A flood of calls, letters, and emails to the Nebraska State College System about its handling of the NCAA investigation and firing of former Head Football Coach Bill O’Boyle has prompted the System Office to hire a public relations firm to restore its tarnished public image.
Daily Archive: February 22, 2012
Virginia’s recent bill that would require a woman seeking an abortion to undergo a trans-vaginal ultrasound isn’t about practicality, rationality, or women’s health—it’s about contempt for women.
A few weeks ago, our opinion editor decided to take a look at Stephani Germanotta, better known by her stage name of Lady Gaga, who he believes to be “mediocre,” “arrogant,” and “unoriginal.” As usual, Aaron Gonzalez and I are not entirely on the same page, as Lady Gaga is one of my personal favorite artists.
It’s at once terribly cliché and, if you’re superstitious, possibly dangerous to call the Eagle’s 2011-2012 season a Cinderella story. But it’s tough not to notice the similarities.
The women’s basketball team, after losing five games straight, now sits in the bottom half of the table due to an 8-17 record (8-13 RMAC.)
This weekend the Eagles fell to both the UCCS Mountain Lions, 71-70, and the CSU-Pueblo ThunderWolves, 79-52, on Friday and Saturday respectively.
CSC track and field athletes were separated yet again this weekend as many of the field participants were in Spearfish, S.D. at the Black Hills Open on Friday, and most of the runners were in Lincoln at the Tune-Up Meet on Saturday.
Steve Friesen, director of the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, spoke to an audience of about 25 people, Friday in the Chicoine Atrium in the Sandoz Center.
While testifying before the Nebraska Legislature’s Education Committee in August, 2010, State Education Commissioner Roger Breed said there was no more fat in the state’s education budget, and that additional budget cuts would mean eliminating programs.
The Nebraska State College System’s Board of Trustees unanimously-approved a motion Wednesday to formally enter into a contractual agreement to provide academic courses to students in China.
Nebraska Appropriations Committee to begin decision debate regarding Chadron State’s $13 million funding request sometime this week, source says.
Tim Freburg, spokesman for Sen. Lavon Heidemann, chair of the Nebraska Appropriations Committee, said Tuesday morning “They still have a week before they go to the all-day debate for it, so I’m sure some sort of action will be taken sometime this week.”