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Tabitha Bower

Tabitha Bower
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Tabitha Bower is currently the Editor-in-Chief of The Arbiter. She became involved with The Arbiter after taking a News Writing class, and began by writing for both the News and Features sections as a journalist for one semester before taking a position as the Arts and Entertainment section editor. She is double majoring in English with a writing emphasis and communication with a journalism emphasis. After college she dreams of being employed in the field of journalism, traveling the world and instructing hot yoga. Tabitha is originally from a small tourist town on the coast of Maine, but has lived in multiple areas of New England, Florida, Hawaii and Okinawa, Japan. She once spent a year backpacking, scuba diving, surfing and basking in a hammock with a drink in Southeast Asia. She also has the talent of juggling school, work, looking fabulous and being super mom to her three-year-old son, Aiden.

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Drunkorexia   Danielle Allsop Drunkorexia consists of three behaviors:   Skipping meals in order to save calories or compensate for increased caloric intake from consumption of alcoholic beverages. Excessive exercising...

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Recently there has been quite a bit of discussion regarding the new Idaho initiative to allow concealed weapons on campus. I have noticed that...
Dance Marathon Devin Ferrell

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Start with 17 straight hours and roughly 400 dancers. Add in the running man, the douggie and a touch of gangnam style. The result?...

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Courtesy Virginia Treat Events & Marketing Manager for the Morrison Center Lance Moore's recent Arbiter article entitled: The Place Of Classical Music In A Modern World on Jan. 27....

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After a 15-hour day spent preparing a professional business proposal with his five teammates, senior construction management major Kirk Paul fought the sleep he...

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Boise natives have been very patiently waiting for a Korean barbecue to come to town. The wait has finally come to an end. K-Fusion Korean...

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On Thursday, Feb. 6 the Women’s Center, partnered with the Gender Studies Club and Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society, will bring the...

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It’s not only the English majors who can win cash and contests for their writing. Boise State’s chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi honor...

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It’s no secret The Village at Meridian is quickly becoming the new “it place” in the Treasure Valley. With chic shops, an innovative movie theatre...

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Tucked in the back corner of the Office of the Dean of Students is a recent Boise State graduate who is not well-known, but...

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Bacon is John Berryhill’s latest restaurant adventure, and, as the name implies, it’s the home of all things bacon. Lovers of bacon be prepared:...

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Mistie Tolman’s hard work and passion came to fruition as she looked out over a crowd of nearly 1,000 Idahoans chanting “add the words”...

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Samantha Walker discovered a way to give back to the state of Idaho by participating in a pilot program at Boise State called Strive...

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During an event on Oct. 9, Ads: Your Identity Here, sponsored by the Women’s Center and cosponsored by the American Advertising Association (AAF), students...

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Adam Wheeler sat looking at a JC Penny commercial depicting a same-sex couple and their child. While he was unable to identify anything out...

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During an event on Oct. 9, Ads: Your Identity Here, sponsored by the Women’s Center and cosponsored by the American Advertising Association (AAF), students...

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Mary Frances Casper Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Communication, opened her mailbox to find a magazine from a company offering clothing to...

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Adam Wheeler, senior finance and marketing major and member of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), admits that when he walks down the hygiene isle...

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Heidi Shanklin Class Standing: Sophomore Major: English Message Body: I would like to find out how making our student health care "more affordable" equates to higher out-of-pocket expenses...

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As college students, we need to demand our civic education, and if one is not provided for us by our educational systems, we need...

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Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, retired Supreme Court Justice, was awarded the Andrus Leadership Award from the Andrus Center for Public Policy on Wednesday, September...

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On Wednesday, Sept. 4, Sandra Day O’Conner accepted the Andrus Center for Public Policy’s second annual Andrus Leadership Award. This event, which took place in the Jordan...

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Mackenzie Cabot, senior health science major with an emphasis in health policy and leadership, has gained most of her experience in a classroom setting....

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Taking control: One student’s story of overcoming abuse Growing up, senior Bekah Bowers was witness to multiple physically abusive relationships within her immediate family. “My family...

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The Boise morning skyline is about to be filled with hot air balloons as the annual Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic takes over Ann...