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Campus Food Pantry Now Open for Students

A campus food pantry is opening its doors this week. Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) and the Office of the Dean of Students have teamed up to provide a coordinated campus solution to students facing food insecurity: a …

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Answering Data Questions with Pyramid Analytics

Answering Data Questions with Pyramid Analytics

Accessing data and finding information is essential to daily operations and long-term evaluation of Boise State programs and services. Pyramid Analytics is a reporting tool that can be used to find answers to your data questions. Training is available for beginning users …

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Annual Engineering and Science Festival is Feb. 3

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All events are free and the festival is being held as an open house; the public is invited to come any time between 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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What You Need to Know for Wednesday’s Super Blue Blood Moon

You won’t need special equipment to see the triple lunar show on campus.

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‘American Beat: Cops and Refugees Join Forces in Boise’ Premieres on Campus Feb. 6

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The School of Social Work is partnering with the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights to host the premiere of a new documentary, “American Beat: Cops and Refugees Join Forces in Boise,” at 7 p.m. Feb. 6 at the Special Events …

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Dance Marathon Honored with 2018 Luke Award

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Boise State Dance Marathon recently was named a 2018 Luke Awards recipient. The Luke Award is awarded annually by St. Luke’s Health Foundation Children’s Advisory Board. The award recognizes individuals and organizations who have gone above and beyond to raise …

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Boise River Café Updates Atmosphere and Offerings

The Boise River Cafe

The all-you-care-to-eat Boise River Café (BRC) has been completely transformed – along with brand new furniture and interior design, select dining options have been upgraded to better serve the ever-changing preferences of campus diners. The BRC now features new flooring, …

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Help Save Lives — Campus Blood Drive Jan. 30

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Join Boise State ​students and ​colleagues in donating blood in support of the American Red Cross from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 30, in the Student Union Building, Bishop Barnwell Room. The event is sponsored by the Boise State Red Cross Club. To schedule your …

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Kelly Myers Leading Beyond the Major Initiative Across Campus

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She is helping to plan to sustainably build the Beyond the Major concepts into the fabric of the Boise State campus.

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Boise State Generates Eight Times What the State Allocates — Far More When Alumni Are Included

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Boise State University and its alumni drove nearly $1.9 billion in Idaho in fiscal year 2015, according to a report commissioned by the university and conducted by Tripp Umbach, a national economic analysis group. Boise State’s direct and indirect activity, …

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Boise State Musicians Win at Regional Competition

The Department of Music at Boise State University has a reason to celebrate. Yonsoo Park, violinist and string graduate assistant, and the Aestus Quartet, graduate scholarship quartet in residence featuring violinists Anne Wolfe and DaNece Lyman, violist Emily Jones, and …

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Boise State Visual Artist Earns Inclusion in Prestigious Art Publication

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The work of student Jared Andreas appears in the current New American Paintings: West #132. Andreas will graduate in May 2018 with a bachelor of fine arts, emphasis in drawing and painting. He recently received the top prize in a student …

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