Extracting the fossil remains of a 70,000-year-old-plus mammoth skull and tusk this fall was one of those Idaho State University research stories that went viral - and the project couldn't have occurred without the work done by ISU undergraduate and graduate students.
When sophomore Kylle Strunk performed at the College of Arts and Letters' New Year's Eve Gala, he first noticed how people seemed to be having the time of their lives when the Big Band began performing.
A fractured foot didn't stop Galen Louis, '92, from completing one of the top items on his bucket list this fall-hiking 154 miles of the famed El Camino de Santiago trail through northern Spain.
When Bengals starting quarterback Justin Arias isn't throwing touchdown passes, he can be found at the ISU School of Nursing, writing grants for research on using Geographic Information Systems to study obesity, or interviewing fellow athletes about their views on veganism.
Happy Holidays! As we reflect on the last year, I'd like to take a moment to highlight some of our Bengals' major accomplishments. At ISU, we are challenging the traditional thinking in higher education and advancing our health care mission,