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Q. Dan Nabors Award

The Q. Dan Nabors Award was an award given out annually by ASBSU. The award got its namesake from a former ASBSU President. 2007 Kate Neal, Megan Egbert 2004 James Sherman 2003 Wing Yin “Winnie” Tong 2002 Leo Morales Sources: … (Read More) Q. Dan Nabors Award

Alpha Kappa Psi

1969-present Alpha Kappa Psi (Theta Omicron) is a co-ed fraternity based on professional business goals and works towards furthering its members by fostering scientific research in commerce, accounts, finance and economics, and developing business leaders in the community. Activities: Taking surveys … (Read More) Alpha Kappa Psi

Vietnam MBA Program

In 1994, Boise State University formed a partnership with the National Economics University in Vietnam hoping for the school to begin its own market-oriented MBA program. To accomplish this, Boise State exported some of its College of Business faculty members … (Read More) Vietnam MBA Program

Marian Hall

Marian Hall was a women’s residence hall that Boise College students shared with St. Alphonsus nursing students. Boise College students lived in Marian Hall beginning from fall of 1968 to spring of 1970, before the building was scheduled for demolition … (Read More) Marian Hall

Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees was a Boise Junior College governing body that operated from 1937 to 1969. The Board was in charge of distributing funds and assuring that the school was following guidelines determined by the State Board of Education. … (Read More) Board of Trustees

Langroise House

The Langroise House is a nearly six-thousand square foot house located in the Warm Springs Historic District. Gladys and William Langroise donated it to Boise State on the condition that it would be used as a home by the President … (Read More) Langroise House

King Beard Contest

The King Beard contest was put on as part of Homecoming Festivities, and was first held at Boise College some time in the 1940s. Leading up to Homecoming, students would grow out a beard in the hopes of being crowed … (Read More) King Beard Contest

Miss Boise College

Miss Boise College, held between 1964 and the mid-1970s, was a beauty pageant for students. The event was sponsored by the Golden Z’s and the Inter-Collegiate Knights, two service organizations on campus. The winner would earn a scholarship of $250 … (Read More) Miss Boise College

MLK Jr. Day/Idaho Human Rights Day

In 1990, Idaho became the 47th state to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Until state legislation passed, Boise State also did not recognize the holiday. The year before, Black Student Union President Eric Love organized a march to the … (Read More) MLK Jr. Day/Idaho Human Rights Day

KAID

Beginning in 1972, KAID was the Idaho branch of the Public Broadcasting Corporation. In close connection with the Boise State University Communications Department, KAID was granted a license by the FCC with the intention of finally giving Idaho its own … (Read More) KAID