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May 10, 2024
Martin & Barry Fujishin
  • Did you catch this one? Dr. Argelia Segovia Liga of the history department was the main source of this story about "el verdadero significado detrás del Cinco de Mayo" - the true meaning behind Cinco de Mayo - and the story is done entirely in Spanish. (KTVB)
  • McKay Cunningham was a guest on “Idaho Matters” on BSU Public Radio to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court taking up an Idaho case that could have widespread implications around the country. (KBSX)
  • More Cunningham, this time in print, was quoted by the Idaho Press in an article about property owners' rights. (Idaho Press)
  • And yet more Cunningham, again in print, this time offering insights about a prosecutor's decision to not file charges against an Idaho teen who shouted racial epithets at a college basketball team in Coeur d'Alene last month. (Idaho Statesman)
  • Paul Bennion, Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students at the College, is running for election to the Boise School District Board of Trustees. Bennion is already serving on the board after being appointed to fill a vacancy mid-term. (Idaho Education News)
  • "United Against Hate" event, co-hosted by the College and the U.S. Attorney's Office, is moved to May 13. (Idaho Capital Sun)
  • Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History is a must-see. (Boise Weekly)
  • Police recover an autographed College of Idaho football helmet, which was stolen from Caldwell’s Indian Creek Steakhouse. (KTVB)
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