Author: T.J. Thomson

April 30, 2013

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Anderson rocks Chadron State

Anderson rocks Chadron State

Roaring crowd, kicking bass, and jamming guitars rang out as country recording artist Keith Anderson took the stage Thursday night in the NPAC arena at Chadron State College.

State association awards third-place honor to csceagle.com

State association awards third-place honor to csceagle.com

The Eagle’s website, csceagle.com, earned third place in the Best in Overall Excellence Digital Medium Division at the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association conference hosted Saturday at Doane College, Crete.

State media association elects new leadership

State media association elects new leadership

Michael Kennedy, instructor of Social and Communication Arts, is now the vice president of the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association (NCMA) and the president-elect for the NCMA in 2014.

Dual enrollment has multi-faceted benefits

Dual enrollment has multi-faceted benefits

With 16 accredited community colleges in four different states, the ability for incoming freshman to start college with completed credits can be beneficial to minimizing the time spent earning a degree.

Dining Services dishes up new meal plans

Dining Services dishes up new meal plans

To overcome issues it detected with the current meal plan system, Chadron State College’s Creative Dining Service is adding new options that affordably meet the needs of the students for next school year, a member of the management team said.

ACCLAIM lives up to its namesake

ACCLAIM lives up to its namesake

The Great Plains Journalism Awards announced Thursday that Chadron State’s ACCLAIM magazine is a finalist in at least one of the four categories staff members entered it in, a contest coordinator stated last week.