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Posts by Suzanne Craig
Suzanne Craig is a senior majoring in mathematics and is an online editor for The Arbiter. She recently returned from studying abroad in Sweden.
Parking advisory issued for Lady Antebellum concert
Mar 11, 2014
Transportation and Parking sent out an email parking advisory regarding the Lady Antebellum concert on March 12. Beginning at 2 p.m. there will be restrictions...
Workshop for STEM majors scheduled
Nov 20, 2013
Students in STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) are invited to attend an internship and resume workshop on December 4 at 4 p.m in the...
Thanksgiving brings parking changes
Nov 19, 2013
Transportation and Parking Services sent out an alert regarding residential parking for the Thanksgiving break. Residential permit holders are authorized to park in their...
Idaho Review fiction writing contest winners announced
Oct 23, 2013
Courtesy Boise State Update. The Idaho Review at Boise State University has announced the winners of the 2013 Idaho Review Fiction Contest. 1st Prize, “Tough Love” by...
Homecoming effects parking, causes street closures
Oct 15, 2013
Homecoming is a busy week for everyone and for people with parking permits on campus it's a great time to get a ticket. There...
Parking lots closed for Sky Center event, music festival
Oct 9, 2013
General parking permit holders might have some trouble getting parking Thursday October 10 and Saturday October 12. An event at the Stueckle Sky Center will...
Boise State student earns nuclear materials fellowship
Oct 8, 2013
Courtesy Kathleen Tuck, Boise State Update. Dale Brown, a graduate student in the Boise State University Department of Materials Science and Engineering, is the recipient of...
Bronco Abroad: Popular ways to remember the journey
May 6, 2013
Studying abroad is a great experience in itself, but having something to remember it with is equally important. For one, it lets you remember...
Bronco Abroad: Americans talk fast, but comprehensibly
Apr 25, 2013
“Slow down!” Meliha Kaya, of Turkey, said. This phrase is uttered on an almost daily basis in our apartment. The tendency to talk fast and...
Bronco Abroad: The big two American stereotypes
Apr 18, 2013
Encountering stereotypes is an inevitable part of meeting new people. Meeting new people from other countries just means there are more stereotypes to work...
Bronco Abroad: The beginning of the end is here
Apr 4, 2013
Spring in Sweden can be a bit odd. Grass is green, wild flowers started popping up and the lakes are still frozen over and...
Bronco Abroad: Will work for trips
Mar 21, 2013
Last year’s Breaking News Editor Suzanne Craig chronicles her adventures while studying abroad in Sweden. Traveling gets expensive fast, especially to tourist hotspots like Lapland. Options for...
Bronco Abroad: 5 things I wish I’d known
Mar 14, 2013
Hindsight is 20-20, making decisions and reactions which were perfectly sensible at the time foolish and embarrassing. Before taking the plunge into studying abroad,...
Bronco Abroad: Oh, the people you’ll meet
Mar 5, 2013
People make the trip. Many a marvelous vacation has been ruined by poor traveling companions, so it’s not surprising that otherwise dull stretches of...
Bronco Abroad: Culture clash at the board level
Feb 21, 2013
“Get involved” is the mantra of any college or high school advisor. “Set foot on campus and become fresh meat for clubs and organizations...
Bronco Abroad: Alla hjärtans dag not a big deal
Feb 14, 2013
Valentine’s Day, considered to be a true Hallmark holiday, is overshadowed by other traditions in Sweden. The beginning of Lent this February makes the presence of the...
Bronco Abroad: Missing the movies
Feb 11, 2013
Going to the movies with friends is a classic past-time, even when the movies are in a different language and the subtitles leave a...
Bronco Abroad: Recycle-for-change is convenient, addicting
Feb 7, 2013
An interesting trend in Sweden is recycling drop machines at grocery stores which accept certain plastic, aluminum and glass items. After tallying the refund...
Bronco Abroad: American swag
Dec 10, 2012
Three years ago there was a big fuss over a small-time country singer who made a shirt out of an American flag. Words like...
Bronco Abroad: Embrace your inner tourist
Nov 26, 2012
The stereotypical tourist, clicking away on an oversized camera while wearing a Hawaiian print shirt and sandals with socks, can be found anywhere. Maybe...
Bronco Abroad: Theoretical bachelor’s turn to practical master’s
Nov 12, 2012
Asking about majors is a staple of college introductions. In an exchange-heavy university most initial conversations can be put into three categories: majors, countries...
Bronco Abroad: Will work for food
Oct 29, 2012
Last year’s Breaking News Editor Suzanne Craig chronicles her adventures while studying abroad in Sweden. Food is more expensive in Sweden than in the U.S....
Bronco Abroad: The debates heard round the world
Oct 22, 2012
One would think, being on the other side of the planet and all, it would be difficult to get a hold of the current...
Bronco Abroad: Unleash your inner child
Oct 15, 2012
Running around to different parks to play around on their swing-sets and jungle-gyms may not have been the most dignified and mature way to...
Bronco Abroad: Save money or save time on travel
Oct 8, 2012
Last years’s Breaking News Editor Suzanne Craig chronicles her adventures while studying abroad in Sweden. Student discounts are pretty common, but going on trips managed...
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