Authors Posts by Sean Bunce

Sean Bunce

Sean Bunce
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Sean is one of the Assistant Editors with The Arbiter. He's the person who interrupts you while you're eating, asks you about vivariums and informs you about issues hard hitting at Boise State.

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You wake up to a sound in your house, but are unable to move. You feel a pressure on your chest or a presence...

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After standing in line for an hour John Smith, a staff member whose name has been changed on request, finally reached the front of...

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With a new legislative term comes another opportunity for the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender community to have their voices heard and for four...

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How do you feel about that person who always seems to be talking and asking questions in the classroom? "It depends on the context, if...

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The same technology used in unmanned Google cars is now being utilized by researchers at Boise State. In 2013, three schools began working on a...

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There’s one in every class it seems: the student who talks as much as the teacher, who raises their hand with every question or...

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In 2013, the Peregrine Fund began collaborating on a research project with Boise State to help increase a general understanding about the gyrfalcon and...

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Sustenance for Late Night Cramming Albertsons Library Room 201C Sunday-Thursday While students cram for finals week, the library staff and ASBSU will provide snacks and coffee at...

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Despite legislation passed the last five years, some may feel not enough is being done to regulate the tobacco industry. On June 22, 2009, President...

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The first time Benjamin Chafetz attended college, he received a bachelor’s degree in performance theater from Western Carolina University. He applied to numerous jobs. After...

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For many students, when a water bottle is tossed in the trash, it’s out of sight and out of mind. To Nicole Digirolamo, senior elementary and...

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Don’t panic. When students return from Christmas break they’ll notice a different face of Blackboard. According to Jennifer Weddel, Blackboard technical support specialist, the changes...

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They stand and wait, going unnoticed most days as students pass by. When their buttons are pushed, however, someone always answers the call. Blue light...

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Boise Rescue Mission Ministries, which manages four shelters throughout the Treasure Valley, serves an average of 1,100 people per day and more than 6,400...

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On Thursday Nov. 20, The Honors College Distinguished Lecture Series at Boise State will feature Sir Salman Rushdie. Rushdie, who is known for influencing generations...

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As of right now, ASBSU has spent 70 percent of their student support budget for the year. This may be cause for concern because of...

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Lana Grover, consultant for the Instructional Design and Educational Assessment shop specializes in mobile learning devices. Over the last two years, she’s been involved...

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“Get moving! Come on, don’t take all day. Step over them if they’re in your way,” an actor calls from behind the group as...

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For many students at Boise State, there may be too much going on in their daily lives to know the political issues which affect...

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In the last presidential election senior geoscience major Nick Ferronato voted for Gary Johnson, a third party Libertarian presidential candidate. He did this with the...

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Much like renting a house together for the first time, students should think twice before joining a fantasy football league with their best friend. The...

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With every step she has taken in her career, Boise State adjunct professor Dana Hathaway has worked to improve the lives of others. The...

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If  Socrates were alive today, he wouldn’t get tenure. This is largely because he polluted the minds of his students with ideas and had...

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In June of this year, mechanical engineering undergraduate Sam Barker traveled to the University of Birmingham in England to complete work on a collaborative...

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If you Google-searched his name, you might find hundreds, if not thousands, of photos he’s taken. In 1990, Glenn Smith was a photographer for the...