Day: February 7, 2019

Columns
Opinion

Stop apologizing for being human

It’s easy to become a walking apology when you are aware that something in your life might not be 100 percent. Whether it be appearance or you might be  insecure about things.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

High Plains students perform final concert

After spending Monday and Tuesday rehearsing, high schoolers from surrounding area displayed their two-days worth of work in a final performance before heading home. Under the direction of CSC’s band and choir directors, the groups performed an hour-long concert for an audience of about 250. 

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Basketball
Sports

CSC men drop two in South Dakota

The Eagles men’s basketball team lost both games in South Dakota this weekend, first against Black Hills State University, 82-62, Friday, and South Dakota School of Mines, 80-59, Saturday.

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Briefs
News

CDC selling Village Pies for fundraiser

CSC’s Child Development Center (CDC) will be selling Village Maker Pies for one more week.

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News

“Kiss Away Cancer” raises cancer awareness

Members of Xi Delta Zeta and Cardinal Key came together to raise cancer awareness Tuesday and Thursday with the Kiss Away Cancer booth in the Student Center.

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Briefs
News

International Food Tasting Party coming Feb. 23

The International Club will be hosting its annual International Food Tasting Party at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, in the Student Center Ballroom.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Guest trio performs concert

CSC students, faculty, High Plains participants and community members came to Memorial Hall’s Auditorium Monday night to hear the music department’s first concert of the semester, The Bill Molenhof Trio.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Pool tourney brings students and community together

Registration began at 7:30 p.m., and competitors began shooting for glory by 8 p.m. The tournament bracket was designed as a double elimination system, allowing each of the 37 registered student competitors to play in multiple games.

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Campus Activities Board
News

CAB announces Scholastic Day fair plans

For the upcoming Scholastic Day, April 12, clubs are encouraged to provide activities at their booths during the club 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. fair at the Student Center Ballroom.

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Basketball
Sports

SD teams slow Eagle women’s offense

After winning their final home game last weekend, CSC women’s basketball fell to Black Hills State University 72-56, Friday, and South Dakota School of Mines 45-60, Saturday. The Eagles drop to 4-17 overall and 3-12 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.

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