Former Head Football Coach Bill O’Boyle has been reassigned to administrative work, according to CSC President Janie Park.
Daily Archive: February 22, 2012
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Though Valentine’s Day has come and gone, this exhibit has a romantic theme, or a not so romantic theme, so there is a little something for both the lovers and haters of all things romantic.
Approximately 50 students, half as many as expected, attended a dining etiquette presentation and meal, Wednesday in the ballroom. Student Services hosted the event. Dr. Barbara Limbach, a business professor, gave the presentation.
Mike Webber, adjunct instructor from the Findlay University in Findlay, Ohio, discussed many different topics, all dealing with incident planning and preparedness, at the Crisis Management Program in the Student Center, Wednesday.
The Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children selected CSC Professor Kim Madsen as the recipient of the Distinguished Service to Children Award.
Chadron State College is paying $29,526 for the remainder of the current academic year to recently-hired Head Football Coach Jay Long, who took over the reigns to CSC’s football program Feb. 6.
Despite its title, Garrison Keillor’s “Life among the Lutherans” is not about religion (either as a screed or preaching) but rather the ways of the Lutherans and their world in the fictional little town of Lake Wobegon, whether it be the trials of Pastor Inqvist, the amusement of the dysfunctional marriage of Clint and Irene Bunsen, or even the funny songs about just being Lutheran. When comparing Lutherans with Episcopalians, one song goes “Henry VIII would marry a woman, And then her head would drop. J. S. Bach had  kids, ‘Cause his organ had no stop!”
CAB members discussed the time capsule and Galaxy Series events at the meeting, Tuesday.
Fueled by an outdated portion of the NCAA website, rumors accumulated in recent weeks regarding the NCAA’s enforcement process and its method for notifying Chadron State.
According to the “Enforcement Process” page of its website, the NCAA’s initial notification procedure to a member-school involved in potential violations states, “the NCAA sends a notice of inquiry to the NCAA member school’s president or chancellor.” The same NCAA page refers to the notice twice as being a letter.