Monday, July 15, 2019
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Swanson Arch, Idaho State University’s most iconic historical landmark that students march through entering and graduating from the University, attracted a colony of bees this summer that weren’t interested in an education but in making honey. On Friday, approximately 30,000 bees were removed from the arch by beekeepers who were assisted by Idaho State University Facilities Services maintenance workers. There’s a happy ending for the bees: they are now in a new off-campus hive, back to making honey. They will be moved to a farm south of Chubbuck this fall. Read More