Day: January 10, 2019

Sports
Wrestling

Wrestlers start year with RMAC duals

The Chadron State wrestling squad had a short holiday break and is already off to a quick start in the new year competing in three locations last week. The Eagles earned a 25-21 dual victory at New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday, then fell 28-12, Saturday, in a dual with Adams State University, in Alamosa, Colorado. 

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Editorial
Opinion

Take care of yourself and others in the new year

So as a new year rolls around I have a New Year’s resolution for myself and for all of you who struggle with keeping positive confidence. Have the courage to be good to yourself and be good to others. This may seem like an easy task but being the 10th day of the year I have had a few struggles with my proposed resolution.

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Opinion

On The Bright Side: Strengthen your mind with reading

One of my greatest passions is reading. There is nothing better to me than finding a book I truly enjoy.

I know that is not the case for everyone. There are some people who really struggle with finding a book they enjoy or just don’t care for it at all. Many people that I talk to about how they’ve struggled with literature is from a past experience in the educational system.

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Basketball
Sports

Women win first games of 2019

The CSC Eagles’ women’s basketball team wasted no time getting into the win column this year, entertaining their home fans with a 67-57 defeat of the Adams State Grizzlies, Friday, and a thrilling 66-65 win over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks, Saturday. 

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News
Student Senate

Senate announces several position vacancies

In the first meeting of the spring semester, Senate announced various positions in student government, including senators at large and Constitutional Court justices, are vacant and in need of filling.

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Campus Activities Board
News

CAB introduces date for January club fair

CAB Chair Kimberly Hernandez, senior of Scottsbluff, announced that CAB will host its spring semester club fair from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the Scottsbluff room.

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News

CSC grad heading to Peace Corps assignment in Nepal

When Joel Milos accepted his Chadron State College Bachelor of Science degree at the Winter Commencement ceremony December 14, he didn’t face the uncertainty about the future that confronts many students upon graduation.

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Editorial

Resolve to be better informed

New Year’s resolutions are always a hit and miss. I’ve never been big on celebrating the New Year, so resolutions generally aren’t at the top of my list. One year I resolved to keep a diary and cut back on chocolate; fast-forward to today and I’ve got an unfilled journal and candy wrappers next to my bed, so that’s my track record in a nutshell.

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Basketball
Sports

Eagle men lose heartbreaker in OT

After ringing in the New Year with a 93-86 win over Adams State University, Friday, at the Chicoine Center, the Chadron State men’s basketball team was just seconds away from another home win, Saturday, but a buzzer beating shot ultimately led to a 100-88 overtime win for Fort Lewis College. 

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