After a 2-year hiatus, PurpleCure relaunched their Memorial Golf Tournament on June 16, 2018. Formerly known as the Mike Ohge Memorial Golf Tournament, Saturday’s event was met with much excitement and anticipation. Judging from the pictures below there was also … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the 2nd Annual Mike Ohge Memorial Golf Tournament! We had an incredible turnout, with an increase in the number of teams participating, an increase in volunteer support and even an increase in sponsor ships. We couldn’t be more thrilled with the outpouring of support and look forward to an even bigger tournament in 2013!
NBA referees officiating the Finals will wear number 57 on their jerseys to recognize NBA referee Greg Willard who was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The gesture of support for Greg and his family was arranged in cooperation with the NBA.
Greg Willard has been an NBA referee for 24 seasons and has officiated over 1,500 regular season games, 120 playoff games and has been officiating in The Finals since the 2009-2010 season. “Greg’s professionalism and integrity have made him a role model within the NBA community,” said NBRA General Counsel Lee Seham. “We want him and his family to know that our thoughts and prayers are with them.”
Our thoughts and prayers are with Greg and his family. Fight, Greg!
The 2nd Annual Mike Ohge Memorial Golf Tournament, hosted Saturday, June 23, 2012 by Eagle Hills Golf Course, is coming along nicely! We currently have 20 teams registered, 11 hole sponsors and prizes donated from over 30 local businesses. If you have not yet registered your team, there is still time to do so but make it fast because registration ends June 6th, 2012! Hope you’ll join us for this fun, 4 person scramble.
Special Announcement on Behalf of the Morris and Minkoff Families
March 21, 2012
Dear friends and family of Dr. Daniel Neil Morris,
We are pleased to announce the Dr. Daniel N. Morris Memorial Scholarship, an endowed fund available to the students of Boise State University.
The Dr. Daniel N. Morris Memorial Scholarship, awarded through the Communication Department, will provide financial assistance to students who can demonstrate their understanding of the role of journalism in promoting democracy.
Dan dedicated his life to journalism, education and the pursuit of the democratic debate. He received his bachelors and masters degrees in Journalism from Northwestern University and went on to obtain his Doctorate in Journalism from the University of Missouri. He was a reporter for many years at The Kansas City Star before he returned to academia as a professor of journalism at Boise State University. He relished his role as advisor for The Arbiter, the BSU student newspaper.
Please take a look at the formal announcement below for more information on the scholarship and how to donate. Donations are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt by mail for your gift.
The scholarship was made possible by an initial generous donation by Dan’s nephew, Edward Morris Minkoff.
We invite you to donate as a way to promote Dan’s legacy of friendship, education, and passion for the written word. And, please, if you know of friends of Dan that may be interested please forward on this announcement. **
The Morris Family and the Minkoff Family
Ways to contribute
By mail: Boise State University Foundation, 2225 University Drive, Boise, ID 83706
Please be sure to notate the following on your check/online donation:
Designation: College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs
Account: Dr. Daniel N. Morris Memorial Scholarship
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