Day: April 19, 2018

Campus Events
Lifestyles

Fighting for the Crown

Students compete for the title of Mr. and Mrs. Spring Days

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Briefs

Cards for Dr. Cary

Students, faculty, and members of the community are invited to make cards for Dr. Cary from 3-6 p.m., April 25 in the Lakota Room in the Student Center. Those attending can make their own cards, or can drop off cards and letters for him. Card supplies will be provided by CAB, and refreshments will be […]

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Sports
Track & Field

Eagle track & field earns top-three finishes in Colorado

Five members of the Chadron State track and field team earned top-three finishes at the Kit Mayer Invitational in Golden, Colorado.

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News
Student Senate

Elections for senate to close on Friday

Elections for senate began Wednesday at noon, and close noon on Friday, April 20.

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Opinion

Keep a positive mindset for upcoming finals

The end is in sight my friends! Finals are just around the corner, which means summer is almost here!

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Softball
Sports

Eagles fall 1-3 to the Orediggers at home

Another week of softball, and another re-scheduled game. This time, the Eagles hosted visiting RMAC opponent, Colorado School of Mines, on Sunday and Monday (games originally scheduled for Saturday and Sunday).

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Theatre Department performs iconic play to close out season

Quick-witted, strong-willed women take the spotlight in “Steel Magnolias,” a sentimental southern play set in the 1980’s.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

CSC Jazz Ensembles perform at their final spring concert

Roughly 50 people filled Memorial Hall’s Auditorium Tuesday evening to watch the Jazz Band and Vocal Jazz perform

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Campus Activities Board
News

CAB discusses proposed homecoming themes

Student Activities Director Megan Northrup presented next year’s homecoming theme ideas at the meeting to get CAB’s input.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

‘Three Nebraska Lyrics’ debuts at choir concert

The Chadron State College Concert Choir and Community Choir attracted an audience of about 150 people to the Memorial Hall
Auditorium, Sunday, and marked the last concert of Una Taylor, a professor in the
music department and the director of
Community Choir.

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