Boise State University
Boise State responds to some unanswered budget questions
The university’s email to legislative budget-writers contains one factual error, and a key lawmaker says the response appears incomplete.
Boise State sought $700 for Tromp’s emails — then backpedaled
The state’s largest public university threatened to charge Idaho Education News more than $700 for emails mentioning polarizing political science professor Scott Yenor.
‘Incensed and disgusted:’ Boise State Faculty Senate condemns Yenor
Friday’s statement said, in part, “Dr. Yenor’s statements about women’s roles in higher education and professional life do not represent the perspectives of the Faculty Senate.”
An evolving profile: Boise State’s out-of-state student surge continues
For the first time in its 89-year history, a majority of Boise State University’s first-year undergraduate students have come from outside Idaho. The trend is forcing the university to rethink its financial aid strategy.
Big City Coffee files $10 million lawsuit against Boise State
Friday’s lawsuit comes nearly a year after the owner of the Boise coffee shop said she was pushed off campus due to her vocal support of law enforcement. University officials have maintained the didn’t force the shop to close.
Despite spiraling case numbers, Boise State maintains regular operations
Business as usual extends to Friday night — when Boise State’s football team is slated to play at a full Albertsons Stadium for the first time since 2019.
Tromp touts pandemic response — and sidesteps politics
Speaking at Albertsons Stadium, with Boise State’s trademark blue turf as a backdrop, Marlene Tromp’s message to students and staff felt like a pregame pep talk.