Author: Nicole Lartey

Basketball
Sports

Q and A with Adoum Bang

Hailing from Yaounde, Cameroon, the prince of Eagles’ men’s basketball answers questions about his royal connections, his time as a CSC athlete, and what his future holds.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Students experience the joy of painting

The Residence Life Association hosted “Painting with Bob Ross” 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Hub. Students learned how to paint from a video of the renowned television painting show host, Bob Ross, teaching the dynamics of painting.

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Opinion

Put schoolwork above social media

There is no doubt social media has become part and parcel of a student’s daily life, but does social media affect an individual’s education drastically?  Personally, I enjoy the use of social media, and quite truthfully most people do too, but when I stop to think for a second how much time I spend on […]

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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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Basketball
Sports

CSC women come up short at home

The Eagles’ women’s basketball team narrowly missed a pair of wins this weekend, falling 58-56 to New Mexico Highlands University, Friday, and then losing 68-67 in an exciting game against CSU-Pueblo, Saturday. 

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Basketball
Sports

CSC women lose two games in Utah

After two home wins to open 2019, the CSC Eagles’ women’s basketball team lost both road games in Utah this weekend. Friday, in Salt Lake City, the Eagles fell 82-46 to Westminster College, then Saturday, in St. George, Dixie State dealt the team an 87-52 loss. 

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Students share stories from trip to London and Dublin

International Lunch Hour took place Thursday, in the Scottsbluff Room in the Student Center with speakers Samantha Merrill and Renae Kueter sharing their London and Dublin experiences during the foreign exchange program over the summer.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Speaker teaches audience about Native American culture

Sarah Pierce, guest speaker of Rockford, South Dakota, Oglala Lakota, shared her story on the history of Native Americans, Tuesday, at the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center.

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Basketball

Eagles drop Exhibition

The Chadron State men’s basketball team lost 76-59,  Thursday, in an exhibition game with Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.

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