CTC helps UI students identify the risks of eating disorders 01.31.2012

Car accidents, sickness and suicide are not the leading cause of death for females between the ages of 15 and 24 — eating disorders are, said Miles Meason of the University of Idaho’s Counseling and Testing Center.

Moroccan the runway 01.31.2012

Skylar Ting, Moscow High School student, models traditional Moroccan regalia at the Morocco-U.S. Intercultural Exchange fashion show Monday in the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.

Police Log 01.31.2012

Tuesday, Jan. 24 11:17 a.m. 1400 Block South Mountain View Road: Caller reported that two subjects are at the above apartment retrieving items. No report was filed.

Vandalizing humanity 01.31.2012

Sports are not everyone’s cup of tea. “How many points does getting it in the basket mean?” and “Who is the captain?” I asked the sports writer beside me at a basketball game last weekend. But we all know sports are about more than a game. There is a lot we can learn.

Off the cuff 01.31.2012

Keeping it classy Shrimp on the barby, Fosters, Aussie wine and kiwis … Yeah it was a great Australian Open final. Go Djokovic. — Madison

UI professor appointed co-leader in new national science group 01.31.2012

For three months, oil spilled non-stop into the Gulf of Mexico during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, endangering ocean life, animals and residents in the surrounding area. Gary Machlis, University of Idaho professor of conservatism, was there during spring 2010.

More common than we know 01.31.2012

Exposing the most intimate details of your life to a stranger can be the hardest part of getting help, especially if we’re not sure we need it.

Students battle in knowledge challenge 01.31.2012

University of Idaho students competed in a battle of the mind last week in the annual College Bowl competition.

Morals matter 01.31.2012

Politicians are not puppets on a string or actors on a stage — they are people who should be judged by the same morals and values by which we judge ourselves.

Students share concerns 01.31.2012

Thirty-five University of Idaho undergraduates traveled to Boise Jan. 25 to meet with Idaho’s legislators and discuss higher education at the 2012 Legislative Breakfast.

Vandals take over Boise 01.31.2012

In honor of the annual “Higher Education Week,” ASUI board members aim to make the University of Idaho a top priority for the state.

Vandals unite against violence 01.31.2012

V is for more than Vandals, said Heather Gasser, University of Idaho Women’s Center director and co-producer of “The Vagina Monologues.”

Gov. Otter discusses ‘IGEM’ plan with Idaho university presidents 01.31.2012

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s IGEM (Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission) plan to promote research in Idaho would mean an additional $2 million split between the state’s three universities.

Dangerous disorders 01.31.2012

Car accidents, sickness and suicide are not the leading cause of death for females between the ages of 15 and 24 — eating disorders are, said Miles Meason of the University of Idaho’s Counseling and Testing Center.

Science of a crisis 01.31.2012

For three months, oil spilled non-stop into the Gulf of Mexico during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, endangering ocean life, animals and residents in the surrounding area. Gary Machlis, University of Idaho professor of conservatism, was there during spring 2010.

Students battle in knowledge challenge 01.31.2012

University of Idaho students competed in a battle of the mind last week in the annual College Bowl competition. The winning team, Harahel, went undefeated in four rounds of trivia competition. Benjamin Sloniker, a member of the winning team, said it felt good to come away with the win. “We actually didn’t really practice — […]

Students share concerns 01.31.2012

Thirty-five University of Idaho undergraduates traveled to Boise Jan. 25 to meet with Idaho’s legislators and discuss higher education at the 2012 Legislative Breakfast.

Vandals take over Boise 01.31.2012

In honor of the annual “Higher Education Week,” ASUI board members aim to make the University of Idaho a top priority for the state. UI President M. Duane Nellis joined ASUI board members at a conference in Boise. Nellis appeared before the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee, outlining the economic importance of UI. His main objective is […]

Vandals unite against violence 01.31.2012

V is for more than Vandals, said Heather Gasser, University of Idaho Women’s Center director and co-producer of “The Vagina Monologues.”

What a GEM 01.31.2012

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s IGEM (Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission) plan to promote research in Idaho would mean an additional $2 million split between the state’s three universities.

Politicians’ private lives are subject to scrutiny by the public 01.31.2012

Politicians are not puppets on a string or actors on a stage — they are people who should be judged by the same morals and values by which we judge ourselves.

More common than we know 01.31.2012

Exposing the most intimate details of your life to a stranger can be the hardest part of getting help, especially if we’re not sure we need it.

Off the cuff 01.31.2012

Keeping it classy Shrimp on the barby, Fosters, Aussie wine and kiwis … Yeah it was a great Australian Open final. Go Djokovic. — Madison

Vandalizing humanity 01.31.2012

Sports are not everyone’s cup of tea. “How many points does getting it in the basket mean?” and “Who is the captain?” I asked the sports writer beside me at a basketball game last weekend. But we all know sports are about more than a game. There is a lot we can learn.

‘Watch’ which charity you pick 01.31.2012

Brightly colored, gender neutral accessories are just what it takes to make an apathetic generation put up some dollars for a cause, and that’s what Flex Watches is doing.