Social Work 435 class hosted the Child Welfare Conference yesterday in the Student Center to fulfill their capstone requirement.
Senate unanimously approved $4,400 for the Student Health 101 Magazine, which is made available to students through their emails, and gives them information on different types of health issues.
Friday at the Student Senate Leadership Conference, members of Wayne State College’s Senate met with members of CSC’s Senate and Peru State College’s Senate to discuss a proposal for a change to Nebraska State College System’s Board Policies 2700 and 5000.
Eager, job-seeking students pursued regional and local business that filled Chadron State College’s Student Center lobby 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday for CSC’s Academic Planning Service’s first fall Career Fair.
Following the candidate forum, Pool Project Advocate John Parton presented for the Citizens Advocacy For Pool Enhancement Committee, urging citizens to vote yes on the referendum on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Three open city council spots prompted seven candidates from Chadron to run for office.
The Chadron Chamber of Commerce will host their annual Moonlight Madness block party 4-6 p.m., Oct. 31. The event will take place downtown on Main Street. A penny carnival and costume contest will take...
CAB voted to change its bylaws and will take the changes to Senate for approval Monday. CAB plans to change the members of the executive board and add the position of Vice Chair of Relations.
Senate President Dillon Spies announced that Coy Clark, 19, sophomore of Benkelman Marci Luton, Andrews Hall senator, and Courtney Bustillos, liberal arts senator were selected to attend the Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida.
CSC student Timothy C. Jungquist, 19, was released from Dawes County Jail Oct. 15 after posting a 10 percent of $50,000 bond, following a bond hearing that same day. His original bond was set at 10 percent of $150,000. As of Wednesday, there were no further proceedings in the case.