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April 4, 2019
Brigham being interviewed
  • KIVI was back on campus later in March, spotlighting First Responder's Day with The College of Idaho's softball team.
  • KTVB-TV (ch. 7) joined several of our student-athletes in Marsing as senior Gibson Berryhill, who heads up the non-profit arm for BACON, a Boise restaurant, helped to get a basketball court for kids at Hope House.
  • KTVB also visited the campus, when it stopped by the "Miss Amazing" competition, which was held here at The College of Idaho.
  • Idaho Public Television is also getting in on the act a bit, as they are looking into helping to produce a series of shows based on a book written by College of Idaho instructor Alan Minskoff. The book is about small towns across the state. (Preston Citizen)
  • Professors here at the College collaborated with professors at Boise State to identify a species of plant that has been hiding right in front of us. (Boise State Public Radio)
Kris Komori
  • Kris Komori '05 (right), a Distinguished Alumni award winner, is opening a restaurant in the heart of downtown Boise. (Idaho Statesman)
  • Justin King '02, a member of our national alumni board, is movin' on up in the professional world. (Business Wire)
Diane Raptosh