Bengal Tales

1st Monday 7-7:30pm (August through May, dates may vary)

Formerly known as Bengal Buzz, the Idaho State University Alumni Association radio program has a fresh new look for 2021. Introducing Bengal Tales, a half-hour radio show featuring interviews with significant ISU alumni, students, faculty, and friends. Bengal Tales is dedicated to exploring and celebrating the inspiring stories, accomplishments, and community events for ISU Bengals. Bengal Tales highlights different events and opportunities for engagement as well as information about Bengal athletic games and University news for Idaho State University. Tune in and stay connected. Follow us on Facebook at @IdahoStateAlumni for additional information. 



AUDIO ARCHIVE / OLDER SHOWS (find audio of recent programs below)

For this month's Bengal Tales episode, Ryan Sargent welcomes Lisa Przybylski, the Director of Annual Giving for the Office of Alumni Relations and Advancement Communications at Idaho State University. Listen now to learn more about Lisa, her experiences in advancement and how Idaho has become her new home.

In the first Bengal Tales episode for 2021, Ryan Sargent is joined by Amy Dressel, the Director of Advancement Communications at Idaho State University. Learn more about Amy's background, and journey to Idaho, and her experiences as a full-time staff member and graduate student at Idaho State University.


In this episode of Bengal Buzz Ryan Sargent welcomes Rebecca Ayre and Terrel Tovey. Each guest speaks about party politics, past and present political involvement, and the races and issues they're attuned to this election cycle. Air Date _ November 2, 2020

Bengal Buzz- Clara Do

Sep 8, 2020

Ryan Sargent is joined by Clara Do, the new president of the 1901 Student Alumni Association. 1901 is a group of students who are dedicated to Idaho States history, traditions, and community improvement. In addition to that, they serve as the Student Alumni Association and work to connect Idaho State students and alumni.

In this episode of Bengal Buzz, our host Ryan Sargent speaks with Alma Jam, Diversity Resource Center Program Manager and graduate student pursuing her Doctorate in Educational Leadership in Higher Education at ISU. Join them as they discuss her plans to combine her love for sociology and academia as she continues her pursuit for her next degree.