More Videos

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff 0:29

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him. 1:25

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him.

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise 1:47

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights 5:22

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights

A Boise man's online DNA test leads to discovering a sister he didn't know existed 2:29

A Boise man's online DNA test leads to discovering a sister he didn't know existed

Take a look inside the big Boise campus Idaho just bought from HP 0:45

Take a look inside the big Boise campus Idaho just bought from HP

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients 0:32

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients

Albertsons CEO says treating people right is the key to success 2:40

Albertsons CEO says treating people right is the key to success

Albertsons opens new convenience store. 1:25

Albertsons opens new convenience store.

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how. 0:31

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how.

  • At Boise State University, therapy dogs are here to cheer you up if finals have got you down

    Finals week kicked off at Boise State University on May 1, but it's not all studying and stress. The university had a group of therapy dogs come to the quad to help students relax and enjoy themselves.

Finals week kicked off at Boise State University on May 1, but it's not all studying and stress. The university had a group of therapy dogs come to the quad to help students relax and enjoy themselves. Nicole Blanchard nblanchard@idahostatesman.com
Finals week kicked off at Boise State University on May 1, but it's not all studying and stress. The university had a group of therapy dogs come to the quad to help students relax and enjoy themselves. Nicole Blanchard nblanchard@idahostatesman.com

Working like a dog for finals week? BSU wants you to pet a dog, instead

May 01, 2017 03:25 PM

More Videos

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff 0:29

Idaho House members applaud Hailey man involved in Bundy standoff

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him. 1:25

Nate Shelman usually roasts his listeners. Now, watch them roast him.

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise 1:47

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights 5:22

QB Brock Purdy's senior highlights

A Boise man's online DNA test leads to discovering a sister he didn't know existed 2:29

A Boise man's online DNA test leads to discovering a sister he didn't know existed

Take a look inside the big Boise campus Idaho just bought from HP 0:45

Take a look inside the big Boise campus Idaho just bought from HP

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients 0:32

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients

Albertsons CEO says treating people right is the key to success 2:40

Albertsons CEO says treating people right is the key to success

Albertsons opens new convenience store. 1:25

Albertsons opens new convenience store.

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how. 0:31

Idaho, you can register to vote online now. Here's how.

  • 'Payback' from athletics has lifted Boise State as a whole, Kustra says

    Sports is "an enormous investment" for Boise State University, but one that has paid off for the school as a whole, said BSU President Bob Kustra. "That Fiesta Bowl of 2007 really gave us a set of strategies on how we could take the rest of the university on the national stage that football took us in that year." Kustra plans to retire in June 2018. He spoke Nov. 17, 2017, two days after announcing those retirement plans.