The Eagle’s website, csceagle.com, captured first in “Excellence in Digital Medium,” the top award in the digital medium competition of the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s Golden Leaf Awards, presented Saturday at the association’s annual conference hosted this year at Chadron State College.
The Eagle captured its fifth straight “Best in Overall Excellence” title in the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s annual Golden Leaf Awards, presented Saturday, this year, at CSC.
The Eagle staff earned awards in 19 of 19 individual categories, and scored points in 18 of 19 categories.
The CAB meeting opened up with an amendment to the agenda, moving voting until the April 21.
CAB currently has $4,408.52 in unallocated funds.
This was the last meeting with both senators and the current executive board with elections starting Wednesday.
Volunteers from the Chadron community and Chadron State College joined CSC’s Horticulturist and Grounds Supervisor Lucinda Mays Saturday morning for the sixth year of the Campus Volunteers Arboretum, to learn about pruning plants ranging from bushes, shrubs, trees, and others.
College media is descending on Chadron this weekend, as The Eagle will host the 2015 Nebraska Collegiate Media Association conference and Golden Leaf Awards.
Presidential candidates Michael Hall, Nathaniel Brown, and Katrina Hurley, and Vice President candidate Marci Luton competed in a Senate Debate Monday evening in the Library.
Karson Langley, who is also running for Senate Vice President, was unable to make the debate because she was away for a golf meet.
Chadron State College hosted a dinner and reception for newly hired University of Nebraska Systems President Hank M. Bounds Wednesday night as one stop on his tour of Nebraska.
The CSC chapter of Phi Beta Lambda qualified seven students for the national conference during the Phi Beta Lambda Nebraska State Leadership Conference in Kearney last weekend.
Students and faculty from Chadron State College were honored at the Phi Beta Lambda Nebraska State Leadership Conference in Kearney last weekend.
Students running for Senate President open up about their campaigns