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Matt Linehan followed his father’s footsteps in many ways
It was déjà vu for Scott Linehan.
UI parking system exists for a reason
Unfortunately, many people have experienced first-hand feelings of dread walking towards your car and glimpsing a yellow parking ticket on the window courtesy of University of Idaho Parking and …
Smoke ascended from the University of Idaho Steam Plant facility around 11:25 a.m. Tuesday, after a small fire ignited within the confines of the building. Shortly after 2 p.m., the fire situation concluded.
Four words: “We want to win.”
Kappa Alpha Theta to host philanthropy concert
Kappa Alpha Theta will support the nonprofit organization CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, by hosting a concert and block party at the University of Idaho from 6 p.m. …
Green Dot to hold first training session of the year
Most know the feeling of being a helpless bystander — watching someone get hurt or harassed and feeling powerless to do anything about it. However, it’s …
Protesting violence and assault
The annual Take Back the Night event gives the University of Idaho community a chance to come together and protest against all forms of violence and assault.
Defense dooms Vandals in loss to Western Michigan
An explosive showing by the Idaho offense wasn’t enough to down Western Michigan Saturday in the Kibbie Dome as the Broncos countered with some big plays of their …
New dean opens up, life and hobbies
Andrew Kersten, the new dean of University of Idaho’s College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, admits he’s a bit of a nerd.
Idaho improves to 4-6 overall, defeats BSU and Portland at home
Sometimes, good things take time.
Mark Schlereth, Jerry Kramer and Gus Johnson are just a few of the nationally known names residing in the Vandal Athletic Hall of Fame. Only the best athletes, coaches and contributors make it into the …
Vandal Alert update
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Students may update their personal infor- mation for VandalAlert at a table in the Idaho Commons. VandalAlert sends immediate notifications to students’ phones in the case of an emergency.
University of Idaho Faculty Senate Chair Marty Ytreberg wasted no time Tuesday addressing faculty member concerns about the university’s updated firearm policy.
At freshman orientation this year, University of Idaho Violence Prevention Coordinator Virginia Solan said she watched in awe as several incoming students stood up in Memorial Gym to affirm they’ve been affected by suicide in …
It’s fact — probably proven in a scientific study somewhere — football players receive an extra adrenalin boost when their home crowd is loud and full of energy.
Some students at the University of Idaho are too young to remember where they were or what they were doing during the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
It took a last minute, six-play, 73-yard drive for Louisiana-Monroe to score the game-winning touchdown and edge out Idaho, 38-31 Saturday in Monroe, Louisiana.
The Moscow School District delayed the start of their academic year for two weeks due to unfinished construction on school buildings. Moscow children returned to school Monday.
The final result may have been the same as the Vandals first four games of the season, but the Vandals and Broncos played a virtually even game on the field, albeit in a losing effort …
Anthony St. Claire, president of the Graduate and Professional Student Association, said he felt like the new kid on the block upon settling into his new leadership position.
The Evergreen Chapter of the ALS Association is hosting the sixth-annual Coeur d’Alene Walk to Defeat ALS at 10 a.m. Saturday, at Riverstone Park in Coeur d’Alene.
In junior high school, Meredith Coba picked up a volleyball and started hitting it against her garage door.
The University of Idaho and University of Florida agreed to not reschedule the football game cancelled last weekend in Gainesville, Florida, due to poor weather and unsafe field conditions.
Though only at the University of Idaho for less than three months, College of Law Dean Mark Adams said he is already working hard to contribute to the success of the college and its students.
What I’m about to say comes with a heavy heart. It’s not easy, the idea is vile, it’s disgusting and as a lifelong student, it’s treacherous on a level similar to Benedict Arnold.