Author: Eagle Staff

Features
Lifestyles

All Jazzed up

The CSC Jazz Band and Vocal Jazz ensembles both put on performances Tuesday, Dec. 4, in the Memorial Hall Auditorium.

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Basketball
Sports

Thanksgiving (no) break

Being a student athlete during the holidays can be difficult, but while spending Thanksgiving break with your team instead of your family is tough, the CSC women’s basketball team makes the most of it.

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Editorial
Opinion

A word to the ‘gold-star generation’

In the Senate meeting on Nov. 19, Chief Justice Samantha Merill asked senators to thank their justices for their hard work.
 “If you see your justices,” Merril said, “thank them because they’re staying an extra hour so we can get this (a veto decision) figured out for you guys next week. A lot of them were planning on going home tonight.”

Hearing that struck us the wrong way. 

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Campus Events
News

Capstone class brings Frontier Talks to CSC

The CSC version of “Ted Talks” will be revisiting campus during the second-annual Frontier Talks at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the CSC Student Center Ballroom. This event, organized by Capstone class CAP469D The Weight of the Nation, aims to educate the CSC community on steps you can take to improve your life.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Community and student choir perform concert

The Community Chorus and Concert Choir ensembles performed both as individual groups and one combined choir during Sunday’s fall concert at the Chadron Arts Center.

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Football

Rivalry renewed

After scoring 21 points in the 4th quarter, the Eagles defeated the South Dakota School of Mines Hardrockers in Rapid City, South Dakota, coming back to win in the final for the fourth time this season. 

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