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Social work class to host disabilities-focused campus conference

Nov. 7, 2012

A desire to “give back” drove CSC student Samantha Kerner, senior of Baldwin, Iowa, to choose social work as her major, and is, along with class credit, the reason that students from SW435 are hosting the “Dis-Abilities No More–Together We Will Explore” conference from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday in the Student Center’s Ballroom.

Kerner and her colleagues are organizing the conference around education, opportunities, and employment for the disabled. Kerner said the conference consists of two keynote speeches and numerous breakout sessions Wednesday morning and afternoon.

Mike Floyd, with the National Federation of the Blind, will deliver the morning keynote address, while Gary May, an author, educator, and Vietnam veteran, will present the afternoon speech.

The event, which includes a complimentary lunch, is free and open to the public.

CAB urges students to question candidates

Nov. 7, 2012

The Campus Activities Board talked about the importance of attending the CSC presidential candidate meetings coming up next week. Morgan Nelson, student trustee, brought the idea to the floor, and stressed that the students have a huge impact on the candidates.

College digs into $13 million investment

Oct. 31, 2012

After Saturday’s homecoming football victory against New Mexico Highlands, players, community members, students, band members, staff, and faculty crowded in an area east of Elliot Field to break ground on the 98,300 square feet renovation and expansion of the Armstrong Complex.

Lincoln concert a high note in Choir’s season

Oct. 31, 2012

On Nov. 15, 40 members of the Chadron State College Concert Choir will travel to Lincoln for the Nebraska Music Educators Conference.

Faculty union awarding $1,000 in scholarships

Oct. 31, 2012

Chadron State’s Educational Association, one of three employee unions at the college, is offering $1,000 in student scholarships for the upcoming spring semester.

Senate debates student fees

Oct. 31, 2012

The new intramural sports fee was the main topic of discussion this week at Student Senate.

Down and Dirty

Oct. 31, 2012

Crews prep for Rangeland Center site’s foundation

Office 365 invades Eaglemail

Oct. 24, 2012

On Friday, CSC’s IT Department sent an email to all students stating that their EagleMail accounts would soon be upgraded with a new framework–Office 365.

CAB preps for lively ‘undead’ homecoming

Oct. 24, 2012

Homecoming was the main topic of discussion at this week’s CAB meeting.

Senate dissatisfied with communication

Oct. 24, 2012

Student Senate lost its effectiveness when it lost its membership quorum at Monday’s meeting.