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Distinguished Lecture Series Presents New York Times's Nikole Hannah-Jones
March 12, 2019

Distinguished Lecture Series Presents New York Times's Nikole Hannah-Jones

Colleges of Education, Business and Economics, and Engineering Rise in National Rankings
March 12, 2019

Colleges of Education, Business and Economics, and Engineering Rise in National Rankings

State Board of Education to Interview Boise State Presidential Finalists March 13
March 11, 2019

State Board of Education to Interview Boise State Presidential Finalists March 13

Get Ready for Idaho's First Screendance Film Festival
March 08, 2019

Get Ready for Idaho's First Screendance Film Festival

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After starting 14 years ago as a weekend intern giving tours at the Old Idaho Penitentiary, alumna Amber Beierle is now historic sites administrator for the Idaho State Historical Society. She is arguably the most knowledgeable person in the state about the Old Penitentiary – a significant site that opened before Idaho became a state and housed inmates until the early 1970s.

Learn how Beierle’s creative efforts, help history come alive for visitors to the historic penitentiary.

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Looking for something to do? Each week Boise State University hosts a variety of events—lectures, performances, exhibitions and concerts just to name a few. Visit the Events Calendar to stay up to date on what’s happening at Boise State.

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