Article Archive for September 2012
Students run to the finish at Nearly Naked Dash, hosted by Vandal REPS, Wednesday on the Theophilus Tower lawn.
Daniel Orozco, University of Idaho English professor and recent winner of the fifth William Saroyan International Prize for Writing, read from his untitled novel-in-progress Wednesday at BookPeople.
Student grant applications, which could award up to $3,000, are due to the University of Idaho Sustainability Center Oct. 2.
There’s no rest for the weary. For the last three weeks out of four, the Idaho football team is forced to hit the road, this time to the east coast to face the North Carolina …
Moore booted from WSU basketball team
Washington State men’s basketball coach Ken Bone announced Monday that guard Reggie Moore was dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules.
“Reggie has been an important part of …
NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati presented “Looking Homeward Toward Earth: The Power of Perspective,” Wednesday in the University of Idaho College of Law courtroom.
Texas State took the match to its limit in its first WAC contest against Idaho Thursday night, but it was the Vandals who emerged victorious, downing the Bobcats in five sets.
Wellness Fair to house 30 vendors
The Latah County Health and Wellness Fair will be Oct. 4.
There have been glimmers of brilliance and periods of promise.
You are a pribbling, gorebellied, motley-minded, flap dragon mugger hugger.
This column is the second in a series on the function and purpose of sex.
It’s fall already? If it starts snowing, I might just freak out.
The University of Idaho is home to more than 20 club sports teams ranging from men’s volleyball and water polo to rodeo and rugby. The University of Idaho Horse Polo and Ultimate Frisbee teams are …
The “Silent Witness” silhouettes have stood solemnly at various locations on campus starting Sept. 19 to illustrate the stories of 40 victims of abuse and bringing attention to the campus-wide effort to stop violence.
The 50 Shades of Grey trilogy has set the record for the fastest selling book of all time. The Hunger Games trilogy has sold more than 23.5 million books in the U.S alone. Yet, teenagers …
On Wednesday the Career Center, sponsored by Student Affairs, held the discussion panel, Greek Careers: “Greek Life After College.”
The Vandals get into the heart of their schedule this week as the men’s and women’s cross country teams race in the Dellinger Invitational at Eugene, Ore., Saturday.
The Idaho Vandals women’s golf team was back on the links for the third straight week, as they continue to improve their game.
The last day of summer has come and gone, pushing us into the first week of fall — my favorite season. The days are getting shorter and time seems to be slowing down. Crisp air, …
Electing to have four of their golfers head down to Boise this week, the Idaho Vandals men’s golf team competed and had decent success at the Dash Thomas Memorial.
Whole new WAC world — Vandal soccer faces new WAC members Texas State and Texas-San Antonio, opens conference play
If Hollywood has taught us anything, it’s that there’s always a happy ending after the rough road.
R&B/Soul singer Allen Stone has turned down big bucks from record labels to seek more appreciative audiences.
Libra 9/23 – 10/22
Yes, it’s getting cold outside. No, don’t pull out the Uggs.
Sometime between Friday night and Monday afternoon, three silhouettes for the Silent Witnesses project that have been on campus since last Wednesday were stolen. Two silhouettes with their stands were taken, one in front of …
Nine cities, six countries equal new students — UI recruitment in South America begins for the first time
Two University of Idaho employees are in South America for a three-week recruitment cycle.