The Vandal club men’s lacrosse team ended its season Saturday in a tightly contested game against the Boise State Broncos, losing 23-15.
Despite losses, women’s golf headed in right direction–Vandals bounce back in 2013, finish strong in WAC Tournament despite the losses of 2012 leaders Mortellaro and Poplawski 04.29.2013
A year after losing two of the most talented golfers to come through the University of Idaho, the Vandal women’s golf team is still going strong, shown by the young team’s fifth-place finish at the WAC Championship last week.
Double-duty weekend–Three Vandals compete at Payton Jordan in Palo Alto, others make short trip to Spokane for Friday’s Duane Hartman Invitational 04.29.2013
For the second straight week, an Idaho track and field record has fallen. This time, it was Ugis Svazs’ javelin toss of 240 feet, 7 inches that broke the school record Saturday at the Duane Hartman Invitational. The previous school record was set in 1996 by Oscar Duncan.
Athletes of the week 04.29.2013
Rachel Choi — women’s golf The Idaho women’s golf team competed at the WAC Champ- ionship Tourn-ament, finishing fifth overall in the tourn-ament with three golfers finishing in the top 20.
Decent end to a decent season 04.29.2013
The Idaho women’s tennis team, fifth-seeded underdogs at the conference tournament, saw its Western Athletic Championship dreams crushed Friday with a 4-0 loss to top-seeded hosts Denver in the semifinals.
Mile-high bummer 04.29.2013
One of the most prolific seasons in Idaho men’s tennis history came to an abrupt end this past weekend. The No. 2 seed Vandals fell to No. 1-seeded Denver 4-0 in the championship match of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament Sunday in Denver.
The drive from Moscow to Boise can be long, boring and at one point may involve getting stuck behind a truck or two. Biking the road from Moscow to Boise however, is an entirely different experience — one the men of Delta Sigma Phi are more than familiar with thanks to their annual “Bike to […]
A day to celebrate the future — Moscow celebrates Arbor Day by planting trees, informing the public of the benefits of trees 04.29.2013
Trees offer many values to society, both financially and psychologically, said David Rauk of the Moscow Tree Commission while addressing citizens April 26 for Arbor Day.
Paneling on the planet – Green lunches talks about sustainability issues, impact of consumer behavior 04.29.2013
Policy-making may provide the most notable progress for sustainability issues, but according to the consultants at the Green Lunches panel hosted by the University of Idaho Sustainability Center April 24, people can make a significant impact through their daily use of dollars.
Imagine being one of the 57 million persons in the United States with mental illness. Imagine the struggle or inability to function in home life, jobs and personal relationships.
Immigration: More than statistics 04.29.2013
Every year the United States government says it will look at its immigration policy and make major changes, and every year it pushes immigration reform back, said Jesse Martinez, the adviser for Movimiento Activista Social. “This year it is actually happening,” he said.
In brief 04.30.13 04.29.2013
Student dies during weekend A member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound sometime between Thursday night and Friday afternoon.
Police log 04.29.13 04.29.2013
Monday, April 22 1:43 p.m. 2470 West Pullman Rd., Walmart: Caller was out of gas and requested assistance.
Baseball Now that baseball is back in full swing, I don’t miss my Vandal sports as much. The Red Sox are helping fill the void.
Most people go to a library to read books and magazines, but University of Idaho students will get the chance to create a magazine of their own.
The space in the University of Idaho Commons being used as offices for the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences will continue to be used as a swing space as other offices undergo renovations, despite student’s hopes to use it as a student lounge.
More than Thrift Shop 04.29.2013
It would be an understatement to say that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have hit it big in the past eight months, topping Billboard charts and iTunes lists left and right while also gathering a large social media following on the web.
For $1,800 one lucky person could be the new owner of the iconic Vandalance that is currently owned by former members of Delta Chi fraternity.
Committed leadership needed – While UI looks to fill multiple administrative positions, students should voice their needs 04.29.2013
After the eraser dust settles and final exams are over, many students will leave the University of Idaho campus to embark on summer adventures. While students are preoccupied with jobs and vacations, decisions will be made at the university that will impact the rest of their academic careers.
Volleyball finishes spring slate strong — Idaho hosts Eastern Washington in spring finale 04.29.2013
The Idaho volleyball team finished its spring season strong with a 2-1 victory against Eastern Washington on Saturday in Memorial Gym.
KUOI News — Monday April 29, 2013 04.28.2013
A Mormon-turned-atheist sat down to discuss the daily struggles of radically changing your worldview, a recap of the final outing of the spring preseason for Vandal volleyball, VandalNation’s tweets of the week, Cat Week continues as we go inside the Humane Society of the Palouse, a recipe for homemade cat food, Brian Marceau compares our voyeurism when it comes […]
KUOI News — Friday April 26, 2013 04.26.2013
The reaction to the tuition hike approved for next year, University of Idaho engineers prepare for this year’s Engineering Design Expo, a new element of the go green movement called up-cycling, the results of women’s golf’s performance at the WAC tournament, a preview of Vandal track and field’s two meets this upcoming weekend, and a profile of Idaho’s pole vaulters […]
After the craziest weekend of track and field the Vandals faced all season, the teams are back in action with two more meets this weekend. Last weekend the Vandals broke school, conference and personal records in a four-meet weekend in Southern California and Washington.
As college students we have enough responsibilities. For me, it’s taking classes, working a part-time job and spending more time on the student newspaper than I should.
Kitties come, kitties go — Humane Society sees spike in number of kittens during spring season 04.25.2013
This is the time of year the Humane Society of the Palouse sees a lot of kittens.