Volume 44 | Number 2 | Fall 2014

Features

  • Strength to Endure

    Every year, when Coordinator of Special Events Allyson Johnson, '05 and '14, planned the annual spring March Through the Arch program, she got more excited for the day when it would be her crossing through the historic Swanson Arch into a new life chapter. read more

  • So Long, Old Friend

    The "I" on Red Hill has always been a part of great Idaho State University memories for Ryan Sargent, '09. read more

  • Military History on the Forefront

    When he talks about the University's rich military history, Foundation Director Scott Turner, '72 and '74, likes to tell the story of Edgie Eckbert. read more

  • Spud Bowl: Home of Many Great Bengal Athletes

    Davis Field, or the Spud Bowl as it was previously known, took its first breath on Nov. 11, 1936. read more

  • ISU Spirit Showcased Every Wednesday

    Every Wednesday, students, faculty and staff members are walking across campus and studying in classrooms decked out in ISU gear to support one of the school's newest traditions: Bengal Wednesday. read more

  • I'll Push You

    What would you do for your best friend? If you're Patrick Gray, you say "yes" to your buddy's crazy idea and make it happen. read more

  • Use Your Head

    When musician David Wood performed around the country with the Boise-based psychedelic surf band TEENS, he'd look out into the audience and see hundreds of young fans rocking to the music. "But no one was wearing hearing protection," he says. read more