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Student Government holds General Assembly 0

Student Government holds General Assembly

Interim Director of Assessment Dr. David Neshiem, discussed the results of the previous year’s NSSE, the National Survey of Student Engagement to the Campus Activities Board, Student Senate, Faculty Advisors, and CAB representatives at the General Assembly, Tuesday.

4 wrestlers punished for role in hazing 0

4 wrestlers punished for role in hazing

Two conference champions, one of whom qualified for the 2016 NCAA DII National Championships, were among four wrestlers kicked off the team for their role in a hazing ritual on Saturday, Sept. 9.

CSC invites Holly Hoffman to share her story 0

CSC invites Holly Hoffman to share her story

FYI #169 Survival Skills 101 students hosted an event with guest speaker, Holly Hoffman. Hoffman, born in Eureka, Wyoming, a small town of 850, earned her degree from Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota.

Homecoming royalty voter increase from 2016 0

Homecoming royalty voter increase from 2016

Student Senate announced that the voter turnout for Homecoming was significantly better than last year, with 681 voters, about “150 over what we had last year,” according to Chief Justice Samantha Merrill.

Homecoming Royalty crowned Wednesday

John Murphy, senior of Harrison, and Gabriela Perez, senior of Sioux City, Iowa, were announced, respectively, CSC’s Homecoming King and Queen last night during the Coronation.

Cab discusses Homecoming events

Cab discusses Homecoming events

Voting for Homecoming royalty concluded Wednesday, Sept. 20th, with the announcement of Homecoming royalty coming at halftime of the football game. Coronation of the top five candidates was Wednesday and they are required to dress formally for the football game. Bedsheet voting closed Wednesday Sept. 20th and winners of the bedsheet contest will be responsible for putting their bedsheets up at the Homecoming football game, and taking them down after the game.

Student Senate approves Ag Club budget

Student Senate approves Ag Club budget

Student Senate unanimously approved the allocation of $6,870 for the Ag Club. This budget, for the International Society for Range Management Meeting, consisted of $2,070 for five nights of hotel stay, and $4,800 for the registration of 20 students. This fund, and all funds of Student Senate, CAB, and AFB, come from student activities fees. If all of the allocated fund isn’t spent, then that money will go back to the Senate fund. Student Senate also received their unallocated funds for this semester.