NSCS Board to consider $1m in CSC upgrades

Apr. 18, 2012

The Nebraska State College System’s Board of Trustees will consider $1 million worth of upgrades and renovations to Chadron State’s campus at its spring meeting Friday in Nebraska City.

Former senior state auditor begins work at System Office

Apr. 18, 2012

Following State Auditor of Public Account’s audit of the Nebraska State College System in February, the APA accused CSC and the NSCS of poor decision-making and a lack of oversight. Now, the System Office has hired one of the APA’s own senior auditors to assist with accounting, Amy Hock.

Band director vacancy draws international talent

Apr. 18, 2012

Chadron State College is searching for a new band director to replace Adam Lambert as he moves to take a new position at a different school.

No Senate this week

Apr. 11, 2012

Student Senate will reconvene 5 p.m. Monday, April 16.

Park to retire; Rhine steps in

Apr. 11, 2012

Chadron State College President Janie Park announced Tuesday she was retiring effective May 11, and that Randy Rhine, vice president for Enrollment Management and Student Services, would serve as interim president.

ROTC teaches cadets to be leaders

Apr. 11, 2012

Objective: enemies are to be killed on sight unless there is a surrender.

NSCS office hires accounting director

Apr. 11, 2012

In order to expand the financial oversight of its three member-institutions, the Nebraska State College System posted a vacancy announcement for a new position, director of system-wide accounting, in January.

Student-produced magazine on CSC’s horizon

Apr. 11, 2012

Chadron State College’s inaugural student-produced magazine, ACCLAIM will be a 48-page, full-color magazine detailing the past, present, and future of Chadron State College and its students. ACCLAIM is sponsored by The Media Club, and will be published annually each fall.

Park to retire, Rhine steps in as interim president

Apr. 10, 2012

Chadron State College President Janie Park announced her plans to retire from the college today at an all-staff appreciation luncheon.

Governor, legislature approve ‘historic’ facility funding for CSC

Apr. 4, 2012

Recently-passed legislation grants Chadron State the largest facility appropriation in the institution’s 101-year history.

The legislation was introduced to the Nebraska Unicameral Jan. 17 by Sen. John Harms, of Scottsbluff, and Sen. Lavon Heidemann, of Elk Creek.