Daily Archive: February 29, 2012

March 1, 2012

March 1, 2012

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What event have you enjoyed most so far this year? Why?

What event have you enjoyed most so far this year? Why?

“The basketball game against Kearney, because it was crazy packed.”

—Alex Alderman,
19, sophomore,
Special Education major, of Rapid City, S.D.

There is no ‘War on Religion’

There is no ‘War on Religion’

I love guns, red meat, and the Bible just as much as the next God-fearing patriot, but I don’t understand why many of my fellow Americans are convinced that there is a “war on religion”.

NSCS committee reviewing  proposals for new software

NSCS committee reviewing proposals for new software

Software designed to manage work requests and inventory; archive work and project history for archival use and reporting; and providing staff with resources that will help prioritize and finish projects more efficiently is on CSC’s horizon, according to materials from the Nebraska State College System’s website.

Eagles trampled in tourney opener

Eagles trampled in tourney opener

In 1980, the U.S. Olympic Ice Hockey team, a group of amateur and collegiate players, beat the best hockey team in the world and won an Olympic gold medal. But for every “miracle on ice,” a thousand teams must fail.

In 2012, the Eagles joined the ranks of those teams.

CSC professor wins publication award

CSC professor wins publication award

“Diaspora” means “the scattering of people away from their homeland”. Shafiqur Rahman, associate professor of communication arts, employs this term in his new book; “The Bangladeshi Diaspora in the United State After 9/11: From Obscurity to High Visibility”.

Letter: Kelly Clarke on O’Boyle

Letter: Kelly Clarke on O’Boyle

I didn’t know this school endorsed hypocrisy.

Vice President for Academic & Student affairs Dr. Lois Veath has been allowed to take another position before her contract at Chadron is complete. Meanwhile, the school terminated Coach O’Boyle, only to discover he secured another position. So they brought him back and reprimanded him. That is not fair.

CSC clubs admit to off-campus bank accounts

CSC clubs admit to off-campus bank accounts

In a Jan. 6 email from Nebraska State College System Chancellor Stan Carpenter stated that he was informed Jan. 5, “after the BKD report was issued some folks came forward to disclose other accounts.”