CSC’s The Eagle publishing online, plans to resume printing this semester

CHADRON — Since the retirement of longtime instructor Michael Kennedy in May, Chadron State College’s student newspaper, The Eagle, has been without a full-time faculty adviser and has not printed an issue this semester

Eben Rosentrader is the editor-in chief of The Eagle. Plans for printing The Eagle have been in flux.

“We had some serious setbacks that put us behind where we wanted to be, but, hopefully, in the next week or maybe the week after, we are hoping to put out a paper going forward until the end of the semester.

“We are unfortunately short-staffed, so it has been a challenge to get back up and running. We appreciate the patience our readers have had with us, and we are still posting our work online,” Rosentrader said.

He said that students should submit their writings through the website in order to be considered for publication. Kathleen Kirsch, the chairperson of the Communication Arts Department is the interim professorial adviser for the Fall 2023 semester. The content can be found at

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