Daily Archives: Apr 5, 2012

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Many out of state students at Boise State fly home over breaks; however, the cost for flights have been increasing. According to Expedia.com, round-trip...

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After a drama-filled off-season resembling the likes of an MTV reality series, Major League Baseball is back and better than ever.

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The biggest WTF moment in recent news

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The Idaho Legislature adjourned Thursday evening after a 2012 session that lasted 81 days.

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John Calipari won the big one, and like Frank Sinatra, he did it his way.

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If you haven’t heard of the Kony 2012 movement in the last month, then unfortunately you must have a terrible Wi-Fi connection in the rock you’re living under.

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On April 17 at 3:30 p.m., the Boise State Alumni Association will recognize 10 graduating seniors for their exceptional academic success.

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Highlights from local news

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Here's to you, John Calipari, or should I say Coach Cal, a man with no bigger a heart and no stronger a voice than the Hall of Famers who have shined on the college court in decades past.

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Fourth and goal, the Arizona State Sun Devils are desperate for a touchdown, down 28-10 in the third quarter of the MAACO Bowl.

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Tony Roark, class of 1999, graduate of the University of Washington and Boise State's new Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences talks about his new position, his history at Boise State and his goals for the college.

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Most students dread class registration because they are scared of not getting into the classes they need or getting stuck on a waitlist.

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Highlights from national news

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The origin of disc golf is one shrouded in infinite mystery – a gaggle of Canadian school boys in the mid-1920s have been considered the creators, but over the last few decades the sport has blossomed into a full blown lifestyle enjoyed by many around the world.

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Despite paying a $147 fee, students living on campus have fewer freedoms and services.

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Highlights from world news

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The Idaho ultrasound mandate, Senate Bill (SB) 1387 was shot down despite a pro-life rally of 150 people at the Capitol attempting to resurrect it.

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Boise State women’s gymnastics team, ranked No. 15, will hit the road to compete in the 2012 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Fayetteville Regional Championship's

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America has a fast-paced culture full of people who get anxious if their smart phone won’t update the new Facebook app in less than 30 seconds and complain about waiting in a fast food drive thru for more than four minutes.