In 1896, Idaho was one of the first states to grant women the right to vote. Idaho endorsed the Equal Rights Amendment in 1972, as
Samir Keshavarz, a 2017 Boise State graduate, left Iran when he was 15 years old. Years later, he returned to campus to attend a protest
Unhoused protestors have been occupying the lawn of the old Ada County Courthouse in downtown Boise since mid-January. On Feb. 7, the protestors collectively wrote
A group of panelists met to discuss upcoming legislation on Idaho’s faith-healing religious exemptions on Wednesday, Jan. 12. The event, sponsored by the Campaign to
On Dec. 1, 2021, the Supreme Court heard arguments on a Mississippi abortion ban that blocks abortions 15 weeks after conception. The court expressed willingness
Boise High students are currently drafting legislation that would change the process for minors to possess firearms in Idaho, as reported by the Idaho Statesman.
On Saturday, Dec. 4, two events were held on the Boise State University campus in support of women in STEM and in higher education, both
This article was collaboratively written by Andrea Teres-Martinez, news editor, and Alaina Uhlenhoff, news reporter. Boise State political science professor Scott Yenor posted a video