Daily Archive: January 11, 2012

Jan. 12, 2012

Jan. 12, 2012

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What do you think about Coach O’Boyle being fired?

What do you think about Coach O’Boyle being fired?

“It’s very unfortunate. I’m sad that he had to go, but it’s college football and it’s a business.”

—Quinell Atkins,

21, junior,
Graphic Design major,
of Fresno, Calif.

Chadron wrestlers to host Adams State

Chadron wrestlers to host Adams State

Sunday, the Eagles faced the Fort Hays State University Tigers, ranked 12th in Division II Wrestling Coaches’ Association polls, who cruised their way to a 24-10 victory. This afternoon, in the Nelson Physical Activity Center, the Eagles grapple with an even more formidable opponent: the Adams State Grizzlies of Alamosa, Colo., who are ranked 9th in the Division II WCA poll. Finally, on Saturday, the Eagles will travel north to the Dickinson State Open in Dickinson, N.D.

Paul must account for past associations

Paul must account for past associations

Since the 2008 election, Ron Paul has spearheaded the libertarian wing of the Tea Party movement and Republican Party, gaining a huge following of young, idealistic admirers.

There are ways to save time and money at college

There are ways to save time and money at college

With the new semester starting, sometimes one isn’t sure just what classes are to be taken, while others who already know a specific subject really well don’t understand why they must take a class for it again.

College approves search committee

College approves search committee

CSC President Janie Park approved committee members for the head football coaching position Wednesday, Kara Vogt, director of Human Resources, stated via email early Wednesday afternoon.

Stalking awareness month prompts safety tips from college, community

Stalking awareness month prompts safety tips from college, community

In our schools and in our neighborhoods, at home and in workplaces across our Nation, stalking endangers the physical and emotional well-being of millions of American men and women every year. Too often, stalking goes unreported

and unaddressed, and we must take action against this unacceptable abuse.