Article Archive for April 2012
Members from various Greek houses and residence halls competed in a game of tug-of-war above a pool of Jello at Delta Zeta’s first philanthropy event, The Turtle Tug, Sunday at the Wallace Residence Center volleyball …
The much hyped 2012 NFL draft has come and gone and it’s time for the newest professional football players to prove they were worth the pick. As expected, quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III …
When you start talking about putting trail cameras up in April, be prepared for a few silly looks.
Idaho men’s tennis appeared in its first WAC Championship game following the most difficult schedule in its history. Two singles matches kept the Vandals from a conference crown when Idaho fell to No. 33 Fresno …
I received an email appointment reminder Monday entitled “Cuddles.” Scheduled from 12.30 a.m. until 7 a.m., “Cuddles” reminds me to cuddle by jumping into my inbox each day at 4 p.m. I simply do not …
Simple proof of evolution
From a scientific viewpoint, evolution is irrefutable.
People watching …
… is one of my favorite pastimes. Moscow is full of the funniest, craziest, most beautiful and interesting people — I absolutely love it.
Rape is a horror we like to pretend exists only in movies or novels, but the fact is it’s a reality that occurs even within the University of Idaho community.
People all around the world, especially Americans, are constantly told the planet is going to fry and everyone and everything is going to die because humans are depleting the ozone layer via air conditioners, TVs, …
Intern to make a difference — The University of Idaho Women’s Center offers several internships with the opportunity to earn credit.
Students have the opportunity to get involved with the Women’s Center and everything it does by becoming an intern.
The Seattle Seahawks prolonged the career of Idaho inside linebacker Korey Toomer by drafting him with the No. 19 pick of the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft Saturday.
The conversation series “Got Sex?” that took place Thursday evening spoke of the signs and physical responses of partners who are truly aroused in a sexual experience, as well as those who are not.
After smashing through the WAC Championship quarterfinal match, Idaho battled the Hawaii Warriors in the semifinals, but fell short.
Trailing by one goal with just seconds remaining, the Washington Huskies had possession and got a good shot on goal, but Idaho goalie Blake Uphus made a game-winning save before clearing the ball as time …
Jose Bendeck, men’s tennis
Though the Vandal men’s team fell short of a WAC Championship, Bendeck was key to Idaho’s championship run. In a semi-final victory against Hawaii, Bendeck’s three-set win at No. 4 singles clinched …
Tuesday, April 24
6:17 p.m. 1400 Blk South Mountain View Road and Troy Road: Caller reported a pedestrian hit-and-run accident with injuries. An officer responded and filed a report.
When Bob Greene announced his retirement from BookPeople of Moscow after 30 years, Steffen Werner thought Moscow was going to lose a landmark.
University of Idaho Master of Fine Arts student Jory Mickelson recently published his chapbook “Slow Depth.”
Moscow and the surrounding area offer one emergency housing option for homeless residents — and it is usually full.
This time last year, Vandal football fans had reason to embrace the hype that surrounded the 2011 team. Coming off a five-win season that saw Idaho close in on what would’ve been a second consecutive …
With all the focus on one meet rather than five in one week, the Idaho track and field team completed a solid showing at the Duane Hartman Invitational Saturday in Spokane.
Editor’s note: University of Idaho student Margaret has asked that her last name not be used to protect her identity.
The University of Idaho’s largest fundraising campaign in its history goes public this week with several high-profile events on campus.
Inspiration — we’d all like to find it. But it can prove elusive in the rough and tumble of the daily grind and countless challenges in our nation.
At the end of the spring semester, members of the University of Idaho’s Delta Chi fraternity will lose their house for two years.