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A close loss is a tough thing to overcome, and the Idaho men’s basketball team will have to do just that. In a back-and-forth affair with their rivals just west of the border, Washington State …
On Dec. 5, 1933, the 21st Amendment to the American Constitution was ratified. This amendment was in response to the 18th amendment, which prohibited the sale, transport and consumption of alcohol.
The University of Idaho’s ongoing formation of a new classification and compensation system is still in the process of implementation — as those working on the project continue to make progress and clarify the system …
University of Idaho graduate Ana Overgaard met U.S. memory champion Nelson Dellis by chance the summer of her sophomore year and joked that someone should make a documentary about him.
From serving as tribal liaison to mentoring students at the Native American Student Center, Arthur Taylor was known for always welcoming people with a smile.
At the end of every semester, students may find themselves with unwanted textbooks they were required to buy for their classes. There are a couple different options to help prevent these books from collecting dust …
An 8-year-old boy from Potlatch would like a new pair of jeans.
Coming off its biggest win of the season, a 67-39 thumping of Carroll College, the Idaho women’s basketball team is back on the road — a place its been six times in eight games already …
Hydrating the Palouse — City of Moscow investigates alternative water sources to offset, replace aquifer declines
The City of Moscow is investigating surface water alternatives due to a decline in the groundwater supplies of the Palouse Basin.
This weekend’s game might be the most important home game of the season for Idaho men’s basketball. The Vandals take on border rival Washington State at 7 p.m. on Saturday in the Cowan Spectrum in …
The first day of the U.S Short Course Nationals got underway Thursday in Knoxville, Tenn. Idaho competed in three events on the first day of the three-day meet, putting four swimmers in the water.
It might be ill-advised to compare the fan bases at Idaho and Washington State and the respective home atmospheres for the Vandal and Cougar basketball teams.
The University of Idaho College of Education has been awarded its best accreditation in 25 years by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
The eighth annual Palouse Cares Food Drive and Public Auction will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Eastside Marketplace in Moscow.
The City of Moscow and the Moscow School District revealed design plans for the Moscow School District Community Playfields at an open house on Nov. 21.
The Idaho football team let its best opportunity for a statement win slip through its fingers — literally. Two dropped passes in the end zone emphasized Idaho’s red zone futility and foreshadowed a loss to …
There were a lot of questions surrounding a young Idaho men’s basketball team entering the season. One of the questions was how the team would play in close games and how they would finish them.
For the first time in recent history, the Residence Hall Association will host a murder mystery dinner with a cast of 15-20 volunteer actors.
SHPE offers support to engineerimg students
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers — a student organization at the University of Idaho — has spent the past six years encouraging Hispanic students in engineering fields to …
Fifty-two points per game — that is how much the Florida State Seminoles score on offense, which is good for second-best in the nation. Many attribute this success to the rise of redshirt freshman quarterback …
There’s no doubt about it — Jameis Winston has ascended to royalty status at Florida State.
In the minutes leading up to what would eventually turn into an ACC mess with then No. 25 Maryland, an …
Last Sunday, University of Idaho’s Interfraternity Council elected executive board members for the coming year.
Hands-on science is coming to classrooms across Idaho through the Harmony Box project — an educational tool developed at the University of Idaho that allows elementary and high school students to get hands-on science education.
Caution: Social media — Employers look at social media before hiring, clean up your profile or be rejected
Facebook, the company that has spurred revolutions, changed the way we communicate daily and allowed once private information to be shared on a global scale.
There is one man on the University of Idaho campus who has seen tens of thousands of students, 10 UI presidents and more winning football seasons than most other Vandal fans can even imagine.