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Australian Exchange Student taking a semester abroad to explore the greater United States and study at BSU.

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The participants are crowded into a makeshift corridor between barriers; it’s cramped, people are mashed together and the staff, dressed in black, shout at...

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The sound of horns, piccolos, flutes and all manner of wind instruments echoed off the wood and brick paneled walls of the Morrison Center...

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The Tunnel of Oppression is described by its curators, the Multicultural Student Centre (MCC), as an interactive theater experience. According to the MCC website, their...

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This Sunday the Morrison Center will host the Symphonic Winds. Recognized as one of the best concert groups in the Northwest, the performance offers...

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Elysian Night owl Pumpkin Ale – Spicy smelling and dark in color with initial tastes of toasted pumpkin, nutmeg and cinnamon followed by a...

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Boise is one of the most sexually satisfied cities in America. This information may come as a surprise presented in a typical fashion. Now...

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Student lifestyles around the world are totally different, from grading and studying habits to buying groceries and earning money. Australian students, for example, may find...

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This past weekend many of Boise State’s international students witnessed their first college football game. For some it was a distraction from study, while...

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"Broncos from abroad" is a first-hand account of Australian exchange student Jack Muirhead's experiences and observations on cultural differences between American and numerous international students at Boise State.

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The artist's eyes flicked back and forth between the three or four people trampling all over his masterpiece, his frown idle as bare feet swept across the jigsaw of glazed multi-coloured brick. He broke into a smile as two small children began to crawl across his “Construct,” a sprawling floor installation Nathan Craven, with the aid of gallery curator Kirsten Furlong has brought to Boise. “Construct” is the first of two new exhibitions which opened on Friday and are curated by Boise State's Visual Arts Center.