Article Archive for May 2012
Bicycles are convenient, save gas money and promote good health. They also come in a variety of shapes, sizes, styles, models and colors, but choosing the correct one can be difficult without extensive bike knowledge.
At 3 p.m., Ethan Arave had already been on the air for five hours and his last show had barely begun.
After ten years at the University of Idaho, risk management officer Nancy Spink will become the chief risk officer for University of Alaska System.
The University of Idaho’s sprawling Arboretum and Botanical Garden is home to the Chinese Spruce, a few Flowering Pear trees and even families of ducklings and migratory birds. It is also a carefully maintained and …
This summer, the University of Idaho offers many summer camps. Thousands of campers will have the opportunity to experience basketball, football, volleyball, golf, theater, science or natural resource camps.
It’s summer and you find yourself stuck in Moscow with nothing to do. Your friends have jobs and whenever you call them to hang out, you often receive the answer, “I can’t. I have to …
The fur will fly as paws and feet hit the pavement together in Moscow this summer.
Pain, loss and yearning have been at the root of a lot of great pop singles. Crazy For You, the first full-length record by Bethany Cosentino and her Best Coast collaborator Bobb Bruno got a …
“Believe” The Dirty Heads
These guys are some of my favorites right now — and they’re on every single one of my summer playlists. This tune is the perfect blend of catchy rap, sunny acoustics and …
Gemini 5/21 – 6/21
Although social plans are likely to fall through, that works to your advantage. All you want to do now is shut the door, grab the chips and dip and laugh with Barney …
Idaho football coach Robb Akey held a press conference on Monday afternoon to talk about wide receiver Ken McRoyal who was killed early Sunday morning.
University of Idaho student and football player Ken McRoyal, 22, was shot and killed at approximately 1:30 a.m. Sunday while at a photoshoot promoting a new clothing line at the Brewery Arts Complex in Los …
University of Idaho Athletic Director Rob Spear addressed the media on Friday in a teleconference discussing UI’s future after five WAC schools left the conference earlier in the day.
UI student death
University of Idaho student Kayla Houska died of unknown causes Wednesday evening.
The University of Idaho provides a number of free and low-cost events for students, faculty, staff and community members that are rare in other areas, but many students do not always take advantage of these …
The nationwide economy has put many of Idaho’s budget items on the chopping block during the past few years. With many Idahoans out of work, the salaries of top-paid state employees come under direct scrutiny.
The Dance Composition II course put on its final showing of “Crossing Borders,” which is composed of pieces choreographed by students.
The graduation ceremony May 12 on the University of Idaho campus will be the last in a series of six commencement ceremonies this year.
Ten University of Idaho students worked with the College of Engineering and NASA to develop an efficient energy storage system for their senior design project and presented their work Wednesday.
At 9 a.m. May 12, bagpipes will fill the air and the University of Idaho’s 116th graduating class will follow the procession down University Avenue to the Kibbie Dome, where the two-and-a-half-hour ceremony will commence.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is changing its traditional end-of-the year concert to a Never Forget You (NFY) event in honor of Karen Pohl.
The University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts is showing the musical comedy “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” tonight, Saturday and Sunday at Hartung Theater.
With the advent of summer, the University of Idaho Outdoor Program shifts its focus from white powder to whitewater.
It’s off to Seattle for the Idaho club lacrosse team Saturday where the Vandals will face Oregon in the PNCLL Final Four.
The Vandals came into last Saturday’s contest against Washington needing a win to keep …
In his attempt to speak out against bullying at the National High School Journalism Convention in Seattle, keynote speaker Dan Savage, founder of the It Gets Better Project, criticized and attacked the Bible. Savage said …