Student journalists earn awards, including 12 first places, in writing, photography and designRead More
CSC’s offensive onslaught in their first game, Saturday, began in the third inning. With the bases loaded and no outs in the bottom of the third inning, CSC’s Kayla Michel, senior of Brighton, Colorado, hit a grand slam against Dixie State pitcher Cambrie Hazel, sophomore of Spanish Fork, Utah, to give the Eagles a 6-4 lead. The Eagles would add another run to extend their lead to 7-4 before the close of the inning.Read More
CSC will break ground on the new outdoor track at the track groundbreaking ceremony at 11 a.m. next Wednesday near the Chicoine Center. After winter weather canceled classes on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, derailing plans for the 11 a.m. groundbreaking that Friday. Nebraska State College System Chancellor Paul Turman planned to attend both the groundbreaking […]Read More
Tenors rang and Altos boomed Sunday evening as the CSC Concert Choir and Community Chorus performed in the Memorial Hall Auditorium. Dr. Joel Shreuder directed the event, and pianist Bobby Pace accompanied the singers.Read More
After three failed motions and a lengthy debate, Senate voted 10-6 to allocate AFB’s recommended 2019-2020 budgets of $600 for Band and $350 for Choir, a significant cut from their $4,360 and $2,150 respective requests.
Because of cloudiness surrounding board policies on academic clubs and student organizations, Senate decided that funding sheet music, the focus of the cuts, fell into course fees rather than student activity fees. Senator and AFB member Kristina McGann, senior of Broken Bow, said AFB felt that because Band and Choir requires members to enroll in a class to participate, sheet music was akin to textbooks.Read More