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Geosciences Grad Student Tackles Explosive Eruptions in Chile
April 16, 2019

Geosciences Grad Student Tackles Explosive Eruptions in Chile

Student Entrepreneurs Win Funding, Support at the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge
April 15, 2019

Student Entrepreneurs Win Funding, Support at the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge

Full Broncos Meal Project Returns to Fight Hunger on Campus
April 15, 2019

Full Broncos Meal Project Returns to Fight Hunger on Campus

Save the Reef: Boise State Students Make a Global Impact in Australia
April 10, 2019

Save the Reef: Boise State Students Make a Global Impact in Australia

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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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