About 50 CSC Students met in the Ballroom for one purpose on the night of April 2, to raise awareness for Burma, a small country in southeast Asia.
Author: T.J. Thomson
With a $5.5 million budget and development plans approved, the first phase of Chadron State’s newest housing development, Eagle Ridge, is well on its way to becoming a reality.
Senate’s discussion at its Monday meeting became a heated debate about the outcome of club budget hearings and appeals.
Chadron State College will be renovating all the dorms on campus this summer, and High Rise will receive a complete elevator overhaul, an administrator said.
The Nebraska State College System earlier this week took steps to expand its executive arm by phasing out its sole associate vice chancellor position and accepting applications for a another full-time vice chancellorship in its place.
The National Weather Service at 10 p.m., Monday issued a Winter Storm Warning for western Nebraska, including Dawes County.
“To the G, To the O, yell go, GO.”
The Nebraska State College System Board of Trustees voted March 15 to discontinue Chadron State’s library information management major, citing low enrollment numbers and lack of demand.
Chadron State is powering down portions of campus this weekend so that subcontractors can install portions of a $110,000 energy-monitoring project in four buildings.
Senate’s Monday meeting began with Andrews Hall Senator Jacob Rissler discussing proposed changes to the Student Senate Constitution.