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Quilt Raffle to Benefit Memorial Scholarship

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Albertsons Library is selling raffle tickets with a chance to win a beautiful quilt to support the Susan Henggeler Memorial Scholarship Fund. The simple, handcrafted cat silhouette quilt was donated to honor the memory of Henggeler, who was a modest …

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Upgrade of Pyramid Analytics

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Pyramid Analytics will be upgraded to version 6.33 on Monday, March 27. Pyramid will be down starting at 8:30 a.m. until about 1 p.m. The upgraded Pyramid will have a fresh new look and features such as: a new home ribbon …

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Get Ready for Bronco Day April 8

About 2,500 prospective students and their families are expected to visit Boise State for Bronco Day. The biggest campus open house of the year is set for April 8. Boise State will throw open its doors of the university so visitors …

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Boise State Announces 2017 Summer Camps for Kids of All Ages

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Summer is fast approaching and Boise State University is prepared to help keep kids and teens occupied and learning. A variety of day and residential camps encompass everything from sports to academics to the arts. Following is a list of …

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Rob Anson Retirement Reception April 13

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Rob Anson, professor of information technology management in the IT-SCM department, is retiring after 27 years of service to the university. A reception is planned for 3-5 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the Lookout Room in the Student Union Building. …

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Creative Writing Program Hires Rising Literary Star Emily Ruskovich

Ruskovich has garnered glowing reviews for “Idaho” by the New York Times and the Guardian, among other publications.

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Registration Open for Undergrad Women’s Leadership Conference

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Registration is now open for the National Education for Women (NEW) Leadership Idaho conference, a week-long program designed to help Idaho’s collegiate women become leaders in their communities. NEW Leadership Idaho is a competitive statewide program and any female Idaho resident …

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Boise State Hosts Symbolic Logic Conference March 20-23

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Boise State is hosting the 2017 North American annual meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL) March 20-23. The ASL is an international organization that supports research and critical studies in logic, and provides a forum for the presentation, …

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Boise State Researchers, Engineers and Industry Execs Come Together

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More than 50 electrical and computer engineering (ECE) researchers, industry executives and engineers from around the Treasure Valley gathered at Boise State last week for the ECE Industry Forum 2017. Designed to foster collaboration with local industry, the forum featured research …

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Hackfort, Maker Spaces and More: Listen to Update Live

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Janessa White, the director of Hackfort, and Amy Vecchione, head of web and emerging technologies and associate professor at Albertsons Library, discussed Hackfort, what is means to be a maker and more in the second episode of Update Live, Boise …

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Photo of the Week – March 16

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Spring is becoming evident on campus. There are lots of spring break opportunities for students in Boise and across the globe next week. Learn about alternative spring break opportunities offered through the Student Involvement and Leadership Center. Photo by Patrick Sweeney

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Five-a-Day Fruit and Veggie Challenge Begins March 27

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How many fruits and veggies do you eat every day? If you don’t know the answer to that question, consider taking the “5-a-day” fruit and veggie challenge beginning Monday, March 27. This challenge is aimed at getting participants to consume …

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