When I sat down to write this article, I was angry. I was mentally prepared to write a big tell off opinion, spill all the tea and leave nothing left unsaid for my last article.
That, despite my true feelings, is not how this article is going to go. Quite a few things at CSC get under my skin, but anger is not how I would like to be remembered, nor what I would like to focus on. Instead, I want to let you know what I’ve learned during my time at The Eagle.Read More
The Natural Science Club gave the CSC campus and Chadron community the opportunity to witness the NASA InSight Mission landing on Mars at the Landing Party, Monday, at CSC’s Planetarium.Read More
CSC’s Eagle Drumline is looking for new members and invites interested students, even those not in the music department, to a informational meet and greet at 4 p.m., Friday, in Room 104, Memorial Hall.Read More
Dr. Shaunda French-Collins’ Event Planning and Leadership class brings awareness to poverty and food insecurity in our region with the Oxfam Hunger Banquet at 6 p.m., tonight. in the Student Center Ballroom.Read More
The Chadron State Foundation received a $500,000 gift from the Sunderland Foundation in support of the Math Science Initiative.Read More
I am currently praying for midterm break.
It seems everyone is getting sick, grades are starting to slip and it is at the point where if you are behind in a class there may be no chance of catching up.Read More
The Board of Trustees, in a meeting Saturday at Chadron State College, assured the finalists for the next Nebraska State College System Chancellor will be announced soon.Read More