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Prairie dogs in the gray area of grazing ecology

Despite their annoyance to ranchers, are a “keystone species,” meaning they are a species that other creatures rely on.

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Student Senate

Crowning Glory

CSC’s students compete for the crown
during Mr. and Mrs. Spring Days

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Potential CSC fishing club searching for support

Tuesday, a group of CSC students stood at the edge of a pond at Chadron State Park, bathed in the golden light of dusk, smiling and relaxed as they cast their line into the water in hopes of a bite. Gone were the stresses of the impending end of the semester. 

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The Eagle wins 8th straight Best Overall Newspaper award

Student journalists earn awards, including 12 first places, in writing, photography and design

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CAB jumpstarts homecoming plans

Advisers Taylor Osmotherly and Megan Northrup announced preliminary homecoming plans Monday, starting with an invitation for students to join CAB’s homecoming committee.

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The Big Event

Operation: Old Admin

Old Admin buzzed with over 50 volunteers participating in Operation Gratitude and a stress ball project, both of which gave back to troops, veterans and many more in need, Saturday at CSC’s The Big Event.

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Track & Field

Groundbreaking rescheduled

CSC will break ground on the new outdoor track at the track groundbreaking ceremony at 11 a.m. next Wednesday near the Chicoine Center. After winter weather canceled classes on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, derailing plans for the 11 a.m. groundbreaking that Friday.  Nebraska State College System Chancellor Paul Turman planned to attend both the groundbreaking […]

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The Big Event

Aid at Assumption Arena

When The Big Event reached out to Father Todd Philips, priest of St. Patrick’s Parish, about making their third-annual food drive a job site, he couldn’t have been happier.

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Student Senate

Senate slashes Music budgets

After three failed motions and a lengthy debate, Senate voted 10-6 to allocate AFB’s recommended 2019-2020 budgets of $600 for Band and $350 for Choir, a significant cut from their $4,360 and $2,150 respective requests.

Because of cloudiness surrounding board policies on academic clubs and student organizations, Senate decided that funding sheet music, the focus of the cuts, fell into course fees rather than student activity fees. Senator and AFB member Kristina McGann, senior of Broken Bow, said AFB felt that because Band and Choir requires members to enroll in a class to participate, sheet music was akin to textbooks.

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The Big Event

Students’ tile painting talents tested at CAPstone

About 25 Big Event volunteers gathered at jobsite 17 in Memorial Hall to paint Tiles of Hope for CAPstone, one of Nebraska’s seven Child Advocacy Centers.

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