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Example of Yellowballs Astronomy Computer Tool

NASA Grant Benefits Astronomy Students

November 22, 2021

Being a modern astronomer, as Devine explains it, is much more than looking through telescopes. It includes a lot of data collection and then an examination of that data.

2021 Model UN Team

Model U.N. Excels in D.C.; Readies for NYC

November 17, 2021

The conference – led by alumna and Model U.N. veteran Courtney Indart ’15 as the event’s Secretary-General – featured more than 80 delegations from 65 colleges and universities, including an international team from Colombia.

Students Manage Concession Stand

Hamburgers and Hot Dogs for Hope

November 11, 2021

This fall, the class chose to operate a concession stand at each of the school’s home football games at Simplot Stadium and donate the money to charity.

Bella Martin award

Martin Earns Integrity, Leadership and Service Award

November 05, 2021

The award is given to students nominated by staff and faculty as someone who best embodies the values of the College community. Those values include community, integrity, leadership, and service.

AaLea Kolb and Jens Mahlangu

Quick Action Earns Students Recognition

November 03, 2021

Kolb, a resident assistant in Finney Hall, recognized a student in need of help and called Campus Safety. Mahlangu, the student officer on duty at the time, responded and was able to perform CPR to help the student.

Hispanic Youth Leadership Symposium

Hernandez Making College Real at Hispanic Youth Symposiums

October 20, 2021

Many of the students that he meets are first-generation students so they’re just learning how the process works. The scholarship pledges, along with the opportunity to meet Hernandez, help show the students that they will have support and can succeed at the College.