ISU Magazine

Volume 42 | Number 1 | Fall 2011

Paw Print

Follow the tracks to campus from the I-15 Clark Street exit.

Photo by ISU Photographic Services/Susan Duncan

Find Your Way to ISU

Fall 2011 Issue

The City of Pocatello, with the help of generous community members, Idaho State University faculty and staff and ISU boosters are paving the way to campus with giant Bengal spirit.

Idaho State University entrances are being marked with 4-foot bright orange paw prints on the street. This fall, workers installed prints on the roadway from the East Clark Street I-15 exit to the intersection in front of Reed Gymnasium at the corner of Memorial Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Way.

Next year the City of Pocatello plans to leave Bengal paw prints from the South 5th Avenue I-15 exit to the intersection of Cesar Chavez Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Way in front of the ISU Administration Building.

"We believe the paw prints will visibly express our community's pride in ISU to all those who live here and pass through," Mayor Brian Blad said. "We are proud to be the home of Idaho State University, and now, everyone will know!"

Paw print sponsorships are $150 per paw and all donors will be recognized with signs displayed at City Hall and Reed Gym. For more information, contact Mayor Blad's office at (208) 234-6163.