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Sean Bunce

Sean Bunce
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Sean is one of the assistant editors with The Arbiter. He enjoys going on adventures with his dog Bandit and writing short stories. One day he plans to travel the world.

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Update: Due to an influx of bicycle-car related collisions, Boise Police Department will be increasing patrols in areas around campus where these incidents happen most...

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  The Greenspeed club at Boise State, is yet again attempting to break its own land speed record during Speed Week at the Bonneville Salt...

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To some, watching fish move from one end of a processing plant to the other isn’t an ideal way to spend the end of...

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Now that the school year is starting, students are again afforded the opportunity to watch their boys on The Blue make big plays. This also...

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It’s never too late to become a morning person. Studies show it could improve your GPA. The witching hour is soon approaching. A study released...

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Although its history is brief, Boise State Student Media departments The Arbiter and University Pulse have been producing content since the years when Boise...

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Are you excited to be going to Boise State this Year? Why or Why not? Heather Corisis- Junior, major: Psychology with a minor in family...

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Out with the old, in with the new. After a short stint of 13 years on Boise State’s campus, the building which housed the...

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More than 100 people gathered Friday in support of the community of Ferguson, Missouri. The small town was devastated Aug. 9 when an unarmed...

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Boise State football has developed a reputation for being both imaginative and innovative, while boasting the best winning percentage in the country over the...

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It’s hard to imagine living in a world of intolerence, where jobs and housing only go to straight, white people and individuals are bullied...

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Four years ago, eight students at Boise State began their journey as Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets: Courtney Corcoran, Levi Holt, Ryan Lindsey, Sarah...

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Later this September, officials from Boise State and representatives from Abolitionists4Life will meet to set a date for trial. In April and May, Abolitionists4Life held...

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Nike is known for its swoosh; the University of Oregon is renowned for their giant “O” and flashy uniforms; Texas is known for its...

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This fall health care reform, also known as the Affordable Care Act, enacted on March 23, 2010, will effect changes at Boise State. This act...

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In an effort to enhance learning management systems at Boise State such as Blackboard Learn, faculty and staff from a variety of campus organizations...

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For Refik Sadikovic, the journey getting to Boise was anything but a pleasant stroll through the park. Sadikovic was first a citizen of Bosnia. After...

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It's been more than a quarter of a century since the days of Martin Luther King Jr. and the passing of the Civil Rights...

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After it was donated by Boise State, the Boise Fire Department wasted no time in preparing the old Alumni Building for its final “blaze of...

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New students are welcome to get involved with the Bronco community during these five Bronco Welcome campus events. Convocation is one event students don’t want...
Ryan Zicha- Add the Words

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A crowd of supporters gathered in the halls of the Ada County Courthouse, unable to find a seat inside to support their fellow protesters....

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Boise is a beautiful place to call home, especially for an elm seed bug. This invasive species has been a problem for people living...
Photo provided by Carrie Quinney

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This year a new scholarship, named in honor of Ross Vaughn, will be offered to students majoring in kinesiology. This dean-level scholarship will provide...

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The number one target for credit or debit card scams and identity theft is college students. The second is senior citizens. These demographics both...

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Boise State has the good fortune of being located in a city with a relatively low crime rate. Its students can walk the streets...