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A positive outlook helps you cope with the unexpected

Oct. 30, 2013

More than once, I have been told I am too happy, that I smile too often, or that I have way too much perkiness. I’ve been compared to an over-active puppy dog; annoyingly full of energy and happiness.

Cat Calls don’t impress, they come off as creepy

Oct. 23, 2013

A friend of mine works at the Best Western here in Chadron, and often sees characters of all sorts come through. Two weeks ago, she texted me about the football team that was staying in their hotel.

Stop being cowards, own up to your opinions in public

Oct. 23, 2013

Anonymity is a horrible thing.

Take away a person’s accountability, and you’ll see what kind of human being they really are.

Telling war stories is never easy

Oct. 23, 2013

I was invited to sit on a panel of Veterans last Thursday for an FYI class, “Virtue and the Warrior Spirit,” taught by English and Humanities Professors Kathleen Bahr and Brad Wilburn.

Fight Homesickness, think of CSC as home

Oct. 23, 2013

Take a lesson from the wise makers of clichés: the road to life success is always under construction.

The ‘Garry’s Incident’ incident

Oct. 23, 2013

If you aren’t familiar with the independent gaming scene, then it’s doubtful you have heard the recent controversy surrounding a game called “Day One: Garry’s Incident”.

Journalism serves a vital function

Oct. 23, 2013

Isaac Avilucea, reporter for the North Adams Transcript, in North Adams, Mass., wrote a feature story last week about Cheyanne Alcombright, a local school soccer player.

Letter: Digmann “Student senate spending”

Oct. 14, 2013

I am absolutely outraged at the amount of money student senate is using for their trip to Louisiana.

Letter: Reynaga “Partisanship is Cancerous”

Oct. 14, 2013

With the flurry of events resulting from the infamous “government shutdown”, it would be easy to jump on the bandwagon and place blame squarely on the shoulders of Congress for our countries fiscal problems.

Senate must rein in runaway spending: serve students before serving self

Oct. 10, 2013

This week, Student Senate allocated $16,000 from student activity fees to send seven students and an adviser to New Orleans, La., in November, for a “leadership” conference.