Author: Eagle Staff

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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News
Student Senate

Senate revises budget

In a meeting Tuesday with editors from The Eagle, members of Senate further clarified budget decisions that led to the Big Event budget veto.

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Volleyball

Eagles end season with losses to Metro State

The Chadron State Eagles volleyball team brought its season to a close this past weekend in two matches against Metropolitan State University of Denver. 

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News
Student Senate

Senate vetoes $10,000 allocation for Big Event budget

After a request by AFB, Vice President Konery Klueber, junior of Rapid City, South Dakota, vetoed The Big Event’s budget and opened an extra two weeks for discussion on the topic.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Faculty member presents on zombies and pop culture as part of Graves Lecture Series

Zombies came to Chadron State College just before Halloween during the Graves Lecture Series from 7-8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center Chicoine Atrium.

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News

Leaked transgender memo stirs campus anxiety

In both public and online protests, slogans like “We Cannot Be Erased” and “Trans Rights are Human Rights” were written on posters and pages in solidarity.

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Editorial
Opinion

Prepare yourself for the midterm election

Anna Staver, a political journalist for the Denver Post, described the Post’s research into the past of those running in Colorado’s elections during a Humanities Nebraska open forum about two weeks ago. In hopes of giving voters “a full picture of their options for representation Nov. 6,” the post conducted background checks and found various DUI, drug and assault charges in some of the candidate’s pasts.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Brooks transforms into haunted house

Residence Life Association teamed up with the CSC Plainswalkers Society and CAB to host Bloodcurling Brooks, Saturday night. The event lasted until midnight, with 343 people attending and over 20 volunteers operating the event.

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