Smoking, while not as common as it used to be, is still a major part of today’s society. While I have my opinion on smoking in general, I’m going to focus on one area that is bothersome to me on campus.
If you want Health 101 funded, how can the subject matter be better delivered to students?
Anonymous survey taker
I think they are both beneficial because they offer different points of view and insights.
Juxtaplanation comic illustrated by Janelle Kesterson
Saturday I had the opportunity to attend the Athletic Hall of Fame hosted at the Student Center Ballroom. After listening to all the speakers talk about their time at CSC, I took note of two key things most of the speakers commented on.
This week in Senate, Student Senate President Katrina Hurley introduced a new project that I think is not only a great opportunity for students, but is an opportunity to give back to our community and better our city of Chadron.
As editors of a newspaper, it is not our job to babysit the college. It is not our job to make the college look bad or good. Our duty is to inform our readers about what is happening. Whatever it may be, a teacher earning tenure, or a coach under investigation. The public deserves to know what is going on around them.
College students have various ways of celebrating events, holidays, and just having fun with friends. However, a recurring theme I have noticed in my four and a half years at Chadron State College is the constant partying and alcohol consumption.
20, sophomore of Pierre, South Dakota
“I feel inmates should receive good care, but they receive too good of care for what they’ve done. The death penalty doesn’t really need to exist, but I understand why people feel the need to have it.”
In our Oct. 8 edition of The Eagle, our editorial called for Senate advisers to take a larger role in Student Senate activities. We asked advisers to provide more advice and to help guide Student Senate.