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2020 Fall | Idaho State University

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University’s College of Technology will host a building dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the recently completed $22 million renovations on the William M. and Karin A. Eames Advanced Technical Education and Innovations Complex on Oct. 2.

Gov. Brad Little, Idaho State President Kevin Satterlee, College of Technology Dean Scott Rasmussen, and many other dignitaries will be in attendance to celebrate the completion of the building.

The dedication and ribbon cutting will be an invite only event, however, a live stream of the event will be broadcast on the ISU YouTube channel for those who

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Labor Day weekend parties threaten fall 2020

Partying students would be dismissed without tuition refunds. Northeastern University had made that clear Friday, kicking out 11 first-year students who broke COVID-19 rules to gather in a Boston hotel room.

Yet by that night, a few dozen students from Northeastern and Boston University found their way to the Charles River, their legs lit by the Esplanade lights, their faces by reflections of skyscrapers off the water. Bottles of Tito’s vodka, Gatorade, Coca-Cola and soda water were laid out on a park bench, a convenient bar for students seeking a way to party. 

Any doubts that students would find a

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Biden Names Running Mate, College Fall Sports Canceled, Belarus Election : NPR


When Barack Obama won the presidential nomination in 2008, his vice-presidential pick was a rival who ran against him, Joe Biden.


Now, 12 years later, Biden is taking the Democratic nomination. And for a running mate, he’s picked one of his former rivals. Kamala Harris hammered Biden in debates before she dropped out. She’s a former California prosecutor who was elected to the Senate. And she also represents how this country is changing. A major party hasn’t ever chosen someone from her background. She is the first Black woman, the first person from an

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College technology leaders bracing for virtual fall semester

Western Technical College and UW-La Crosse officials say they are in a better place for online learning
School It Preps For Year

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – The status quo of education is gone and the fall semester will look brand new for students. Two local colleges are getting set for classes that will move online.

Education leaders have to throughout everything they know about back to school. The fall semester will force everyone to adapt.

Western Technical College information technology director Joan Pierce is already

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