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Download PLANS BEGIN FOR NEW COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOLLOWING VOTERS' OK: Voters gave a thumbs up to a new community college in Nampa. The College of Western Idaho could open te Boise State West campus as early as 2008. (165 KB)

Download FOOTBALL SUCCESS HELPS BOOKSTORE RETURN $1.75 MILLION TO UNIVERSITY: Bronco fans have a new place to buy blue and orange merchandise with the opening of the new Bronco Shop in downtown Boise’s BoDo district. (219 KB)

Download FAREWELL AND THANKS TO 22 BOISE STATE RETIREES: Twenty-two dedicated faculty and staff bid farewell to full-time teaching, but their influence lingers. (307 KB)

Download BRONCO STARS SHIELDS, BRADEN EARN ALL-AMERICAN HONORS: All-American tennis standout Luke Shields is named to the 2007 U.S. team for the Pan American Games. All-American honors were also awarded to running star Forest Braden. (234 KB)

Download BSU RECEIVES $1M FOR MUSCULOSKELETAL CENTER: Boise State’s new Musculoskeletal Center utilizes researchers from across campus to find new treatments for osteoarthritis. (133 KB)

Download GLOBE-TROTTING SCIENTISTS GATHER AT BOISE STATE FIELD RESEARCH SITE: More than 20 scientists and graduate students from research institutions in France, Italy, Canada, Taiwan and the United States gathered in June at a Boise State field research site along the Boise River for two weeks of hands-on experiments combined with a two-week field course in hydrogeophysics. (232 KB)

Download THE FACES OF BOISE STATE: EIGHTEEN WHO PERSONIFY 75 YEARS OF BOISE STATE: Over the past 75 years, tens of thousands of Boise State students have realized their dreams and made a difference in the world, thanks in part to the far-reaching vision of Boise State’s founder and first president, Bishop Middleton Barnwell. (4.2 MB)

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Over the past 75 years, tens of thousands of Boise State students have realized their dreams and made a difference in the world, thanks in part to the far-reaching vision of Boise State’s founder and first president, Bishop Middleton Barnwell. This issue of FOCUS looks at some of those who benefited from that vision, as well as those who are shaping Boise State’s future. The photo above is part of a historical mural created by art professor Alma Gomez-Frith to commemorate Boise State’s diamond jubilee (page 24). Cover collage by Andrew Roberts.

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UP 4.12

Publication Date

Summer 2007

Publisher

Boise State University

FOCUS (UP 4.12)

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