While a brisk wind filtered through Moscow, Students for Life and Crusade for Life advocates huddled close and marched down Moscow’s Main Street, Saturday afternoon. As pro-life advocates trickled into Friendship Square, a silent counter-protest grew on the opposite side.
The University of Idaho welcomed Nikkita Oliver, an attorney and educator from Seattle, to deliver the 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. keynote address Thursday night. The second floor of the Pitman Center filled with people as event organizers quickly set out more chairs to accommodate the growing crowd.
The first ASUI meeting of the semester began 30 minutes late because of an ASUI senator being held up during a pre-session group activity. A lack of unfinished business resulted in a short meeting. Instead, senators heard about a new bill which would make changes to the president’s cabinet.
Steve Smith, journalism and mass media professor at the University of Idaho, will be retiring May 2019 after eight years of teaching. Smith said he always had a passion for reporting – ever since watching Superman as a kid.
Out with the old, in with the new — a common phrase which can easily be applied to the new year and, more importantly, new news.
Over the past several years, the term program prioritization has been thrown around all over campus. Whether it be from students, faculty, staff or administrators, it is a hot topic of discussion among many.
University of Idaho President Chuck Staben addressed four main goals from the university’s 2016-2025 strategic plan Friday at the 2017 State of the University Address.