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Nicole Pineda

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Nicole Pineda is a senior at Boise State majoring in Communications with an emphasis on Media Productions. She aspires to become a broadcast journalist. Nicole is married and has 4 children ranging in age from 2 to 13. She is originally from Sacramento but was raised in Idaho and considers herself a native. She has lived in various places in Idaho, but has been a resident of the Treasure Valley for fifteen years. She enjoys cooking, camping, and working out in her spare time.
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You’ve finally made it.  Four years and several thousand dollars later, the moment that makes all the blood, sweat and tears worth it has...

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Election season is over.  The candidate banners have all been taken down and our television commercials have gone back to being about fast food...

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Boise State has a rather large—and growing—international student population.  The International Student Services Department is challenging all domestic students across campus to step outside...

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Teresa Crump is a junior at Boise State. She runs a child care facility out of her home while juggling going to school part-time. ...

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Joshua Prigmore is a sophomore at Boise State; he is also a non-traditional student who is married and has two kids. When he and his wife...

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His name is Daniel Hock. He is around 19 or 20 and he is studying English education at Boise State. He transferred to Boise...

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Morning is a busy time on campus; people are driving in search of parking, bicyclers traverse  to get to class and pedestrians are everywhere....

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  Need a distraction?   Search for “Skeleton Does Gangnam” on YouTube. This entertaining short film is an example of the kind of shorts the Dead 8 Productions film...

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Taking environmental measures can seem like a lot of extra energy for a payoff that is neither felt nor seen. Some people may even...

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The room at Boise Centre on the Grove was artistically lit on Tuesday with hues of blues and reds and tables were set with...