Author: Samantha Persinger

Campus Events
Lifestyles

Professor gives lecture

It’s OK to write out of the seat of your pants.
This was the message that Markus Jones, assistant professor of English, discussed during his presentation titled “Shaping the Story” to wrap-up this fall’s Graves Lecture series, Tuesday, at the Mari Sandoz High Plain Heritage Center Chicoine Atrium.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Social work class hosts suicide awareness conference

The Student Center Ballroom was filled with community members and students from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday who were interested in learning about starting the conversation about suicide and depression.

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News

Social Work to host suicide awareness conference

CSC Social Work Class 435, Methods III: Organizations and Communities, is inviting the campus and community of Chadron to their Starting the Conversation Conference, Nov. 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Students play life-size version of classic game

Scooters, laughter and little plastic balls filled up The Hub at the RLA event Hungry Hungry Humans, Friday.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

RAs educate students on disability awareness

Don’t dis my ability, be aware of what I can do.

This was the main message for the RLA event that was held Monday night in the Hub.

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Lifestyles
Reviews

Card game combines literature and romance

It is a truth universally acknowledged that any Jane Austen fan should play this game. The game I am referring to is a card game called “Marrying Mr. Darcy” by Erika Svanoe.

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Rodeo
Sports

Cowboys, Cowgirls place at CWC

When the dust settled at the Central Wyoming College Rodeo in Riverton, Wyoming, this past weekend, two CSC cowboys took first in their events.

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Rodeo
Sports

Not your average athletes

Athletes, both human and equine, play a big role in who wins and who loses in the arena, but a rodeo team’s horsemanship and care for their equine team members is often what brings home buckles.

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News
Student Senate

Overwhelming vote declines HPC budget

The budget proposal for Health Professions Club ski trip was declined by a 13-2 vote during Monday evening’s Senate meeting.

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