Former CSC Head Football Coach Bill O’Boyle gave two interviews to The Eagle during the past week in which contrasted his joy at the state audit’s release and the emotional toil the ongoing NCAA investigation was taking on him and those around him.
Daily Archive: March 21, 2012
Sometimes in life it seems that things go from bad to worse. Take Afghanistan. Not too long ago there was outrage over U.S. forces urinating on enemy corpses. Then some soldiers burned a copy of the Quran, causing even greater outrage.
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“I don’t know much about it honestly.”
Pre-Physical Therapy major,
The CSC faculty and staff have gone to great lengths to provide quality education for students both in and outside the classroom. Although I graduated from a more costly university, I would dare to say that CSC graduates will be superior to higher-cost colleges upon graduation if they take full advantage of additional resources being offered at CSC.
I would like to thank everyone for all of their support and kindness these past few months and the entire time our family has called Chadron our home. When I came to Chadron in 1987 as a graduate assistant, I had no intention of staying in this area any longer than what time it would take to finish my master’s degree.
March 21-April 6, senior art students are exhibiting their culminate projects in Memorial Hall’s main gallery. Artists include Morgan Allberry, Kelsey Bogus, Jean Dobias, Timm Hoff, Joshua Hoffman, Daniel King, Marty Lastovica, Kathy Underwood, and Tiffany Wiley. A special artist’s reception will be 4-6 p.m. Friday. Refreshments will be served. Aptly named “The Big Show,” the exhibit represents Chadron’s diverse talent pool. The Main Gallery is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
You wouldn’t believe how many people today live their lives compromising their values in order to avoid conflict with their peers. The compromising I am talking about comes in the form of our definition of what is true in the world both physically and spiritually.
For the first time in more than six months since Chadron State self-reported possible football fundraising violations to the NCAA, former Head Football Coach Bill O’Boyle spoke publicly about the ongoing investigation, the college’s administration and its governing body.
“They publicly tried to assassinate me, which they did,” O’Boyle said in a telephone interview Friday afternoon.
Chris Garrett, one of two candidates for the dean of teaching and learning position at Chadron State, is apparently ready to make the transition from a private, religious university, to a secular, public state college by tossing in his hat to the applicant pool at CSC.