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- May 16, 2017
Students in Carissa Wilcox’s Comm-356 class finished final projects for the Spring 2017 semester. Students in this Small Groups course were challenged to make a difference in the community.
One of the groups, calling themselves Team Trail Mix (Maintaining Idaho X-Country) finished their final project by deciding to lead by example. They spent a day cleaning trails ...
- May 10, 2017
The Arbiter, Boise State University’s independent student media outlet, won 15 awards at the Idaho Press Club’s Best of 2016 awards banquet, including the first-place award for general excellence in student journalism. The awards were announced at a dinner in Boise on Saturday May 6.
Student staffers won individual awards in several categories. The first place ...
- March 29, 2017
“We just tore it up from beginning to end,” said Boise State Director of Forensics Manda Hicks, who leads the program.
Read the entire Boise Weekly article, by Harrison Berry.
- December 7, 2016
The Boise State Talkin’ Broncos cleaned and sorted over 2400 children’s books at the public library for Christmas donations on December 5, 2016.
- December 1, 2016
Team Cultivate, comprised our four Boise State University Talkin’ Broncos, advanced in the Hult Prize competition where they have a chance to win a $1 million prize, earmarked for seed capital.
The team recognized, and addressed a sustainable solution to three desperate problems existing within refugee camps: camp cleanliness, safety and access to food. Their solution ...
- May 19, 2016
Congratulations to Estefany Vega on receiving the Television Academy Foundation Internship! This internship gives both undergraduate and graduate students an in-depth exposure to professional television production during an eight-week, paid summer period in Los Angeles. With this internship, the recipient could find themselves working with hosts such as ABC StudiosCBS, The Disney Channel, HBO, Fox ...
- May 16, 2016
Justin Doering, Boise State COMM graduate, is bringing recognition to the names and stories of the homeless population. Doering has been fascinated with the homeless population since he was 16. His interest has influenced his decision to write a book titled, “Fifty Sandwiches.” He plans to travel on a cross-country trip where he will sit ...
- May 6, 2016
Kara Brascia, Director of Service Learning, shouts from the rooftops about the efforts of Christine Moore and her students from COMM 279 “Public Relations Campaigns”.
“They were recognized by the Governor on May 5th for their “Volunteer to Career” campaign, which promoted among college students that volunteering raises their chances of being hired by 27%. Christine’s ...
- May 2, 2016
The Arbiter, the student news organization at Boise State University, won 15 awards–including first place for General Excellence–at the Idaho Press Club Best of 2015 awards banquet on Saturday April 30. In attendance were editor-in-chief Justin Kirkham, managing editor Patty Bowen, news editor Patrick Adcock, staff writer Alivia Wachsmuth, faculty adviser and journalism professor Seth ...
- March 31, 2016
Our reigning Pi Kappa Delta National Champs were selected to compete in the Comprehensive Tournament at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, on March 16-20, 2016.
Most impressive are the numerous individual awards the Boise State Speech and Debate won, along with a first-place team finish in public debate. They finished fourth out of 2,300 entries, ...