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Rene’ Delaney Administrative Assistant Campus Recreation Rene’ Delaney, administrative assistant for Campus Recreation, has been appointed to be the Higher Education Council Chairperson for the National Association of Educational Office Professionals (NAEOP). Delaney was appointed by Wendy Heslink, the current …

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Learn About Spending with Buckless Broncos Campaign

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During the month of September, the Buckless Broncos Campaign is focused on spending, and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 23, on the SUB patio students are invited to stop by the “Smart Spending” interactive display. The display will give …

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Scholarships Available for Women and Leadership Conference

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The Andrus Center is giving out 30 scholarships to students interested in attending the third annual Women and Leadership Conference, which takes place Sept. 9-11 in the Student Union Building. The conference is close to selling out; there are about 50 open …

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Students from All Disciplines Invited to Apply for Research Program

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The Student Research Program (SRP) fellowship is an opportunity for innovation and original research. SRP fellowships provide funded opportunities for Boise State University students to pursue independent academic and creative work and engage in research under the supervision of a …

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Reception for Blaine Eckles is June 3

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Boise State University Division of Student Affairs is hosting a farewell reception and roast for Blaine Eckles, associate dean of students, from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, in the Student Union Jordan Ballroom. He has been appointed dean of students at …

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Boise State Veterans Services Unveils New Student Lounge

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The new space in the center includes a game table, lounging furniture, a TV and a kitchen area.

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Leslie Webb

Leslie Webb associate vice president student affairs Leslie Webb, associate vice president for student affairs, is the new Region V director for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. She sits on the national board for NASPA representing Idaho, Washington, …

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ASBSU Driving ‘It’s On Us’ Campaign on Campus

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The Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) has partnered with the White House for the It’s On Us campaign, aimed at fundamentally shifting the way we think about sexual assault. The campaign kicks off on Sunday, and throughout the …

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The Tunnel of Oppression Returns Nov. 7-8

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Students, faculty, staff and members of the community are encouraged to experience this unique form of performance art.

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Photo of the Week — Oct. 20

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A pink zumba party at the Recreation Center helped kick off “Buck Cancer” activities at Boise State University.

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Join ASBSU in the Fight to ‘Buck Cancer’

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ASBSU Vice President Lauren Albright offers a first-person overview of Boise State’s Buck Cancer efforts.

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ASBSU Makes it Easy for Students to Vote

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By Dave Mckerracher In an effort to raise civic engagement on campus this election year, Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) is making voting registration easier than ever through a new partnership with TurboVote. Every year, millions of Americans …

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