Volunteers working as part of CSC’s fifth The Big Event worked on various projects around the Chadron community Saturday.
The Eagle confirmed Wednesday, in a meeting with Vice President of Academic Affairs Charles Snare, that the fall 2018 department reorganization proposal reported last week will indeed save CSC $55,000 of the required $750,000 cut from the state.
Four representatives from the Higher Learning Commission visited campus Monday and Tuesday as the final step in CSC’s accreditation renewal.
Senate President Katrina Hurley hosted the last open forum of her reign, at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 20, in the Student Center. Sen. Carly Slaght ran uncontested for the position, and will take over for Hurley next year.
Senate allocated $215,840.93 to clubs for next semester’s budgets. The money for the clubs’ budgets will come from the Student Senate budget in the fall; any unallocated funds from this semester will roll over to next year’s budget.
CAB representatives discussed various prompts brought from a school-wide survey after executive board members announced Spring Daze and Free Movie Night information.
The dean’s counsel proposed two versions of a department reorganization model as charged by administration.
An administrative proposal to cut academic departments from 12 to six has triggered a variety of responses from faculty, the individuals most affected by the campus-wide reorganization.
For the third straight year, The Eagle’s website, csceagle.com, captured “Best in Overall Excellence,” the top award in the Digital Medium Division competition of the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s Gold Leaf Awards, presented April 8 at Concordia University Nebraska, Seward.
The Eagle’s student staff threw the dice this past weekend and rolled a seven when it captured its seventh straight “Best in Overall Excellence” title in the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s annual Golden Leaf Awards, presented Saturday, at Concordia University, Seward.