The Eagles wrestling team narrowly defeated Western State Colorado University, Gunnison, 18-17, Friday. This was the first time CSC defeated Western since 2007.
CSC education majors and professors teach students about sound at the 3rd Science Saturday
Chadron State College hosted a full day of events Monday to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day, including presentations, a march, and Open Mic Night.
The Eagles’ wrestling team defeated three of its four opponents last week—one with tiebreaker criteria at home and two wins and a loss at the University of Nebraska Kearney duals.
Approximately 30 students learned how to protect themselves at Self Defense in the Lakota Room Saturday. Zeta Alpha Kappa brought self defense to campus. Students learned techniques from Second-Degree Black Belt Abbie Wiebesiek, 21,...
Alejandro Garcia, senior of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, concluded an impressive final cross country season as CSC’s first to compete at the NCAA D-II Men’s Cross Country Championships Nov. 19 in St. Leo, Florida.
“The Nether” explores two worlds in an attempt to decide what is reality and what is make-believe
The Black Team defeated the Cardinal team 20-18, Thursday at the wrestlers’ annual Black and Cardinal Classic. Multiple matches were close and went down to the final seconds.
2nd annual Oxfam Hunger Banquet educates students, faculty, and community about world hunger, inequality, and discrimination
Six turnovers defined the outcome of CSC’s last home game of the season against Black Hills State University, Spearfish, South Dakota. Even with more than 400 yards of total offense, the Eagles failed to outlast the Yellow Jackets, 21-19.