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Bronco Stadium: Enhancements To Guest Services, Change To Re-Entry Process

New measures — text messaging system and designated re-entry gates — aimed at making the game day experience a fan friendly and safe environment.

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Help Plan 2010 MLK Human Rights Celebration Events

Boise State’s Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Celebration committee is actively planning January 2010 events, including the march/rally and the keynote speaker. Committee meetings are open to the public and input is welcome.

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Native American Author Gyasi Ross to Speak Nov. 17

Gyasi Ross, a Native American lawyer, warrior, teacher, entrepreneur and author, will speak at Boise State University at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17, in the Student Union Hatch C Ballroom.

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BSUAOP’s Annual Holiday Lunch and Auction is Nov. 13

Come join the fun with auctioneers Richard Klautsch and Andy Giacomazzi and bid on great holiday gifts including hotel stays, dining certificates, activity packages, themed baskets and more.

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Free Admission to Boise Art Museum

Boise State, with support from the divisions of Student Affairs and Academic Affairs, is partnering with the Boise Art Museum (BAM) to offer free admission to BAM for Boise State students, faculty and staff with a current ID card.

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Fulbright Scholar to Speak on ‘Islam and Modernity’ Tonight

Fikret Karčić, a specialist in the history of Islamic law and institutions, will give a free public lecture on “Islam and Modernity” tonight at in the Student Union.

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Campus Crime Log: Oct. 19-25, 2009

Things to do Oct. 23-30

Looking for something to do this week? Here’s your list of Boise State events for Oct. 23-30.

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Children’s Center is Enrolling Children Ages 2-5

The Boise State University Children’s Center is enrolling children ages 2-5. The center provides a quality child care program for the children of full- and part-time Boise State students, faculty and staff.

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Health, Wellness and Counseling Announces New Workshops

Register now for workshops on weight management, managing stress and crockpot cooking.

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Academic Advisement Report Replaces Undergraduate DPR

Undergraduate students have a new advising tool replacing the Degree Progress Report (DPR). The Academic Advisement Report (AAR) is now available on BroncoWeb.

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Special Olympics World Winter Games Named Sports Event of the Year

Boise State served as a key venue for the 2009 Special Olympics World Winter Games which was recently named the Sports Event of the Year.

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