Author: Eagle Staff
Martin Luther King Jr. Day, while a national holiday, doesn’t seem to be celebrated in a way King would have wanted, according to CSC alum Jovan Mays, the first speaker at CSC’s MLK Day Celebration beginning at 8 a.m. Monday in the Student Center Ballroom.
Student Senate approved a $700 allocation, bylaw revisions, and a timeline for action on Master Academic Plan initiatives at Monday night’s meeting.
Former CSC student Timothy Jungquist, 21, of Pegram, Tennessee, was sentenced to five years in prison and $2,009.50 in court costs for one count of second-degree attempted sexual assault, a class IIIA felony, on Dec. 13, 2016.
Software to convert text into audio files is available for CSC students in the Reta E. King Library.
The State of Nebraska tax revenues have fallen below the projected levels due to the agricultural portion of the economy not flourishing as it has in the past several years, according to Nebraska State College System Chancellor Stan Carpenter.