For whom the bell tolls 07.25.2012
The Bell Tower in Pullman, Wa. is the only dedicated concert house on the Palouse.
Down the right path 07.25.2012
There’s no age limit on loving nature. You won’t get carded at the trailhead nor will you be turned away if deemed “too old.”
All the school’s a stage 07.25.2012
Among many other organizations on campus, the theater department and the office of multicultural affairs have a lot to offer students, starting fall semester.
Campus shenanigans are only half the fun in Moscow. Hit up these hotspots to get connected and have a blast beyond campus borders.
Doggone good time 07.25.2012
If there was ever any doubt that Johnny Saltarella is a local celebrity, consider the turn out for last year’s hot dog eating contest. More than a thousand people crowded into the parking lot of Eastside Marketplace to watch 10 contestants wolf down as many hotdogs as they could in 10 mintues.
Chew on this 07.25.2012
From inside a bowl to a snack-sized bar, granola is a complex carb that conquers hunger like a champion. Often made from a mixture of oats, nuts and dried fruit like raisins and cranberries, granola has been a popular breakfast choice since it’s introduction in the 1800s.
Mix tape 7.25 07.25.2012
Nothing quite compares to rolling down your windows, cruising down a dusty, starlit road and blasting a few country classics. There’s a little bit of Idaho in everyone, so toss out the stereotypes, add these tracks to your summer playlist and turn up the twang.
Horoscopes 7.25 07.25.2012
Leo 7/23 – 8/22 Congrats Leo, your birthday is coming up. Make a few empowering goals for the year–like staying out of jail.
Last ‘hurrah’ for legend 07.25.2012
As Vandal athletics begin fall practices, a Vandal legend — and the daughter fighting for him — will learn if he has a shot at football’s highest honor.
Two bright spot areas for the Idaho football team just got a little brighter. Ahead of fall camp, center Mike Marboe and punter Bobby Cowan were thrown in the spotlight earlier this month when both were named to pre-season watch lists for their respective positions.
Olympic fever has spread from the United States to Equatorial Guinea, from Great Britain to Bahrain. Athletes from 204 nations will prove medal-hungry in 36 different sports, and for 17 days the world will be captured by the unity and togetherness the Summer Games create once every four years.
Still open to the ‘freshman 15’ 07.25.2012
Any soccer team would consider the return of a core group of starters “a luxury.” But Idaho coach Pete Showler is in an enviable situation in which he returns every single starter from last year’s team that made its deepest conference tournament run in program history.
Take a break, take a swing, hit the green 07.25.2012
Only two percent of universities in the United States have a golf course and the University of Idaho is proud to be in that select group.
You paid for it 07.25.2012
With more opportunities and more things to do, students are busier than ever before. Matt Kleffner, UI senior associate athletic director said he believes this is the reason students choose not to attend athletic events on campus.
Win some, lose some 07.25.2012
Vandal Football has its work cut out in 2012 — here’s how it’s going to break down
Where to go to watch the game 07.25.2012
Football – Kibbie Dome The Kibbie-ASUI Activity Center, more commonly known as the Kibbie Dome, has been home to Vandal football since 1975, aside from a few years that the team called Pullman’s Martin Stadium home during the transition to the FBS.
Good energy 07.25.2012
Two University of Idaho students won awards in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2012 Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research competition.
Another powerful f-word 07.25.2012
The committees in charge of bringing to life the 40th aniversary celebration of the University of Idaho Women’s Center are dreaming big and determined to make the series of events empowering for everyone.
Business skills and broader options 07.25.2012
The first summer session of the Integrated Business Curriculum program through the University of Idaho’s College of Business and Economics holds students in an intense summer schedule but junior Spencer Schumacher said the condensed workload has its benefits.
Mesmerizing marimba 07.25.2012
The Zimbabwean Music Festival will come to the Inland Northwest for the first time in 21 years this August and give people around the Palouse a chance to dance to the melodies of Africa.
Bright ‘future’ for UI 07.25.2012
The University of Idaho received close to $2 million for the “Inspiring futures” fundraising campaign that began April 28.
Keys to success 07.25.2012
Leaving home and starting college can be an exciting new adventure, but it can also be more than a little frightening.
Health away from home 07.25.2012
Shannon Haselhuhn | UI Health Education Coordinator. There are many things to think about as you start your college career. What major you will choose, how you will find your classes, and who you are going to the football game with on Thursday night. While these are all important, let’s take a minute to […]
Unsuccessfully uncaring 07.25.2012
Apathy is a powerful political force. At first, it seems like a contradiction in terms. But one of the most powerful voting blocs in American politics today is the apolitical non-voter.
Think about it The theme song for Idaho football should be “Miss Independent” by Ne-Yo. Guess why. — Sean