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CSC students win awards at International  Society of Range Management Convention 0

CSC students win awards at International Society of Range Management Convention

Three Chadron State College students garnered top awards at the Society for Range Management’s (SRM) 71st Annual Meeting and Convention in Sparks, Nevada, at the end of January.

Senate approves budget for Frankenstein Symposium 0

Senate approves budget for Frankenstein Symposium

Senate approved a budget of $4,757.94 to be allocated for an interdisciplinary trip to be taken Feb. 26 and 27 to the University of South Dakota.

Maricle promotes genetically modified organism education 0

Maricle promotes genetically modified organism education

CSC collegiate Farm Bureau hosted guest speaker, Hilary Maricle, who came to CSC to give a presentation to help others understand Genetically Modified Organisms, otherwise known as GMOs.

The Olympics create a world-wide unity 0

The Olympics create a world-wide unity

The Olympics are a great time for the world to come together for a common interest; supporting their country. While everyday sports’ coverage is arguably overkill, the Olympics provide a different light onto sports in the media.

CSC CDC selling “Village Pie Maker” pies 0

CSC CDC selling “Village Pie Maker” pies

The CSC Child Development Center has announced that they are selling “Village Pie Maker” pies to fundraise for their Nature Explore Outdoor Learning Environment.

Senate allocates funds to purchase 22 senator jackets 0

Senate allocates funds to purchase 22 senator jackets

Senate has a current budget of $8,646.40 in unallocated funds. In allocated unspent funds, Senate has a budget of $163,421.33. Senate also discussed the matter of incentives for senators as a method of recruitment in depth, concluding that senator jackets would be the best form of incentive in addition to the polos they already have.

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High Plains Festival brings area youth to campus

CSC hosted over 175 students from high schools in the surrounding area on Monday and Tuesday as part of the 46th annual High Plains Band and Choir Festival. The festival is organized and executed by both the music department and members of the CSC chapter of the National Association for Music Education.