Month: January 2019

Sports
Wrestling

Eagle wrestlers finish dual season with win

The Eagle grapplers finished their dual season this weekend as they traveled to Rock Springs, Wyoming, winning over 10th-ranked NJCAA team Western Wyoming Community College. 

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News

CSC Health Professions offers training for 19 career paths

Though Chadron State College is known for its Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP) program options, the college also offers 10 other programs in the health professions.

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Opinion

The perfect cover letter is at your fingertips

Are you trying to sound like a professional accountant, creative advertiser or someone who knows everything about theater? Look up some samples. Look at the format, the paragraph structure and borrow a phrase. But treat these examples like pirates treat the code—they’re more like guidelines than actual rules. Tailor your cover letter to your personality and specific job.

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News
Student Senate

Senate approves AFB budget packet revisions

Senate unanimously approved AFB’s proposed revisions to budget packets and trip budget packets, meaning changes for clubs filling out upcoming packets. In the new budget packet, a Fall 2018 expense sheet will be added to document what was spent in the previous semester. In addition to the Fall 2018 expense sheet, a Fall 2019 itemized […]

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News

High schools compete for “Best of the West”

Over 100 students from seven high schools across the Panhandle went head-to-head in the Best of the West Business Business Invitational yesterday.

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Sports
Track & Field

Hallsted named RMAC Field Athlete of the Week

For the third time this season, CSC junior Ashton Hallsted, of Casper, Wyoming, bested her season-best weight throw from last year, earning her first place at the Dave Little Invitational Track and Field Meet at Black Hills State on Saturday, and RMAC Field Athlete of the Week honors. 

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Kickball tourney sparks nostalgia

Last Thursday, Chadron State College students were given the opportunity to engage in an activity not often visited in adulthood: kickball.

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Opinion

Country divided, check your facts before you judge

ost likely you have heard about this event in some form or another, but if you somehow haven’t, allow me to summarize: In a video clip that went viral, a scene that triggered millions played out. A 17-year-old boy stood face-to-face with an elderly Native American who was chanting and beating a drum. The boy was wearing a red Make America Great Again hat as he stood, unmoving with a smile, or what many are calling a smug smirk.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Bad Art makes happy students

Creativity was abundant as about 60 students gathered in The Hub Tuesday night for Resident Life Association’s “Bad Art” event.

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