Students volunteer for service 09.30.2011

The University of Idaho Alternative Service Break coordinators selected teams for winter service trips to Quito, Ecuador and Costa Rica Wednesday.

From Russia with Love’ 09.30.2011

Romantic, passionate music will be featured prominently in the Washington Idaho Symphony’s 40th season premiere concert, “From Russia with Love.”

Better informed, better opportunities 09.30.2011

Being involved with ASUI is more than a resume boost. It’s a chance for students to get involved with every part of the university, learn responsibility and help others.

Better informed, better opportunities 09.30.2011

Being involved with ASUI is more than a resume boost. It’s a chance for students to get involved with every part of the university, learn responsibility and help others.

ASUI Senate 09.30.2011

Open Forum Lance Corporal Phil Sulzen, public affairs officer for the Veteran’s Club, proposed a new position for either the Senate or executive branch.

An evening of food, culture, entertainment 09.30.2011

Africa is home to nearly 15 percent of the world’s population, and is one of the most culturally diverse continents in the world.

Accessible skin care 09.30.2011

Anyone who has ever had problems with acne or other skin-related issues can rest assured. North Idaho Dermatology (NID) now has an office in Moscow’s Gritman Medical Center.

A chance to meet a future employer 09.30.2011

Jessica Berwick said the Career Center is giving students the opportunity to network, build professional relationships and explore career opportunities at its Job and Internship Fair which runs Monday through Wednesday.

KUOI News — 9.30.11 09.30.2011

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Dress for success in workplace and on campus 09.30.2011

Picture this: The CEO of a Fortune 500 company ditches the suit and tie — or pencil skirt and blazer — and arrives to work in an old baggy T-shirt, coupled with that infamous favorite pair of sweatpants and beyond-broken-in Reeboks that haven’t been on shelves in years. Imagine a bank teller, car salesman, lawyer

Quick takes on life from our editors 09.30.2011

Thank you I’m happy that Moscow is so pedestrian and bicycle friendly. If drivers on Third Street didn’t stop it would take me an hour to get to campus. What I don’t understand is that I have to wait longer to cross on A Street. Weird. — Elizabeth

Open your eyes, see the world 09.30.2011

Potatoes, cows and farmers. While these characteristics don’t embody every person in Idaho, there is some truth behind these stereotypes.

Technological distractions hinder classroom learning 09.30.2011

Between laptops and fidgeting students, the classroom is quickly becoming one of the worst environments in which to learn. If the electronic distractions don’t drive you crazy, watching peoples’ quirks will.

There’s an app for that 09.30.2011

Need a metronome to stay on the beat? Want your boyfriend to better understand you? With the advances in technology, there’s now an application for everything — including an application for parents who want to figure out if their son is gay. This inappropriate Android app was created by French developer “Emmene Moi.” Representatives said

No.3 Alabama at No.12 Florida 09.30.2011

by Michael Greenway Alabama, No. 3, will travel to Gainesville, Florida to take on the No. 12 Florida Gators. Florida comes into the game under new head coach Will Muschamp and new offensive coordinator Charlie Weis. A win against Alabama, would regain national supremacy for the Gators and likely earn them a spot in the

Bossio leads Vandals, finishes second 09.30.2011

Vandal golfer Jarred Bossio led the Vandals with a second place finish this week at the Boise State University Dash Thomas Memorial in Eagle, Idaho which helped propel the Vandals to a second place team finish.

Consistency, excecution will be critical for success against Virginia 09.30.2011

The Vandals might need to be better than “close” this weekend.

Directing traffic on the court 09.30.2011

Junior setter Jennifer Feicht has been a key part of the Vandal volleyball team since her freshman year, and continues to play the difficult position at a high level. For Feicht, it’s a matter of carrying on a family tradition.

New memebers make the adjustment to college level soccer 09.30.2011

Physicality, speed of the game and mental road blocks — these factors, Idaho’s more experienced freshmen soccer players said, have presented the biggest challenges to competing at the college level.

Men anticipate rigorous schedule 09.30.2011

Coach Don Verlin announced the “toughest” Vandal men’s basketball schedule yet in his four years at the University of Idaho Tuesday.

Men’s team finds new star in Perevoshchikov 09.30.2011

Dmitry Perevoshchikov decisively won both of the tournaments he played this season, proving his worth as an addition to the Vandal men’s tennis team.

Scott receives national notoriety 09.30.2011

As if the transition from the junior college level wasn’t challenging enough, Idaho wide receiver Mike Scott has taken his Division I career to the next level, and last week became the most recent addition to the 2011 Biletnikoff Award watch list.

Vandals compete in Dellinger Invite this weekend 09.30.2011

By Kyle Paul Idaho cross-country will head to Springfield, Ore., for the Bill Dellinger Invitational on Sept. 21.

Vandals XC to compete in Dellinger Invite this weekend 09.30.2011

by Kyle Paul University of Idaho cross-country will head to Springfield, Ore., for the Bill Dellinger Invitational on Sept. 21.

Vandals stay close to home 09.29.2011

The Vandal women’s tennis team will head to Pullman Friday for the WSU Cougar Classic.