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W.W. Norton Releases Debut Novel by Boise State MFA Graduate Meghan Kenny

W.W. Norton Releases Debut Novel

Meghan Kenny is a member of the first graduating class of Boise State’s MFA program in Creative Writing. W.W. Norton and Co. has published her debut novel, “The Driest Season.” The novel is based on her award-winning short story of …

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COAS Announces New Interim Roles for Leslie Durham, Kathleen Keys

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This move follows the announcement that Tony Roark will act as interim provost and vice president for academic affairs.

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Condoleezza Rice Documentary Screening Feb. 15

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The Center for Idaho History and Politics joins Idaho Public Television and the Idaho Statesman for an advance screening of selections from American Creed. This PBS documentary by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and historian David Kennedy explores whether a unifying set of …

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Family of Woman Film Festival Screenings on Campus Feb. 27-28

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The festival strives to engage people on the issues of women around the world.

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Free Strength, Function and Balance Class for Adults 50 and Older

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The School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Kinesiology is offering a free eight-week strength, function and balance class for adults of 50 years of age and older who are looking to improve their physical function. The objective of this …

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Learn How to Use a Desktop Milling Machine at the MakerLab

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Want to learn how to use a milling machine? Now, anyone at Boise State can learn. The MakerLab at Albertsons Library will host trainings at 10 a.m. every Friday until the end of the semester. RSVP for the training on Org Sync. Starting …

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Spring Commencement Returns to Taco Bell Arena; SUB Will Open for Family Friendly Viewing Opportunities

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Each graduate will be allotted five tickets for the arena to ensure all students have the chance for their chosen friends and family to attend the ceremony in person.

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Students, Faculty Explore Ways to Fight Harassment in the Workplace

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Student groups collaborate with faculty and Idaho State Rep. Melissa Wintrow with the goal of creating healthier, safer and more respectful workplaces for women and men.

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Make the Most of Treefort Music Fest 2018

The Treefort Music Fest is coming back to downtown Boise from March 21-25. The festival is a five-day event that hosts hundreds of bands from all over the world, some including Boise State students, staff and alumni, at many different venues …

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‘Better Call Saul’ Writer Returns to Boise State

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Heather Marion is coming to Boise State as part of the Arts and Humanities Institute Public Culture Initiative.

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Health Sciences Student Services, Academic Advising Has New Location

The College of Health Sciences Student Services and Academic Advising has moved to 1529 Belmont St., in the Norco Nursing and Health Services Building on the first floor in suite 116, just behind the Recreation Center. SSAA seeks to support …

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University Support for macOS 10.13 High Sierra Now Available

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The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce support for macOS 10.13 High Sierra for university-owned Mac computers. Due to significant file system changes with the new Mac operating system, faculty and staff should contact the Help Desk for …

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