UI comedy troupe at the Artisan Barn University of Idaho improvisational comedy group White Tie Improv will be performing at Artisans at the Dahmen Barn April 7.To create their shows, this troupe incorporates ideas and suggestions from the audience. This unique “comedy on the fly” event is geared toward audiences of all ages. Tickets are […]
The recent proposal by ASUI President Samantha Perez to increase the student activity fee by zero percent may prove positive for most students, after President M Duane Nellis proposed a 6.1 percent increase to tuition for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Recent reports have added to Moscow Police Department’s ongoing investigation of a series of car burglaries on the University of Idaho campus.
The University of Idaho and Verizon Wireless are supporting the fight against domestic violence by introducing UHopeLine, a wireless phone recycling program.
Trevor Maclean, mechanical engineering sophomore, participates, in a game based on a Norwegian sport Thursday at the Living Learning Community Global Block Party.
The University of Idaho Alumni Association will present awards to four individuals at the annual Silver and Gold celebration on April 5, said Hugh Cooke, associate director for alumni relations.
Most college students focus on maintaining the balance between sleeping and studying, but second-year Scholarship for Education and Economic Development (SEED) student Audin Centeno, is more concerned about developing an action plan to make coffee farms environmentally sustainable in Nicaragua.
Recent department decisions to remove eight credits between University of Idaho students and a diploma were not required. While many departments decided to switch, others are still discussing lowering requirements or have decided it was not realistic.
The University of Idaho and Washington State University were recognized by President Barack Obama and named by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) to the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
If approved, A recent bill introduced to the Idaho legislature would exempt Idaho from participating in daylight saving time.
Until last week, I supported the Affordable Care Act. In theory, I still do. But after experiencing one of its main provisions first-hand, I realize theory is not good enough.
The U.S. Supreme Court is debating the insurance mandate of President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. It’s controversial in and out of the court, and understandably so.
Kids are going to school hungry on the Palouse.
In a crowded basement room, lit by large windows along one wall, students are busy calling alumni, parents and other friends of the university.
Blaser ninth in decathlon Idaho senior Andrew Blaser finished strong at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays with a 9th place finish in the decathlon Thursday in Austin. After the two day event, Blaser racked up 7,035 points — eight points short of his personal record, which he achieved during the 2011 WAC Championship.
With only five spring practices on the books, it’s time for the Idaho Vandals football team to take to the turf in its first spring scrimmage.
With full course loads and a commitment to their own team, four University of Idaho club lacrosse and one Washington State lacrosse team members have found the time to make a difference with younger athletes by coaching the Moscow High School men’s club lacrosse team.
The slow, but competitive section of the Idaho women’s tennis team’s schedule is over and the final stretch consists of seven matches in four weeks in preparation for the WAC Championships.
At one point during Idaho soccer’s season last fall, the back of the net became such a foreign place that during a string of six games, the team only netted three goals, losing five of the six games.
Abortion is not miscarriage On Tuesday, Ralph Nielsen shared his idea that the word “abortion” is equivalent to the word “miscarriage.” He cited the National Library of Medicine’s website.
‘May the odds …’ Be ever in the favor of “Catching Fire” hitting theaters sooner rather than later. I’m so stoked. “The Hunger Games” was the best book to movie I have ever seen, and I can only expect the same kind of performance from the last two movies of the trilogy. — Elizabeth
It’s just another Friday for University of Idaho students. We’ll go to class, meet up with friends, maybe go out for a drink or two and sleep. But when we make our way through campus, and get tangled in a herd of high school students we realize it’s not just any Friday.
By the time Idaho men’s tennis takes to the courts Saturday in Las Cruces, N.M., it will have been 23 days since the squad won a match. The slump is misleading, though. Since the seven-match losing streak started, the Vandals have faced two top-30 teams, two Pac-12 teams and a Big East and Big 10 […]
A small town Idaho kid has developed into a leading athlete and long jump champion for the Idaho men’s track and field team. Idaho junior Jason Lorentz, from Grangeville, didn’t have to travel far when he decided to walk-on to Vandal track and field. Lorentz turned down opportunities to play football for smaller universities to […]
The second meet of outdoor competition takes the Vandals back to Spokane where Idaho track and field will compete in the Sam Adams Classic Saturday. Idaho also sent a small group of athletes to the Texas Relays held Thursday to Saturday in Austin. “We’re really familiar with the Spokane atmosphere,” Idaho junior Jason Lorentz said. […]