Article Archive for February 2013
Sparked by a Facebook post on the Tower Confession page, University of Idaho Tower Resident Assistants were investigated by the Dean of Students office concerning a claim of sexual misconduct.
Homeless families in the Moscow-Pullman area are all but invisible, but Bruce Pitman said the problem most definitely isn’t.
Nine artists presented their work at the Prichard Art Gallery, which usually houses paintings, photography and architecture. But Thursday, these artists only had 20 seconds to impress, as they shared quick-hit art in the Japanese …
Peter Crabb said consumers may not know what’s behind the high prices at many local stores they shop at.
For the past three years Von P. Walden has been part of a team conducting research in the ice covered country of Greenland. Walden and his team are trying to find a correlation between clouds …
40 Years of cooperation — Annual Taste of Palouse helps celebrate 40 years, Co-Op establishes relationship with local producers
As the Moscow Food Co-Op celebrates 40 years of existence, local producers will come together March 2 and 9 to share their products for the fifth annual Taste of the Palouse.
Moscow police officers are devoted to making the community a safe environment, no matter what each day in the line of duty might bring.
Jon Treasure and Ricardo Sanchez were announced as the recipients of the Avista Waters of the West Scholarship Feb. 22.
Applying to graduate school is stressful, but being prepared for the Graduate Records Examination makes the process easier, said Steve Saladin, a license psychologist at the University of Idaho Counseling and Testing Center.
The University of Idaho currently has multiple surveillance systems, but Dan Ewart, chief information officer for Information Technology Services, said they are without unified standards and regulations.
With the thousands of social media sites and apps being launched, it’s easy to miss a good one or two. Check out the app “Vine.” It’s better than most things out there.
Forgoing forced affection — Putting body ownership into action lays foundation for healthy relationships
This is the third article in a series on peaceful parenting. Read the first and second.
Children need to develop a healthy sense of body ownership. It lays the foundation for positive boundaries that can …
Yesterday, Joseph Ratzinger, more commonly known as Pope Benedict XVI, officially stepped down as pope. This man’s legacy, built on pedophile protectionism, is best illustrated by the juxtaposing treatment he has given to Cardinal Keith …
Taking part in experiences that focus on learning about and interacting with people who come from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds is a chance to become better members of the communities we live in.
I hate running. I never do it unless I absolutely have to — catching planes and getting to class on time would be the only times I ever run. I’ve also wanted to take part …
With the growing popularity of super hero movies, a wider group of individuals are becoming interested in the source material — comic books.
While the demographics of comic readership covers many ranges of gender, race and …
After a come-from-behind victory to end a marathon match against Nevada, Idaho women’s tennis hopes to keep the momentum going in Bozeman, Mont., this weekend against Montana, Montana State and the University of New Mexico.
The Idaho men’s tennis team will enter its two matches Saturday in Missoula with a top-75 ranking and an undefeated record to protect.
In the weeks leading up to spring football practice we’re going to be examining each position group and size up the competition for starting spots. For the full recaps, including analysis of the incoming freshman …
Men’s tennis team ranked No. 57 nationally by ITA, holding undefeated record
After cruising to season victories number eight and nine, the Idaho men’s tennis team broke into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Team rankings and …
Another night, another second half that saw Idaho watch another victory slip away. A 74-56 loss at Texas-San Antonio drops the Vandals to 5-11 in WAC play with only two games remaining before the conference …
The Student Union Building ballroom never sounds or smells better than it does during the annual Cruise the World event, this year occurring on Saturday, Denise Kauffman said.
UI will add another fraternity next fall, the VandalStore looks to make textbooks more affordable for students, Highway 95 renovation debate continues, Our View on the city of Moscow’s decision to nix an affordable …
The Idaho Transportation Department listed public safety as its number one reason for improving U.S. Highway 95.
The University of Idaho Information Technology Services Help Desk, along with Student Computing Services, now offers a software hosting service called VLab to UI students.