Is it Possible? 10.31.2011

The goal is simple: 16,000 University of Idaho students by the year 2020. The preparation, on the other hand, will be difficult, said Steve Neiheisel, assistant vice president for Enrollment Management.

Something old, something new 10.28.2011

The music and sounds of Johann Sebastian Bach filled the University of Idaho Haddock Performance Hall as part of the inaugural opening to the first ever Idaho Bach Festival.

Science takes over SLC 10.28.2011

Covering topics from drug-resistant bacteria to environmental science of streams, University of Idaho students will showcase real-world and laboratory projects in the seventh annual Research Expo.

Records give insight into Bustamante 10.28.2011

Former University of Idaho assistant professor Ernesto A. Bustamante reportedly talked about shooting students in class, according to an anonymous student evaluation contained in the public records and timeline released by University of Idaho officials Thursday.

Records give insight into Bustamante 10.28.2011

Former University of Idaho assistant professor Ernesto A. Bustamante reportedly talked about shooting students in class, according to an anonymous student evaluation contained in the public records and timeline released by University of Idaho officials Thursday.

Boise state will fall 10.28.2011

Halloween is approaching rapidly and the only thing creepier than Buster Bronco’s costume is the future of the nation’s best mid-major.

It takes two 10.28.2011

The Vandal men’s tennis doubles pairing of Marius Cirstea and Andrew Dobbs beat nationally ranked teams and won the ITA Regional Championships in Las Vegas from Oct. 19 to 23, earning their spot at the National Indoor Championships in New York.

Larry the lovable loner 10.28.2011

For the typical soccer player, playing a sport that involves mainly one’s feet, the shoe could be considered a bane of existence. Idaho’s lone departing senior decided to take that to the next level — and it’s colorful.

What happened in Vegas 10.28.2011

The Vandal women’s golf team finished its fall season in Las Vegas, where it competed in the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown from Monday to Wednesday.

Protesting is pointless 10.28.2011

Although organized protest is a First Amendment right, there is a point when it becomes a disturbance and inflicts more damage than the change it inspires.

Save the treat, put on some clothes 10.28.2011

As Halloween grows closer, there is one question that seems to be on everyone’s mind: What am I going to wear? Now when trying to answer this question there are a few options people usually take and one of those is sluttiness.

Charitable causes balance out common October events 10.28.2011

In the last couple days of October, the topics of conversation always tend to be superficial, generally consisting of popular Halloween costumes, on-sale candy, what football game is on TV and who will be tailgating at the Vandal home game, if there is one. But this year charity is among the happenings on the Palouse.

Campus cup of coffee 10.25.2011

Committed Starbucks fans and coffee drinkers alike have reason to smile as the days get colder, because the VandalStore Starbucks is now open for business.