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Staben pitches tuition freeze

01.26.2015 – 10:33 pm |

 Staben appeals to JFAC to cover 3 percent employee compensation increase
University of Idaho President Chuck Staben proposed a plan to the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee Monday that would halt tuition increases for undergraduate Idaho residents for …

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Off the cuff

01.26.2015 – 11:56 pm |

Sweet tooth

Some days, all I want is cheesecake.

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Student Health Center to stay downtown

01.26.2015 – 10:37 pm |

UI clinic understaffed, recruiting new physicians
The UI Student Health Center, although tentatively scheduled to reopen on campus after winter break, will remain at its current downtown location for the time being, said Greg Tatham, assistant …

Time with Tinder

01.26.2015 – 10:37 pm |

My experience with the notorious dating app
My friends and mentors have been hassling me to get a girlfriend for a while. So in an effort to meet new people, I subjected myself to the lowest form of match making there is: …

Vandal donors set record

01.26.2015 – 10:36 pm |

Historic Inspiring Futures campaign surpasses goal
The best fundraising campaigns are the ones that continue to give, said Chris Lucier, senior director of advancement at the University of Idaho.

Staben’s strong proposal

01.26.2015 – 10:33 pm |

Staben’s proposal to JFAC a strong move, but may not gain approval
Yesterday, University of Idaho President Chuck Staben made a proposal to the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee (JFAC) of the Idaho State Legislature, requesting the state fully fund …

Athletes of the week

01.26.2015 – 10:33 pm |

Connor Hill – men’s basketball

Club sports underrated

01.26.2015 – 10:32 pm |

When given the chance, club sport events are a sight to behold
You would be hard pressed to thumb through any university brochure without seeing at least one picture of the crowd at a varsity-sporting event.
Those …

‘Confidence is a fickle beast’

01.26.2015 – 10:31 pm |

New coach, same results for Idaho track and field at Idaho Collegiate
The first home meet of the year can be stressful for any track and field program, but even more so for Idaho’s new director …

Men’s tennis resumes

01.26.2015 – 10:30 pm |

Tough start to men’s tennis season, lost to Gonzaga
The spring tennis season didn’t start off quite right for the Idaho men’s tennis team. 

Bears make it rain

01.26.2015 – 10:30 pm |

Northern Colorado hot beyond the arc, beat Idaho women
The welcome confines of the Cowan Spectrum and three-straight home games await the Idaho women’s basketball team this week after a 0-2 road trip.

Big Sky Round Up

01.26.2015 – 10:29 pm |

Sacramento State (13-6, 7-1)
The Hornets are 8-1 in the last nine games, and with Montana State as their next opponent, their record will surely improve. Sacramento State has yet to play some of the top …

Gender-focused climbing nights

01.26.2015 – 10:11 pm |

Climbing Center boasts female-only climbing night
In effort to make the University of Idaho Climbing Center more welcoming and approachable for women, the Student Recreation Center has reserved a block of time each week to make …

Going forward

01.26.2015 – 10:10 pm |

CAMP brings UI to Southern Idaho
Many multicultural students from Southern Idaho can’t make the six-hour trip to the University of Idaho Moscow campus to attend events like Vandal Friday or Envision Idaho, and they miss …

Safer driving, saving lives

01.26.2015 – 9:56 pm |

MPD offers class to teach young people safe driving skills
Three Moscow Police officers trade in their gun and uniform once a month for an “Alive at 25” T-shirt. The officers opt to dress causal while …

Wagon wheels

01.23.2015 – 12:34 am |

Transformation from run-down barn to art studio
Highway 195 takes travelers past a little white barn with an impressive fence. The fence is made of more than 1,000 old wheels stretched around the property.
This barn is …

Off the cuff

01.23.2015 – 12:15 am |

March for Life
“We are for the distinct value and worth that are ours on account of Christ. We are for remembering the 55 million lives that have been purposefully ended since abortion was legalized in 1973. And we …

Sports briefs

01.22.2015 – 10:36 pm |

Millet honored by WAC
Idaho’s all-around standout swimmer Rachel Millet earned WAC Player of the Week honors after taking away victories in every event she swam in during Idaho’s win over New Mexico State Saturday. Millet, …

Upcoming albums in 2015

01.22.2015 – 10:35 pm |

 New year means new music  
There’s no denying 2014 was a huge year for music. It saw diverse releases, from artists like Taylor Swift, Run the Jewels, Every Time I Die, Anberlin and more. The …

A bigger community

01.22.2015 – 10:34 pm |

Tragedy reveals the true nature of Moscow
In the wake of a tragedy like the one a week and a half ago, everyone has an opinion, everyone wants to be heard.
Some need to vent to share …

Upset bid comes up short

01.22.2015 – 10:34 pm |

Tough defense, rebounding not enough for Idaho women’s basketball
Despite a season high 20-point performance from junior guard Christina Salvatore, the Vandals fell to North Dakota 68-62 Thursday night.

Road woes be gone

01.22.2015 – 10:32 pm |

Men’s basketball needs to improve road record
It can’t be easy being a student-athlete, especially when the team has to travel. 

Friday Fiction: No greater love

01.22.2015 – 10:31 pm |

He wished he’d died with his wife.
Jonathan curled up in bed and did what he had done almost every night for the past five years — he reminisced about his wife’s death. He sorely missed …

Obama eases college debt

01.22.2015 – 10:23 pm |

President’s proposal presents new possibilities for college students
Over half of campus probably cries at night at the thought of all the debt they will face after graduation. College isn’t always easy, folks, and with the …

The abyss of student debt

01.22.2015 – 10:22 pm |

Student debt forgiveness may not be all it seems
Just mentioning student debt sends a chill down every student’s spine. As many college students try so desperately to forget, debt is a ghost that’s coming for …

American controversy

01.22.2015 – 10:19 pm |

Movies must stop changing history
An Iraqi child’s life is on the line in the opening of “American Sniper.”
The sniper in question is Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, portrayed by Bradley Cooper, who must decide if the …

Right move for UI law

01.22.2015 – 10:16 pm |

UI’s law program heading in the right direction 
After more than a decade of proposals, planning, discussions, setbacks and more, the University of Idaho Law program will finally have a physical presence of its own in …