Author: Eagle Staff

Barbara McCarthy, Seventh Grade Math Teacher at Chadron Middle School, of Chadron, trims hedges at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church on Saturday during The Big Event

Students get social

Volunteers who participated in the fifth The Big Event were able to provide some much-needed help to community members and to each other. The Big Event is a direct way for students and faculty to give back to the town and show their appreciation to the businesses and various areas

Accurate news, that’s our agenda

Accurate news, that’s our agenda

Journalists in today’s world are thought of as having a hidden agenda, of stretching the truth, and of attacking certain people. Journalism is claimed as “fake news.”
Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines journalism as “the collection and editing of news for presentation through the media, the public press, an academic study concerned with the collection and editing of news or the management of a news medium; and writing designed for publication in a newspaper or magazine, writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation.”
Journalists are often thought of as threats, as enemies, typically by individuals who claim journalists are out to get them.

Community Collaboration

Community Collaboration

Volunteers working as part of CSC’s fifth The Big Event worked on various projects around the Chadron community Saturday.

VPAA confirms department reorganization savings

VPAA confirms department reorganization savings

The Eagle confirmed Wednesday, in a meeting with Vice President of Academic Affairs Charles Snare, that the fall 2018 department reorganization proposal reported last week will indeed save CSC $55,000 of the required $750,000 cut from the state.