Monday March 2, 2020
 Senior Idaho State University Honors Program student Alec Lepisto believes in living a well-rounded life .
Although he is double-majoring in physics and math, Lepisto has a literary side. Take for example, his writing of the tale of two women having a conversation about the person they have just killed. This 2,000-word piece of fiction titled “Fugue” will be published in the 2020 edition of Scribendi, a nonprofit, annual print publication by the University of New Mexico Honors College that publishes creative work from undergraduate honors students from more than 900 institutions from across the country. Read More
Continuing a 30-year tradition, the Idaho State University Health Fair will provide education and activities designed to help anyone with the goal of improving their health and quality of life. Among the highlights for 2020 are live food demonstrations, educational health and wellness information booths staffed by ISU students and staff, and free or reduced-cost health screenings.. Read More
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