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Pool project takes a dive

Jan. 23, 2013

Chadron State’s quest to regain pool access for the campus community took a dive Monday when Chadron’s five-member City Council could not reach a consensus to approve a contract with a design firm.

O’Boyle, college admit to ‘major’ NCAA ‘infractions’

Jan. 17, 2013

Chadron State College and its former Head Football Coach, Bill O’Boyle, publicly admitted Wednesday to “major” NCAA “infractions” that occurred as early as 2007 and continued through 2011. The Nebraska State College System posted on its website the college’s 33-page response and O’Boyle’s 25-page response to the NCAA’s “Notice of Allegations” surrounding football fundraising activities and a lack of institutional oversight.

Senate seeks foreign language option

Jan. 16, 2013

Student Senate discussed foreign language programs, and swore in a new senator at its Monday meeting. T.J. Thomson, vice president, said that Coordinator of Student Activities Laure Sinn talked with him about buying digital licenses for foreign language learning software.

Highlights from the past 12 months

Jan. 10, 2013

2012 saw President Barack Obama re-elected to another term. Super-storm Sandy ravaged the Northeastern U.S. Queen Elizabeth II of England celebrated her Diamond Jubilee. And the world failed to end—several times.

Tax season delayed

Jan. 9, 2013

Due to the recent passage of the American Taxpayer Relief Act, the IRS announced Tuesday that it is delaying processing individual tax returns until Jan. 30. The new date is eight days later than the original one set by the IRS.

ARC votes on FYI courses

Jan. 9, 2013

At its last meeting of 2012, the ARC voted to allow a student that fails an FYI course to replace it with a different FYI course, provided they follow an appeal process and obtain approval. The committee remanded the details of the process to the Student Academic Review Committee, a subcommittee of Faculty Senate.

Student government approves new club

Jan. 9, 2013

The new year started off with Student Senate approving a new club.
Christian Challenge was approved as an on campus club by a majority of senators.

Legislature to vote on 2-year tuition freeze

Jan. 9, 2013

Gov. Dave Heineman will propose, for the first time in Nebraska history, a joint two-year tuition freeze, totaling $68.3 million, when he submits his budget to the Nebraska Unicameral Tuesday.

CSC launches mobile-friendly platform

Dec. 21, 2012

Since yesterday’s launch of a new online platform, CSC’s students can now access a wealth of online data including class schedules, financial aid information, and more in mobile-friendly format.

‘ACCLAIM’ magazine comes to CSC

Dec. 6, 2012

Undergraduates and graduates from a wide variety of majors, departments, and backgrounds have come together to create Chadron State College’s inaugural student-produced magazine, ACCLAIM.