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Downed elevators cause issues for students, campus life

Aug. 21, 2013

One of High Rise’s two elevators has been out-of-service since the beginning of the fall semester, due to a power outage that damaged the elevator’s control boards, according to Chadron State College Physical Facilities Coordinator Blair Brennan.

Rhine ready for new year

Aug. 21, 2013

Although he served as interim president for Chadron State after former CSC President Janie Park retired, newly inaugurated President Randy Rhine is still learning the ropes of being a college president.

Senate resignations allows for new faces

Aug. 21, 2013

Three members of Student Senate announced their resignation Monday.

Library renovations underway for new year

Aug. 15, 2013

Welcome back new and returning Chadron State College students to the start of a new academic year! As you get into (or back into) the swing of college life, please take time to visit the Reta King Library located in the center of the campus.

Chadron State football team to don new uniforms

Jul. 15, 2013

Out with the old and in with the new, Chadron State’s football team will be sporting new uniforms this upcoming season, which cost about $25,000, Head Coach Jay Long said Monday.

Former commissioner takes reins of CSC’s athletics program

May. 31, 2013

Chadron State hired former Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Commissioner J.R. Smith as its sixth athletic director, Sports Information Director Alex Helmbrecht stated Wednesday.

From seeds to sprouts

Apr. 30, 2013

She is an affable woman with mahogany hair and bright eyes to match. She and her husband met in college, and they will celebrate their 30th anniversary this year. Friendliness personified, she is Ann Rhine, wife of Chadron State College’s 11th president.

State association awards third-place honor to csceagle.com

Apr. 26, 2013

The Eagle’s website, csceagle.com, earned third place in the Best in Overall Excellence Digital Medium Division at the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association conference hosted Saturday at Doane College, Crete.

Nebraska tuition freeze ‘likely’

Apr. 24, 2013

It is likely that the Nebraska legislature will increase funding to the university system as well as the state college system during the next two years.

State media association elects new leadership

Apr. 24, 2013

Michael Kennedy, instructor of Social and Communication Arts, is now the vice president of the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association (NCMA) and the president-elect for the NCMA in 2014.