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Professional Staff Association Drafts Response to Change in Employee Benefits

In response to the upcoming change in part-time employee health-care premiums, the Professional Staff Association senators drafted a resolution on behalf of Boise State’s professional staff members.

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‘Camp Darfur’ Event Focuses on Genocide in Sudan

Individuals can discover their power to make a difference at Camp Darfur, an interactive awareness and educational event on the Boise State campus from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 14-16.

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Violinist Andrew Sords Performs Saturday

Student Union Performances kicks off its 2009-2010 season with violinist Andrew Sords, accompanied by Boise State pianist and music professor Del Parkinson. The concert is at 8 p.m. Oct. 10 in the Special Events Center.

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Boise State Hosts Islamic Fulbright Scholar

Boise State is playing host to Fikret Karčić, a Muslim law professor and Fulbright Scholar, as part of a program to promote understanding of Islamic civilization and history, and of the politics and culture of today’s Muslim world.

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Campus Crime Log: Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2009

International Times Fall Newsletter Posted

The International Times Fall 2009 Newsletter is available now online.

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Take the Starbucks Taste Challenge Oct. 2 and 5

The campus community is invited to vote on new flavors being debuted by Starbucks in the Albertsons Library. Drop by on Friday, Oct. 2, and/or Monday, Oct. 5, for the Starbucks Taste Challenge.

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PERSI, TIAA-CREF Workshops Address Financial Planning and Retirement

“Cruisin’ to the Beach” will be held from 9-10:30 a.m. Oct. 6 in the Student Union Farnsworth Room.

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Faculty Senate Minutes Available

The Faculty Senate met on Sept. 22. Click here for a summary of the meeting.

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Annual Phonathon Reaches Out to Alumni

Boise State alumni across the Treasure Valley and beyond are being called on to support their individual colleges in the annual Phonathon.

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Global Environment Topic of Frank Church Conference Oct. 20

The 26th annual Frank Church Conference on Public Affairs will take an in-depth look at current environmental and political challenges to pending negotiations on international climate change action Oct. 20. “The Global Environment: From Kyoto to Copenhagen,” will feature policy experts and speakers from a wide variety of institutions and backgrounds.

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Flags to Fly at Half Staff in Honor of Vietnam Soldier

Boise State University will join other state agencies in flying the flag at half staff Thursday in honor of Chief Warrant Officer Jesse Donald Phelps (1937-1965), who died in Vietnam.

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