Day: January 17, 2019

Campus Activities Board
News

Majority vote approves CAB meeting time change

CAB members carried a majority vote to move meeting times to 4:45 p.m. Monday.

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Opinion

Strive to make monthly goals

Big goals are a good starting point, but they aren’t helpful. Break down a New Year’s goal into baby steps. Ask yourself questions. What do you mean by “become a better person”?

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News

Early Childhood Conference to be held Feb. 15 and 16

The 30th Annual Excellence in Early Childhood Conference is scheduled from 11 a.m – 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15, and from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, in Burkhiser Rooms 208A and 208B and the Student Center.

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Briefs
News

Cardinal Key to sponsor blood drive in February

Cardinal Key Honor Society will be hosting a blood drive from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4, and from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5 , in the Student Center Ballroom.

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Briefs
News

MLK Jr. Day scheduled for Jan. 21

The Social Science Club and Diversity Committee will be sponsoring “Grassroots Rural Civil Rights” to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 21, in the Student Center Ballroom.

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Opinion
Reviews

The Eagle Reviews: You offers capturing glimpse into a stalker’s mind

I’m always on the lookout for a great show to watch. Sometimes, I go off a recommendation a friend gave me. Other times I hear about a show from the proverbial grapevine and do the digging myself. However, most of the time I find these shows through happy accidents. Such was the case for You.

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Opinion

Planners for success: Make planning fun, but prioritize

Will it last? Let us hope so. I have come up with some good tips on how to stick to keeping a planner. I am going to keep my planner and be the best person I can be.

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News
Student Senate

Senate introduces by-law revisions tied to Big Event veto

Senate unanimously voted to revise Student Association Constitution by-laws pertaining to presidential powers after last semester’s Big Event veto.

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News

Scholarships, increased funding in Ricketts education initiative

In a press conference Monday, Jan. 7, Governor Pete Ricketts announced plans to create Nebraska talent scholarships and increase funding for programs such as the Developing Youth Talent Initiative (DYTI).

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Basketball
Sports

CSC women lose two games in Utah

After two home wins to open 2019, the CSC Eagles’ women’s basketball team lost both road games in Utah this weekend. Friday, in Salt Lake City, the Eagles fell 82-46 to Westminster College, then Saturday, in St. George, Dixie State dealt the team an 87-52 loss. 

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