Authors Posts by Zoe Colburn

Zoe Colburn

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Zoe is a freshman Communications major who spends far too much time holed up in her room watching movies. She hopes to someday be an entertainment journalist.

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The theater is small, painted black, ceiling to floor. The stage, really just the floor, is backlit. Trees line the back of the stage....

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It’s a small room with three tables in three corners, a projection screen in the other, about 15 to 20 chairs and a large...

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Langston Hughes is one of the best-known American poets. His poetry is read and discussed by thousands of students, as well as by poetry...

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Treefort ended its second-annual run on Sunday, and despite the highly disagreeable weather, the end result was a great weekend which provided an awesome...

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Sometimes, you just gotta get off the beaten track, forge your own way through the indie jungle, forget the mainstream and travel by creek,...

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With Treefort Music Festival only two weeks away, the Student Union Performance Series (SUPS) wizards joined forces with the Treefort organizers and held a...

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“Thoroughly Modern Millie” began its life as a movie in 1967, but it wasn’t until 2002 when it hit the stage as a Broadway...

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The consumerist culture that surrounds much of society has been widely debated for years, and it has a nasty habit of creeping its way...

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“It’s in the house,” Verne whispers, in terror, into the phone held tight in his hand. A green, web-footed monster jumps on the stage;...

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Gossip is a pretty big part of human existence—we tend to default to talking about the affairs of other people when we don’t know...

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Attendance requirements during flu season are the worst thing ever. It turns what is usually a gross time of year into a gross and...

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School is back in session, and I am nowhere near ready to enter back. It’s sort of like August all over again, but without the...

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Happy Apocalypse Week, everyone. I hope you are all prepared with guns and canned food and boarded-up windows, lest the zombies or radioactive bombs...

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Winter has finally decided to grace us with her presence, if the 2 millimeters of snow that gathered Sunday morning is any indication. And...

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In a reinvention of the university’s image, our logo was re-designed from the eerily corporate diamond to an edgier, sportier italicized “B.” Not to...

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“Oh, I’m sorry,” was the top response I got from anyone I talked to about living in Towers. I can kind of see what...

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Between 2008 and 2010 there were a total of 764 recorded crimes committed on campus. Now, that number will sound big and scary, but...

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Zoe Colburn is a resident freshman and Arbiter opinion writer chronicling her experiences at a new university in a new part of the country.    Having...

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Traveling is hard enough in the best of times, but trying to find a decently-priced flight during any holiday season is essentially the result...

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  Using art to get out a message is not a new tactic. Street artists and awareness campaigns have been doing it for years. It’s...

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Beyond the simple similarities in foreign policy between the two presidential candidates, foreign policy fails to interest Boise State students despite being an important...

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The Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) has been entertaining the idea of hiring a lobbyist to help in efforts to gain more...

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For the Homecoming parade, Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) rented 30 golf carts so student organizations could create floats. The golf carts...

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October is Bullying Awareness Month and as such there are some actions worth giving some thought on the subject. Bullying is one of the biggest...

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Chick-fil-A has been a big deal the past couple months, so it wasn’t a surprise when they made headlines once again mid-September. As Chick-fil-A has...