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Campus Crime Log: Feb. 1-7, 2010

Boise Police Find Individual Behind Distribution of Objectionable Flyers on Campus

Boise Police have located and talked with an individual believed to be responsible for the distribution of flyers that prompted several citizens to complain to police as being objectionable and racist.

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The American Piano Duo Performs Feb. 26

The duo’s Feb. 26 performance, “Dancing with the Stars,” includes a lively spectrum of dance music written by renowned composers.

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Campus Recreation Presents Wilderness Training

Members of campus and the general community are invited to experience the Wilderness First Responder course from March 27-31.

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Submissions Sought for Bay Window Public Art Project

The Boise State University Student Union is seeking submissions of proposals for site-specific public art installations.

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Valley Regional Transit Seeks Input on Bus Service

Valley Regional Transit seeks input on bus service modifications that could impact campus commuters who use the local bus system.

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This Week at Boise State

Looking for something to do this week? Here’s your list of Boise State events for Feb. 5-13.

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Professional Staff Association Invites Employees to ‘Play Ball’

The Professional Staff Association is creating a Boise State softball team to play in the Boise City spring softball league. Sign-ups are open to all faculty and staff.

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Catch Two Hot Jazz Shows in February

Jazz is in the air, and two separate Boise State events this month offer all the swing, bebop, boogie-woogie and blues you can handle.

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Digital Resources Workshop

This hands-on workshop explores several interdisciplinary digital resources that can enrich your course materials and support course learning outcomes.

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Nobel Laureate Osheroff Presents Free Lecture Feb. 22 at SUB

Douglas Osheroff, Nobel Laureate and Professor of Physics at Stanford University will be presenting “How Advances in Physics are Made” on Monday, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. in the Jordan Ballroom, SUB.

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MFA Reading Series Presents Poet Christine Hume

Free and open to the public, the MFA Reading Series brings nationally renowned authors and poets to the Boise State Campus.

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