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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

Students for Currie

1986-1987 Students for Currie served as liaison between students of Boise State and Bill Currie, Democratic candidate for the First Congressional District. (Read More) Students for Currie

Students for Andrus

1986-1987 Students for Andrus informed students of Governor Cecil Andrus’ position on educational issues.   (Read More) Students for Andrus

Voice for Animals

1990-1992 Voice for Animals educated the public about matters related to the prevention of cruelty to animals. (Read More) Voice for Animals

Campus Greens

1991-1996 The purpose of the Campus Greens was to better understand and promote the following key Green Values. The Campus Greens held ten key values as the basis for organization and action: Social Justice, Ecological Wisdom, Nonviolence, Grassroots Democracy, Decentralization, … (Read More) Campus Greens

Students for Life

1990-1991 Students for Life promoted the sanctity of life; educated the public on the value of human life, took direct action on campus and in the community in matters concerning human life and seeks out and implements living solutions to … (Read More) Students for Life

Student Conciliation Service

1991-1992 The Student Conciliation Service provided a forum to resolve conflicts constructively. Students trained in the conciliation process provided a way for people to work out their own agreements through a structured panel hearing. (Read More) Student Conciliation Service

Students for Central America

1991-1992 The purpose of Students for Central America was to educate and get students involved in issues concerning Central America and American policies in that region. (Read More) Students for Central America