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Steve Rolfsmeier, director of the High Plains Herbarium, poses with specimens donated by the late Charles Sulzbach, a 1960 Chadron State College graduate. (Photo by Tena L. Cook) High Plains Herbarium receives three collections

May 27, 2015

CHADRON – Three significant donations have expanded the scope of the High Plains Herbarium collection at Chadron State College in a new and exciting way, according to Steve Rolfsmeier, director of the herbarium. The first, an archival quality collection of about 350 … Read more

CSC employees are assisted by children attending the Child Development Center during a May 14 plant pruning project. (Courtesy photo) Young volunteers help with landscape maintenance

May 25, 2015

CHADRON – Of the many volunteers who have helped plant, mulch and prune plants on the Chadron State College campus this spring, children attending the Child Development Center (CDC) are the youngest to chip in, according to horticulturist Lucinda Mays. Other campus … Read more

A turtle crossing a road near Hay Springs, Nebraska, is one of several large format photos in the "West of Last Chance" display on loan from the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney. The exhibit is in the Sandoz Center until Aug. 15.(Tena L. Cook/Chadron State College) "West of Last Chance" photos on display

May 25, 2015

CHADRON – A traveling exhibit of regional rural photographs on loan from the Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA) in Kearney is on display in the Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage center now through August 15. “West of Last Chance” is a unique … Read more

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Longtime CSC professor, Cartwright, dies

May 23, 2015

Michael Cartwright, a former language and literature professor at Chadron State College who taught at the college for 24 years, died Friday at his home in … Read more

Kinbacher's first book focuses on immigrants living on the Great Plains

May 20, 2015

CHADRON – Immigration is not a tranquil trail. Arrival in a foreign country can be challenging, especially when it lacks a familiar language and aspects of culture … Read more

President's and Dean's lists announced

May 20, 2015

CHADRON – Chadron State College has announced the names of 636 undergraduate students who qualify for the institution's spring 2015 academic honors lists. The president’s list, which … Read more

Story Catcher writing workshop registration opens

May 19, 2015

CHADRON – Registration is now open for the Story Catcher Summer Writing Workshop June 12-14. Workshop faculty members include Dr. Steven Coughlin, CSC assistant professor of English … Read more

Sigrist named Project Strive/TRiO Student of the Month for April

May 19, 2015

Casey Sigrist, a senior from Scottsbluff, Nebraska, has been named the Project/Strive TRiO Student of the Month for April. “This awards signifies all the time I’ve spent … Read more

CSC master’s degree helps graduate help others

May 18, 2015

A Master of Business Administration degree from Chadron State College has been useful professionally for Colorado attorney Darby Moses, and given her skills that have benefitted … Read more

Rahman presents at regional communication conference

May 15, 2015

CHADRON – A recent research paper by Dr. Shafiq Rahman, associate professor of communication arts at Chadron State College, was recognized by peer reviewers as one … Read more

Summer stage beckons for CSC theatre students

May 13, 2015

Shakespeare’s famous maxim ‘All the world’s a stage’ seems to ring true for three of the students in the theatre program at Chadron State College who … Read more

Campus Arboretum Volunteers workday rescheduled to May 30

May 12, 2015

CHADRON – The Campus Arboretum Volunteers will meet Saturday, May 30, to work on a living fence of pollinator-friendly plants between Eagle Ridge housing and 10th … Read more

Bieganski honored with Distinguished Alumni Award

May 12, 2015

CHADRON – Ed Bieganski, a longtime supporter of Chadron State College, was awarded the college’s Distinguished Alumni Award during a luncheon in his honor following the … Read more