Volume 44 | Number 1 | Spring 2014
Don't tell Joey Parker, '13, that he dreams too big. He doesn't have time for such talk. He's too busy changing the world from his laptop in Idaho Falls. (read more)
Jeff Zausch, '11, has been bitten by a rattlesnake when he was alone and miles from civilization. He's taken scores of solo survival treks in the wilds of the American West and in Alaska and Canada. Appearing on the Discovery Channel's "Naked and Afraid" program this spring, however, was tougher. (read more)
ISU's breadth of programs offers something for everyone. (read more)
Amidst the smiles, laughter and orange and black balloons, one can't miss the feeling of excitement at CommUniversity events. (read more)
Skiing and rafting with disabilities was never part of Bob Ellis's master plan. (read more)
Imagine a scholarship that paid for students to study in any country they wanted with all expenses paid. What if the government funded that scholarship program, granting funding to practically any student who wanted to participate?
In Saudi Arabia, that idea has become a reality. (read more)