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Open Forum Correction

Open Forum Correction

Last week in the article, “Senate hosts short-notice forum,” we mistakenly said that there was only one voting senator present at the forum. There was a miscommunication and we apologize for our error. We...

Study abroad opportunity, May 2016

Study abroad opportunity, May 2016

There will be a justice studies study abroad program to London, Paris, and the Hague, available to students of all majors, on campus and online students, in May 2016. An informational meeting is scheduled...

Project Strive implements recycling program on campus

Project Strive implements recycling program on campus

Project Strive has implemented a recycling program on campus starting Oct. 1 and ending March 31, 2016. “Be Fantastic! Recycle Your Plastic!” is a recycling program through a program called Terracycle. Project Strive is encouraging students to donate if possible.

Retired wrestling champion will present to students

Retired wrestling champion will present to students

Marc Mero, retired wrestling champion, will be presenting at CSC at 7 p.m., Sunday in the ballroom. Mero will discuss his life during his wrestling career, his path to becoming a champion, the abuse...

Senate reduces concert allocation 25 percent on heels of veto; CAB celebrates Homecoming

Senate reduces concert allocation 25 percent on heels of veto; CAB celebrates Homecoming

Student Senate President Katrina Hurley, vetoed Monday an allocation of $5,500 for a concert sponsored by Chi Alpha and Revive.

Senate hosts short-notice forum

Senate hosts short-notice forum

A public forum on Monday, called on short notice and designed to garner student input on whether to fund a Christian concert sponsored by two Christian-based clubs, saw only a few students questioning the concert, nine members of one of the clubs defending it, and some student senators feeling as if they had no choice but to approve the request.

Amid praises, CSC dedicates Rangeland Complex

Amid praises, CSC dedicates Rangeland Complex

This weekend’s dedication of the new Rangeland Complex had a large turnout which included students, parents, faculty, staff, and alumni including former track athlete John Sides who is a part of a three generation CSC legacy and members of the Coffee family who financially supported a large amount of the complex.

Senate allocates $5,500 to Chi Alpha, Revive for Christian concert

Senate allocates $5,500 to Chi Alpha, Revive for Christian concert

Chi Alpha and Revive have been allocated $5,500 for the Small Town American Tour concert they are hosting Wednesday, Oct. 14 with only three senators abstaining from the vote and the rest voting yes.

Retired Army vet to present at CSC

Retired Army vet to present at CSC

Students in the FYI 169X: Survival Skills 101 course will host Kyle Roberson, supervisor of education at a federal camp at Yankton, South Dakota, who is coming to CSC to present three free sessions...