chadron State College, titled “Three Nebraska Lyrics” at 3 p.m., Sunday, in the Memorial Hall Auditorium.

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Opinion

Learn to say no

Are you a “yes man” or a “yes woman?” Many of us say yes to unnecessary tasks every single day that make our lives harder than they need to be for us. Maybe we do it because we are “people pleasers” and we aim to impress, but in the end it just causes more stress. We all should learn to say no every now and then for the sake of our sanity.

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Sports
Track & Field

CSC Track athletes take 4 first place finishes

The Chadron State track and field teams won four first-place finishes at the West Texas A&M Classic this past weekend in Canyon, Texas.

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Softball
Sports

CSC Softball falls to the MSU Denver Roadrunners

Chadron State softball team struggled offensively, only scoring one point against the Roadrunners of MSU Denver, in Denver this past weekend.

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Lifestyles
Reviews

‘Downsizing’ offers a glimpse at a shrunken-down life

Many people may have heard of the movie “Honey I Shrunk the Kids,” which came out in the late 80s. This film features a father who accidentally shrinks his teenagers to the size of insects.

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Golf
Sports

Rahmig leads golf team in Arkansas

The Chadron State golf team finished in eighth-place at the Hardscrabble Invitational on Tuesday in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

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Campus Activities Board
News

CAB discusses ideas for Week of Welcome

Ideas for the 2018 Week of Welcome are now being accepted. So far, the idea of going to Chadron State Park for a day has been suggested.

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News
Student Senate

Elections for senate to begin next week

Senator elections are April 18-20, and candidates can officially start campaigning.

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News

Snow storm wrecks Scholastic Day

Only 177 high school students out of the 1,150 students attended Scholastic Day, Friday, due to winter weather.

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Opinion

Complaining doesn’t help a situation, so keep it to a minimum

Three weeks ago, we suffered a big loss: Stephen Hawking. Even if you are not a science lover, you have likely heard of the great scientist. He was well-known not only for his scientific achievements, but also for his wit and humor.

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