On April 6, Idaho’s 67th Legislature finally adjourned for the 2023 legislative session. The session was set to end on March 24, but was delayed
Boise State University offers a lot of useful and versatile study spaces to its students, from the library to the Student Union Building to the
Artificial intelligence is infiltrating classrooms; what will this look like for students and educators?
“Disruptive innovation has arrived in the world of education, and the latest challenger to traditional teaching methods is artificial intelligence in the form of ChatGPT,
On Jan. 9, Gov. Brad Little unveiled his “Idaho First” plan at the State of the State Address. “The people of Idaho have given us
Amtrak’s Pioneer line used to run 24 hours a day, carrying passengers from Portland, Oregon, to Boise, Idaho, to Salt Lake City, Utah, and back.
In October 2022, Boise State University became a recognized member of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Innovation Corps and received an award of $1,067,000. The
In this year’s midterm election, Idaho included a constitutional amendment question on the ballot. Idaho Amendment SJR 102 amends the Idaho constitution to “allow the
Transparency and integrity in elections are vital to upholding democratic values in the United States, but distrust and misinformation regarding elections have been on the