In a day of student and staff speakers, a film screening and a march, Chadron State College celebrated the life of Martin Luther King Jr, the African-American activist known for his work in bringing civil rights revolution to America.Read More
Would you like to pad your resume? Do you want to make it look like you can take on the world? Better yet, do you want to be prepared to take on the world?
The best way to do that is learning to write well, record events correctly and do good to others. One place you can find this on campus? The Eagle newspaper.Read More
Area wrestling fans filled the seats of the Gordon-Rushville Middle School gym, Thursday, Jan. 17, to watch CSC’s wrestlers take on Colorado Mesa University in the same gym Eagles’ Head Coach Brett Hunter called home during his high school wrestling career.Read More
Chief Justice Samantha Merrill, senior of Oral, South Dakota, announced the list of candidates eligible to run for president or vice president in the upcoming spring election.Read More
The Spring 2019 budget of $10,800 was introduced by Vice Chair of Finance Isaac Langan, senior of McCook, and approved by majority vote from representatives.Read More
If you are thinking of adopting a pet you are not only adding a loving member to your family, but also saving a life. The time old saying, adopt don’t shop, is something I will stand by always. I hope you consider adopting while searching for your next four-legged family member.Read More
Last week, Governor Pete Ricketts presented his executive budget recommendation for Nebraska’s 2019-2021 biennium. The nearly-800 page budget includes increases in Medicaid coverage, property tax relief funding and veterans housing funding. However, the biggest increases come to education, particularly at the university and college level.Read More