"I consider them my kids," Mock chuckles. He's dressed in a white lab coat with a stethoscope slung across his shoulders. Pinned to his lapel is a green button that reads: "Trust me. I'm a doctor."
They come by the thousands, sometimes from hundreds of miles away, attracted to Idaho State University through the varied and many outreach activities offered by the ISU College of Arts and Letters School of Performing Arts.
The off-road buggy built from scratch by the members of ISU's Society for Automotive Engineering can go up to 40 miles per hour, pretty fast for a home-built machine with a 10-horsepower engine.
Idaho State University's Bengal mascot is as popular as ever, but since he was conceived in 1959, he has evolved by changing looks, tricks and behavior. His antics now are strictly G-rated, but that wasn't always the case.
At Idaho State University we create opportunities
Extracting a 70,000-year-old mammoth skull
Samantha Lange on America's Got Talent
Mice on the International Space Station
The NWCCU has reaffirmed ISU's accreditation
Van der Schyf Named Vice President
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We were joined at the hip
An ISU MBA sparked a lifelong love of learning
First grade art projects go beyond scissors and glue
Tal Sampson is a rising artist
ISU is an outdoor junction