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Winter Graduation

When: Friday December 20, 2019
Location: Hatch Ballroom
Activities: Dept. Commencement Ceremony w/ light refreshments

Student Visual Culture Club

Visual Culture Club brings together people who are interested in exploring culture through various mediums of multimedia visuals. Visual Culture is an ever-expanding field, comprising not just art, photography, and design, but also memes, fashion, dance, and the very technologies through which all this flows.

This club includes a unique opportunity to gain different perspectives on culture by allowing each member to create a project of their choosing, to represent any faucet of their individual culture and style. We have larger semester goals we work towards every year for an interactive visual experience open to student and faculty.

The club also gives back to the community through clothing drives, volunteer work, raising awareness and cultural workshops.

Spring Department Send-off Social

When: Friday May 10, 2019 – 3:30-5:00 PM
Location: Simplot Ballroom
Activities: Join the Communication and Media Department in celebrating our 2019 graduates with light refreshments

Bronco Day

When: Saturday April 6, 2019
Location: Communication Lawn
Activities: Social and Communication Building tours

Bronco Welcome Back

When: Thursday, January 17, 2019 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Location: Communication Building: Outer classroom COMB-138
Activities: Join us for muffins, bagels, and an assortment of beverages. Students will be able to informally interact with Communication and Media Department Faculty and Staff.

Winter Department Send-off Social

When: Friday December 20, 2019 – 3:30-5:00 PM
Location: Bishop Barnwell Ballroom
Activities: Join the Communication and Media Department in celebrating our 2019 graduates with light refreshments

Victoria Reget

Victoria grew up in Northern California and has been in Idaho for 5 years. She graduated in May of 2018 with her BA in Communication. In her time at Boise State, she has gained extensive experience in the community and on campus helping organize events and serving several key roles in her sorority. Before coming aboard last year, Victoria participated in two months of intensive training. In her words, she is excited to help students “connect with faculty and staff, and encourage them to get involved on campus.” Victoria is knowledgeable about university and Communication courses, student services, and the road to graduation. She loves football, swimming, anything chocolate and everything Boise State.

Student Newspaper

The Arbiter is the official independent student news source of Boise State, where student editors make all content decisions and bear responsibility for those decisions. The Arbiter’s budget consists of fees paid by the student body and advertising sales.

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Student Film Festival

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