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BREAKING: Spring 2021 commencement to be held in person on The Blue

Boise State announced it will be holding spring commencement in person for the 2021 graduating class. The university will be hosting three…
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CDH votes to lift COVID-19 Health Orders

The Central District Health (CDH) board voted unanimously to lift COVID-19 orders in Ada County and surrounding Treasure Valley areas on…
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Idaho moves to stage 3 reopening

Gov. Brad Little announced plans to move Idaho into the stage three reopening plan. “When we moved back to Stage 2 in November, case…
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The new Boise State ASBSU and IESC interim election winners

On Jan. 20 and Jan. 27, 2020, the Associated Students of Boise State University (ASBSU) held a 2021 interim election for three positions…
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Boise State College of Business and Economics launches Bronco Corps

Boise State’s College of Business and Economics (COBE) recently launched Bronco Corps, a program designed to help Idaho nonprofits and…
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Gov. Little calls to reverse educational budget cuts, with the possibility of a tuition freeze

Gov. Brad Little called for a reverse of educational budget cuts, which includes increasing Idaho colleges and universities’ budgets by…

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Women's basketball sweeps Utah State; BSU freshman guard Mary Kay Naro sets new school record

On Feb. 18 and Feb. 20, the Boise State women’s basketball team traveled to Logan Utah to take on Utah State in a two-game matchup. The…
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Boise State women’s volleyball takes No.1 spot in the Mountain West Conference with wins over Wyoming

On Feb. 19 and Feb. 20, Boise State volleyball rolled past the Wyoming Cowgirls in a series matchup winning both matches 3-0 and 3-1. This…
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Boise State women's volleyball sweeps Utah State in season home openers

After their fall season was postponed, the Boise State Women’s Volleyball team sprung into action with their first match at home against…

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