RLA hosts tie dye event for students
CSC’s Cody Trump won the saddle bronc riding to take an early lead in CRMC standings.
John Murphy, senior of Harrison, and Gabriela Perez, senior of Sioux City, Iowa, were announced, respectively, CSC’s Homecoming King and Queen last night during the Coronation.
Sept. 21, 2017
It was a nice Sunday evening when students, faculty and family members walked together around campus, participating in the Suicide Prevention Walk beginning at the Clock Tower by the Student Center, to help raise awareness about suicide as well as raising funds for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Despite an impressive aerial assault against the top team in the RMAC, the CSC football team came up short against Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, 24-10 Saturday, at Elliott Field.
Men’s and Women’s teams win Chadron State Invitational
Eleven middle school students from Chadron attended a Western Education program hosted by Dakota Rice, 22, senior of Kellogg, Idaho. Rice, a math education major, taught the students the importance of agriculture, including livestock, crops, and the unique way of life that people in agriculture live.