B10, B11, and O17 NMR were used to study B2O3 glass. B10 NMR was employed to determine the most probable values and the Gaussian widths (σ) of the distributions of the quadrupole coupling constant (Qcc) and the asymmetry parameter (η). The resulting values are Q0cc=5.51 MHz, σQcc=0.21 MHz, η0=0.12, and ση=0.043. These values are consistent with results using B11 NMR. The O17 NMR spectra are obtained and analyzed using two sites: site 1 is characterized by Q0cc=4.69 MHz, σQcc=0.10 MHz, η0=0.58; site 2 is characterized by Q0cc=5.75 MHz, η0=0.4, and ση=0.2. Only small distributions are present for site 1 and for Qcc of site 2. A Townes-Daily calculation was employed, using the boroxol ring model of B2O3 glass, to determine the charge distributions and the B-O-B angle outside the boroxol rings. The results are consistent with a structure composed of randomly oriented boroxol rings.