Court rules in favor of CSC in professor’s wrongful termination lawsuit
A new club, Eagles for Life, was approved at the CAB meeting 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Scottsbluff Room.
Hurley announced a detailed schedule of events for Spring Daze at the open forum Thursday in the Student Center.
Senate discussed purchasing new automated external defibrillators after a senator claimed the ones on campus are not compatible with the equipment on the Chadron ambulances at a meeting 5 p.m. Monday in the Student Center.
Two of three CSC students arrested on marijuana possession charges Tuesday, March 28, were fined Wednesday afternoon after their case was adjudicated in the Dawes County Court.
CSC submitted an assurance argument to the Higher Learning Commission Thursday, as the last step to renewing accreditation before HLC reviewers visit campus.
With Vice President Karson Langley gone for golf and Senate President Katrina Hurley gone to an AIPAC meeting in the District of Columbia, Student Senate Secretary Olivia Vester ran the Senate meeting, where $2,000 was allocated to bring an inspirational speaker to campus next semester.
CAB Chair Morgan Carrico announced that next week nominations will open for the board positions for next year.
Senate discussed bringing inspirational speaker Holly Hoffman, former “Survivor: Nicaragua” contestant, to campus next year at the open forum Thursday night.
A remodeled stadium, updated press box, renovated field, and construction of an outdoor track are in the future for CSC’s sports department.