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ISU School of Performing Arts Presents "The Twits" Based on the Beloved Children's Book by Roald Dahl

January 22, 2024

ISU Theatre's upcoming production of "The Twits," an enchanting play based on the popular children's book by Roald Dahl, will run on February 9, 10, and 15-17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Bistline Theatre at Stephens Performing Arts Center.

Theatre production of Life x 3 with four young adults in an apartment

ISU Theatre’s Production Selected as Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Regional Finalist

January 18, 2024

Idaho State University's School of Performing Arts is proud to announce that their exceptional production of "Life X 3" by Yasmina Reza has been chosen as one of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival's (KCACTF) regional finalists for this year.

Idaho State University Symphonic and Civic Bands To Present"Tales of Love" Concert

January 16, 2024

The Idaho State University Symphonic Band and Civic Bands are proud to announce their first spring concert of the 23-24 semester. "Tales of Love" will  feature beautiful love songs and melodies in honor of Valentine’s Day. 

Idaho State University Rural Health Hero Nominees and Awards

January 11, 2024

In partnership with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Idaho State University recently sponsored the Idaho Rural Health Association's 7th Annual Meeting and Awards Reception with a focus on "Cross-Cultural Awakenings."

Idaho Rural Health Heroes Awards

January 4, 2024

In an acknowledgment of exceptional dedication and service to rural communities in Idaho, the Idaho Rural Health Association awarded Helen Cathleen Tarp and Holly Kartchner the esteemed Rural Health Heroes Social Justice and Health Equity award.

Mathew Levay, Faculty Research Development Fellow within the College of Arts and Letters

Advancing Faculty Research and Creativity at ISU

January 4, 2024

Idaho State University is proud to announce the appointment of Matthew Levay, Ph.D., as the faculty research development fellow within the College of Arts and Letters.

Global studies program hires new director and plans for revitalization

December 20, 2023

The global studies and languages program is being restructured to provide more opportunities for students.

Farm Bureau and ISU representatives outside Stephens Performing Arts Center with giant donation check.

ISU and Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance of Idaho announce third year partnership for Summer Community Theatre 2024 with "The Wizard of Oz" musical

December 20, 2023

ISU is thrilled to announce its continued partnership with Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance of Idaho for the third year of the highly anticipated Summer Community Theatre.

Rachel Dietz and her peer partner, Bex Phillips, review each other’s work in class. Pictured in the box on the right is Emily C. Boone, the delegate Rachel is researching.

ISU students' dedication to sharing women's stories

December 20, 2023

Under the guidance of History Professor Marie Stango, students enrolled in the Women in US History course at Idaho State University are engaged in a project aimed at unearthing the untold stories of women who attended a pivotal 1977 women's conference in Houston.

Getting Across the Finish Line: Helping Students Finish Their Degrees

December 14, 2023

This week marks the first graduation of a recipient of The Resiliency Scholarship, funded by the Dean's Excellence fund within the College of Arts and Letters at Idaho State University.