Gustavo Sagrero

Newsroom Intern

Gustavo Sagrero has spent his early years as part of many Boise community projects; from music festivals, to Radio Boise, to the Boise Weekly, before leaving his hometown to work in fine dining abroad. Si gusta compartir un relato, no duda en comunicarse.

Now he's back as a newsroom intern at Boise State Public Radio, as well as a blog writer for FARE Idaho, digging into the roots of the Treasure Valley and abroad for a good story.

He's set to graduate from Boise State University in the spring of 2021 with a degree emphasizing in broadcast media.

An avid collector of restaurant take-out menus and T-shirts, Gustavo has spent a good few years in the service industry and uses those experiences to fuel his curiosities and develop his stories. You'll likely find him searching for the perfect bowl of menudo or in the middle of a street with a phone camera in hand — if you see him, be kind enough to warn him if there's a car coming his way.

Rachel Cohen/Boise State Public Radio

As New Central District Health guidelines have replaced a mask mandate with recommendation in Ada and Valley counties, librarians say their safety isn’t being prioritized.

Whittier School Students Kids Buses
Tom Michael / Boise State Public Radio

The UK and California strains of the coronavirus have been detected in Boise area wastewater, according to Central District Health. These variants could make reopening schools more challenging.

Molly Messick / StateImpact Idaho

The Treasure Valley is facing a record number of residents needing help to find a place to live. But a lack of affordable housing is making it harder for people struggling to find a permanent residence.

Darin Oswald / Idaho Statesman

U.S. Congressman Mike Simpson is getting pushback for his $33.5 billion proposal to remove four dams on the Lower Snake River. The attempt to restore salmon populations would dismantle an intricate economic infrastructure. But Simpson sees no other options.

Gustavo Sagrero

Idaho activists shared a round table discussion with civil rights icon Angela Davis this week. Boise State University initially planned it as part of their Martin Luther King Day celebrations, but had withdrawn its support, citing safety concerns.

The Department of Homeland Security placed a 100-day pause on most deportations that went into effect Thursday of last week. The goal of the moratorium is to give federal agencies time to review and revise immigration policies.

As the vaccine rollout continues into its sixth week and clinics around the valley begin to allow registration, many questions still remain for Idahoans. Idaho’s health department is hoping their COVID hotline will help reach more populations in different languages.


The Board of Central District Health met Friday morning for an update on the spread of COVID-19, the strain found in the United Kingdom and vaccine distribution, among other items.

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Latino and Latina communities continue to face higher rates of infection and death from COVID-19. Now community organizers are working to combat a new obstacle: fear around getting the vaccine.


Two days into his position, Boise State University’s new athletic director Jeremiah Dickey outlined his priorities for his first 100 days in a press conference Monday.