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Separated at birth: Idaho GOPpers and Hawaii Dems?

The purist instincts of the right wing of the Idaho Republican Party are being replicated by the left wing of the Hawaii Democratic Party, reports Boise State’s emeritus political scientist Jim Weatherby. In an online column for Ridenbaugh Press, Weatherby

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BSU’s new approach to tuition could cost full time students

Boise State University is moving toward a tuition system in which students would pay for each credit of instruction they receive. The change, which would take place over five years, would do away with lump sum tuition that the university

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Meridian students graduate with both high school and college diplomas

Lindsey Walker, a senior at Renaissance High School in the Meridian School District, will graduate twice next month. She will get her high school degree from Renaissance and an associate of arts degree from Idaho State University. When she enrolls

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Boise State first in Idaho to offer pay-by-phone parking

Boise State University announced on Monday that it is the first in Idaho to provide pay-by-phone parking service. With the implementation of Parkmobile’s mobile applications for the iPhone, Android, Windows 7 and Blackberry smartphones, students, faculty, staff and visitors are

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