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Posts by Zoe Colburn
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.
Camus’ “The Misunderstanding” on stage at Danny Peterson Theater
Apr 22, 2013
The theater is small, painted black, ceiling to floor. The stage, really just the floor, is backlit. Trees line the back of the stage....
Healthy Relationships Comic-Con
Apr 18, 2013
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...
The Langston Hughes Project coming to SPEC
Apr 4, 2013
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...
Apr 1, 2013
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...
Treefort: Saturday underdog performers
Mar 21, 2013
Sometimes, you just gotta get off the beaten track, forge your own way through the indie jungle, forget the mainstream and travel by creek,...
SUPS previews Treefort
Mar 11, 2013
With Treefort Music Festival only two weeks away, the Student Union Performance Series (SUPS) wizards joined forces with the Treefort organizers and held a...
A thoroughly modern production
Mar 11, 2013
“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...
Who knows best, student or professor?
Mar 7, 2013
The consumerist culture that surrounds much of society has been widely debated for years, and it has a nasty habit of creeping its way...
Making monsters:The men behind the monsters
Feb 21, 2013
“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;...
Scuttlebutts, secret romance and confessions, oh my
Feb 4, 2013
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...
Fresh Perspectives: Juggling illness and attendance
Jan 31, 2013
Attendance requirements during flu season are the worst thing ever. It turns what is usually a gross time of year into a gross and...
Fresh Perspectives: Learning to stay motivated
Jan 24, 2013
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...
The bright side of the end of the world
Dec 17, 2012
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...
Too much cheer
Dec 13, 2012
Winter has finally decided to grace us with her presence, if the 2 millimeters of snow that gathered Sunday morning is any indication. And...
New logo lacks student involvement
Dec 10, 2012
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...
Fresh Perspectives: Locked Away in a Tower
Dec 6, 2012
“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...
Students still feel safe despite assault
Dec 3, 2012
Between 2008 and 2010 there were a total of 764 recorded crimes committed on campus. Now, that number will sound big and scary, but...
Fresh Perspectives: The Shyness Standoff
Nov 29, 2012
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...
Student travel woes
Nov 12, 2012
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...
Fighting violence with art
Nov 8, 2012
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...
Students are not immediately affected by foreign policy
Oct 29, 2012
Beyond the simple similarities in foreign policy between the two presidential candidates, foreign policy fails to interest Boise State students despite being an important...
ASBSU Looking Into Hiring a Lobbyist
Oct 22, 2012
The Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) has been entertaining the idea of hiring a lobbyist to help in efforts to gain more...
ASBSU should promote efforts more
Oct 15, 2012
For the Homecoming parade, Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) rented 30 golf carts so student organizations could create floats. The golf carts...
Teaching ourselves to stop bullying
Oct 11, 2012
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...
Chick-fil-A sending mixed messages
Oct 1, 2012
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...
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