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Carlson: Idaho's 'Flagship' University?

Ten years ago, if anyone asked which university in this state was the “flagship” institution of higher ed, the top undergraduate and graduate school, the state’s Land Grant school, the University of Idaho at Moscow, would have been the response. Today that is not the perception. Many Idaho residents, especially in the Treasure Valley where one-third of the state’s population resides, would without hesitation say, Boise State University. The fact is indisputable: people equate success on the football field and the hardwood court to dominance as an educational institution/Chris Carlson, The Carlson Chronicle (via St. Maries Gazette Record). More here.

Question: Which university in Idaho do you think is the "flagship" institution? Why?




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