Editorial
Opinion

To love… or not to love : Pros and cons to Valentine’s Day

The Eagle editors list the pros and cons of Valentines day in this week’s special Valentine’s Day issue.

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Columns
Opinion

On the Bright Side: Look away from the screen

Are you judging someone’s latest Facebook post? Are you watching a Vine compilation? Are you reading the comments section to see people argue?

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

I hate winter week starts with donut run

Residence Life Association’s annual “I hate winter week” kicked off with the “Donut Freeze Your Buns Off,” as students participated in a 0.5k run/walk for donuts. 

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Lifestyles
Theatre

CSC theatre presents Christopher Durang’s mayhem-infused comedy “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”

“Beware Hootie Pie!” is shouted from the stage by Cassandra, the cleaning lady/resident psychic in Christopher Durang’s “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.”

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Campus Events
Lifestyles

Paint n’ Sip brings creative entertainment

Despite the windchill of 18 degrees below zero,  students’ creative fire burned as they gathered in the East rooms of the Student center to paint.

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Campus Events
Lifestyles
News

Besties win in friend trivia game

The Resident Life Association’s event “So, You Think You Know Your Roommate/Friend?” created a bonding time for students and their friends in the Hub Monday night. 

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Track & Field

Grimes breaks SD State Classic record

Following last week’s first-place finish, All-American sophomore Isaac Grimes, of Moreno Valley, California, led the Chadron State Eagles by breaking meet and facility records in the long jump, Friday, and placing runner-up in the 60-meter dash finals, Saturday, at the South Dakota State Classic in Brookings, South Dakota. 

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Wrestling

Eagles prep for regionals at Rocky Mountain open

Multiple Eagle Wrestlers found success Sunday in Golden, Colorado, at the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Open, hosted by Colorado School of Mines. 

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Basketball

Road trouble continues for CSC women

The Eagles’ women’s basketball team continued to have difficulty on the road this weekend. Friday, they played Colorado School of Mines and were defeated 52-81. Saturday, they fell to University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 45-80.

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