Life coach, award-winning author and speaker, and president of Campus Calm, Maria Pascucci spoke to CSC women Monday night during her Women in Leadership presentation where she focused on how perfectionism can hold women in college back from their full potential.
President Dillon Spies introduced Sami Schmit as the newest justice of a now full Court.
Chief Justice Coy Clark said that the Court decided it would have a rules meeting for Senate petitions at 6 p.m., April 1 and would only take petitions until 6:30 p.m. Any petitions submitted after that will not be accepted.
Salvage paleontologist for the Nebraska highways Shane Tucker gave two presentations last Thursday about his job of finding and saving fossils during road constructions throughout the state.
In Monday’s meeting, Chief Justice Coy Clark and Student Trustee Jacob Rissler presented the revisions to the court procedures of the constitution.
Internationally recognized gender violence speaker, Jackson Katz, spoke to Chadron State College students, faculty, staff, and Chadron community members at 11 a.m., Tuesday in the Student Center.
Student Trustee Jacob Rissler announced this is his last meeting and congratulated Vice Chair of Relations Mikayla Gallagher on securing his old position.
Retired FBI Special Agent, Ron Rawalt, will be speaking at CSC about the 1999 Scottsbluff murder of Adam Gomez at 6 p.m., March 26 in the Student Center.
Maria Pascucci, founder of Campus Calm, Author, speaker and certified life coach, will present her lecture “Get Perfectly Imperfect and Lead” 6-9 p.m., Monday in the Ballroom.
The Student Center Ballroom was filled with students, faculty and staff, and various foods during the CSC Dinning Services Food Vendor Show Friday. Those who attended were treated to free samples of chicken, steak, cinnamon rolls, various produce, and much more.
Student Senate voted in two new senators in a special meeting Wednesday called by Student Senate President Dillon Spies on Tuesday.