Daily Archive: November 16, 2011

Paterno case exposes colleges’ major flaws

Paterno case exposes colleges’ major flaws

Before taking the title as Pope, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which oversees the cases of child molestation by priests worldwide.

Pipeline rerouted, taxpayers to pay for survey

Pipeline rerouted, taxpayers to pay for survey

TransCanada agreed Monday to alter the Keystone XL Pipeline’s route to avoid the Sand Hills region. The originally proposed route would stretch from Canada to Texas over Nebraska and the Ogallala Aquifer.

No-win for Eagles basketball

No-win for Eagles basketball

Chadron’s men’s basketball team hasn’t claimed a victory yet this season, but they’ve certainly come close. The Eagles’ first two games against Montana State University Billings and the University of Mary, Bismarck, N.D. have been decided by margins of 4 and 1 points, respectively.

Support swells around O’Boyle

Support swells around O’Boyle

The town of Chadron filled up rapidly last weekend with supporters for embattled CSC coach Bill O’Boyle. Approximately 100 football players, their parents and local well-wishers gathered Saturday morning.

Cadre of administrators and staff attend senate, discuss library

Cadre of administrators and staff attend senate, discuss library

Senate members brought their ideas on the library renovations to a group of faculty and staff dealing with the plans for renovations at Monday’s meeting.

Commercialism crashes Christmas

Commercialism crashes Christmas

In the small town of Waynesville, N.C., there is a shop called “Christmas Is… Everyday,” which as the name implies sells Christmas products all year, seven days a week, 365. To the outsider it may either seem a little creepy or quaint. Creepy because it looks like an obsession, quaint because it is so unique.

What do you think about the situation at Penn. State University?

What do you think about the situation at Penn. State University?

“I think Jerry Sandusky is guilty and it was wrong for the coaches not to go straight to the authorities.”

—Tony Garcia,

21, junior, Criminal Justice major
of Spearfish, S.D.