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Lauren Jacob

Lauren Jacob
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Lauren was born and raised in Florida and moved to Idaho when she was 16. She loves hiking, running, and watching sappy movies. She is a Junior at Boise State majoring in Communication/English with an Emphasis in Journalism. When she is not spending all of her time doing homework, she is usually frolicking around outside or playing with her Jack Russel named Jackson.

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The Danny Peterson Theatre was filled with laughter and awkwardness this weekend while the Theatre Majors Association (TMA) performed their spring showcase, “An Adult...
Beat Pete Race Day 2013 began at 09:30 a.m., April 13 (Megan Riley/The Arbiter)

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Two brothers dressed in medieval garb braved the Beat Pete race Saturday. One with 40 pounds of chainmail, and the other with only 15,...

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Sarah Colonna, writer for Chelsea Lately and After Lately, graced Boise State with her presence Saturday evening. Author of New York Times best seller,...

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Twelve students took a leap on Thursday night at Solid downtown to showcase their writing. The first English Major’s Association (EMA) reading took place,...

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After you take your date out for a Valentine's dinner and it's time to head back home to that bottle of wine on the...

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The Special Events Center gallery is lined with pictures of various items including a bull, roses, scissors, a playing card, shotgun shells and a...

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Drums, cymbals and chanting can be heard twice a month from a fairly unknown student organization on campus. The Bhakti-Yoga and Kirtan Society, a...

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Being poor college students, sometimes it’s hard to get into the spirit of Christmas with little money in the bank account to put toward...

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There are three finalists for the Bay Window Public Art Project who are competing for a chance to have their art displayed permanently in...

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Whether it takes the traditional four years to graduate or the more increasingly common six, most students enter into college with an expectation of...

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In earlier theatre performances, only males were allowed to be actors, and in those days, they played both male and female characters. They’d put...

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A blue piano called “The Rhapsody” lives on the fourth floor of the Stueckle Sky Center. This isn't any normal piano. Not only is it blue,...

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As part of the first ever Bronco Olympics, many broncos went all out with their decorating abilities last week to showcase their Boise State pride...

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There are numerous coffee shops in Boise which serve a plethora of lattes, but the pumpkin spice is a hard one to get just...

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The Morrison Center for the Performing Arts’ Danny Peterson theatre played backdrop to “Becoming: An Evening of Short Plays” on Thursday, Oct. 11. This performance,...

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A week full of spirit, fun, competition and football: Homecoming is one of the biggest weeks of the year at Boise State. This year...

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The Verisimo Trio, a group from the University of Wyoming, is taking a break from performing in Wyoming cities and is coming to Boise...

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The Danny Peterson Theatre will be filled with laughter, drama and great acting this October with the upcoming production  “Becoming.” It will feature five short...

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Last Thursday, as the fourth day of festivities for German week at Boise State, the German 303 class put on skits to showcase their  German...

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Before each home football game, the Bronco Stadium parking lot is packed with tents, tailgates and fans, creating a sea of blue and orange....

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Literature for Lunch, an event started in 1980 by recently retired Boise State emeritus professor Carol Martin, has been a part of the Boise community for over 30 years. Previously held in the YMCA downtown, at that time the WCA, Literature for Lunch has opened discussion about countless books. A few people have been attending the lunches since the start.

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Once a month the Boise Public Library, located on Capitol Boulevard, will be host to Literature for Lunch, an event held by Carol Martin and Cheryl Hindrichs.

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May 12 marks the end of a journey for many Boise State students. At 10:00 a.m., over 1,300 students will be walking at graduation and entering the next phase of their lives.

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It’s that time of year when the weather gets warmer, the days get longer, spring fever sets in and shorts start reappearing.

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Sarah Tatistcheff started knitting last semester to relieve some stress and now she shares her hobby with others to help AIDS orphans in Southern Africa.