The CSC rodeo team will be in action Friday-Sunday, at the Dawes County Fairgrounds.
Student Senate debated ways to increase staff and faculty traffic flow to the coffee shop, Book Ends, in the library. At the meeting Monday night, Director of Food Services Tracy Shuck answered questions regarding, and spoke to Senate about Book Ends, saying that “student use of it not the issue,” but the lack of use by the faculty and staff. Each day, the coffee shop gets roughly 45 to 65 visitors, most of these visitors being students. Students can use their Eagle Bucks to purchase coffee, and snacks, but profit comes from the use of credit cards, or cash.
Eleven middle school students from Chadron attended a Western Education program hosted by Dakota Rice, 22, senior of Kellogg, Idaho. Rice, a math education major, taught the students the importance of agriculture, including livestock, crops, and the unique way of life that people in agriculture live.
The AFB, Activities Fee Board, needs another member to complete this year’s committee. Last year, AFB allocated roughly $204,000 to fund clubs on campus, with $60,000 not spent. Vice Chair of Finance, Tierra Snyder, stressed that this money needs to be spent, or will not be allocated the next year.
The CEO of the Chadron State Foundation announced her retirement, effective at the end of 2017.
Chadron State College and Chadron Police Department are conducting separate investigations into claims of hazing during an initiation rite allegedly conducted last weekend among members of the wrestling team.
In response to President Donald Trump’s termination to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), NSCS Chancellor Stan Carpenter issued a statement Wednesday, letting DACA students know that they are still welcome. “As Chancellor...
CSC’s former IT Analyst Ted Tewahade steps into a new role as the lead Title IX Coordinator.
The AFB, Activity Fee Board, needs two members to complete this year’s committee. AFB is responsible for allotting the money that students pay each year in activity fees to fund many of the clubs on campus.
A meeting to go over information about the May 2018 Study Abroad program will be 3 p.m. Wednesday, in Admin room 323.