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Nicole Reither

Nicole Reither is the Online Editor of The Arbiter. A senior Communication student pursuing a Certificate of Public Relations, Reither is also the Boise State PRSSA's President. Follow her on twitter @nReither.

Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. Four weeks, four weeks is all I have left of being an undergraduate student here at the great Boise State. So, as the day approaches my bucket list dwindles down. With a big road ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating.  “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. With the end of the year approaching rapidly and my pre-post-graduation crisis at an all time high, spring break could not have come at a better time. An epic senior year spring break trip with all my friends was something I always knew was a part of the college experience but I ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. As Boise State students we all know what it is like to get free stuff and it is no surprise that I am not going to know what hit me once I am no ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. After a week of a lack of motivation all I wanted was the weekend.  With graduation tickets already going out for reservation, my need and want to be a freshman again was at an ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. The beauty of attending college is making the best friends of your life. Boise State has all sorts of different people from all walks of life. Yes, you learn an immense amount from all ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. Ever been downtown on a Saturday night? If your answer is no, you are seriously missing out. Some of you might judge me and say downtown Boise is the most boring activity to partake ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. With the spirit of the holiday in the air, the daunting YOU’RE SINGLE aspect of my life stares me right in the face. Personally I have not had a “valentine” since my senior year ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams, she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. As spring break rapidly approaches, the thought of being in a swimsuit continuously consumes my thoughts. I actually have nightmares about it. Nightmares which scared me right back into the workout routine. I’m not kidding. Upon ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams,  she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym.  “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. I am definitely a live-to-eat kinda gal, not an eat-to-live one, if you catch my drift. So, to kick off my pre-post graduation crisis bucket list I thought I would start off with the ...

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Nicole Reither is a senior graduating in May with a degree in Communication and a certificate in Public Relations. Like Tasha Adams,  she is also terrified of graduating–missing out on free food at the BRC, student tickets to events and the luxury of the free gym. “The undaunted undergrads” is an account of working through last-semester fears and getting the most out of the college experience. Remember freshman year? You were excited about the prospect of a new beginning, making new friends and starting something which could potentially change your life forever. I will always remember my last semester of ...

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In this day and age, social media is a huge part of every day life. Someone wakes up, checks their Facebook, they go to work and check Twitter and they check again before they go back to sleep. Social media has become a norm. It is a part of life. However, this platform for interaction and the sharing of personal opinions and information has created a dark hole for unprofessionalism to flourish. Are we crossing the lines of what is appropriate between our social lives and cyberspace? As college students we are taught to have opinions, state them and take a ...

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After the 2012 presidential election, The Arbiter went around campus and asked students for their thoughts on last nights outcome. Students were asked the following questions: Are you happy with the re-election of President Obama? Where you expecting that to be the outcome ? Amberine Mowjee Senior – Communication I think I expected the outcome. I am glad it happened in that Barack Obama did win. I think there is a better chance for equality and that’s been proven with Maine, Massachusetts and Washington. I am excited to see where his term goes after what he promises.   Ellen Cordova ...

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The Boise State University Transportation & Parking Services has released a statement regarding parking on campus on Nov. 3  due to the football game.  Please see the below  document for details. BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY BSU PARKING PERMIT HOLDERS FOOTBALL PARKING ADVISORY FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2012 Street Restrictions Grant Avenue Closed, Euclid Avenue Closed Euclid and Grant Avenue between Belmont Street and University Drive will be closed starting at 12:01 am on Saturday through the end of the game for security operations. Boise State Permit Holder Parking Availability Brady Street Garage, T reserve lot ALL valid BSU Parking Permit Holders will ...

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The Transportation and Parking Services Department has released updated information about the construction projects on the Boise State campus impacting traffic, parking and transportation. See bellow document for more details.   EARLE STREET TRAFFIC SIGNAL – University Drive will be closed between Earle Street and Brady Street from 9:30pm on October 24th  through 5:00am on October 25th . Traffic will be detoured to Boise Ave around the closure. See map to access and exit campus. During construction, please use alternate routes (such as crossing University Drive on Brady Street or Capitol Blvd.) to avoid the intersection of Earle and University Drive.  Detour signs ...

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This message is from Boise State University Transportation & Parking Services regarding parking on Saturday Oct. 20th for the Homecoming Football game.   Street Restrictions Grant Avenue Closed, Euclid Avenue Closed Grant Avenue between Belmont Street and University Drive will be closed starting 12:01 am on Saturday through the end of the game for security operations and construction. Euclid Avenue will be closed for the City of Boise Geothermal project, which includes the closure of the ET Reserved accessible lot through October 22nd. University Dr. closed for homecoming parade University Drive will be closed between Earle Street and Denver Street ...

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The Boise State University Transportation & Parking Services has released a statement regarding parking on campus on Oct. 13  due to the football game.  Please see the below  document for details. BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY, BSU Parking Permit Holders FOOTBALL PARKING ADVISORY FOR October 13, 2012 EVENTS ON CAMPUS: Football Two Cirque du Soleil — Website for Traffic Advisory Parent and Family Weekend Boise State Volleyball   Street Restrictions – Grant Ave. Closed, *NEW*Euclid Ave. Closed Grant Ave. between Belmont St. and University Dr. will be closed starting 12:01AM on Saturday through the end of the game for security operations and ...

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With the Boise State Broncos’ second home game kicking off against the BYU Cougars Thursday evening, The Arbiter went around to the tailgates outside the Bronco Stadium to pick their brains: Why do you think Boise State students leave the football games during half time?  These were some of the responses we received: Taylor Devereux “I’d like to say it’s because the opponent but I would also like to say that Boise State students are kind of lack luster in their support.” Caitlin Kreyche “Sometimes I think that being a little too good at something can be bad because when ...

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