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Quinton Bradley heard the chirping and boasting. The Idaho offense, which went for over 1,000 yards offensively in the second scrimmage, let their confidence be known to the defense before hitting the Kibbie Dome field …
With the home crowd and teammates cheering her on, senior Almudena Sanz fought back after being down one set. She prevailed in the final match of the day to break a 3-3 tie, as the …
With the last chance to gain confidence before the WAC Championships, the Idaho men’s golf team competed in the El Macero Classic in El Macero, Calif.
The Theophilus Tower lawn has been littered with hundreds of bins and tables in August, for the past five years.
Future University of Idaho students had a chance to experience campus life for a day or two at Vandal Friday last week.
Kite sports are considered to be some of the most extreme of the extreme sports, according to Daniel Joseph Zenner, a faculty member in the Department of Movement Sciences at the University of Idaho. Although …
It’s not uncommon to see a small group of University of Idaho students sitting on the Administration lawn puffing cigarettes, or a classmate with chewing tobacco tucked under their bottom-lip… for now.
Coming off an impressive victory over North Idaho College, the Vandal soccer team is looking to their next spring doubleheader and it is a big one. Not only do they face rival Boise State, but …
Vicky Lozano had no intention to play college tennis. Her plan was to play professionally and she hadn’t given much thought to attending a university in the U.S., let alone in Idaho.
A necessary evil — Security expert speaks about the need for intelligence agencies despite negative coverage
Global security expert, Frederick Flietz, began his speech — “Spying and Leaks at Home and Abroad: The NSA, CIA, and Edward Snowden” — by refusing to reveal any information not previously leaked by Edward Snowden.
The track is ready, the teams are set and the Red Bull Chariot Race, one of the biggest events during University of Idaho’s Greek Week, is about to begin.
According to public health surveys conducted by the Center for Disease Control, 52 percent of men and 34 percent of women smoked cigarettes in 1960. Just decades ago, smoking was common in restaurants, movie theaters …
The University of Idaho Student Health Services will temporarily move offices starting May 15, in order to allow for the current building to be re-piped.
The Idaho women’s tennis team went 2-1 over the weekend, improving its record to 16-4 on the season.
Welcome back, Quayshawne – With Buckley returning for one more year, this defensive line unit could be a force in Sun Belt
Talk about some good unexpected news to come from the Idaho football team.
It was announced last week that senior defensive tackle Quayshawne Buckley was rejoining the team.
Sometimes, silence is louder than words — especially when you are in your 20s and have every vessel of communication imaginable at your disposal. However, this is not one of those times.
After another disappointing road trip, the Vandal men’s tennis team had some time to lick their wounds — both literally and figuratively before hitting the road to face rival Boise State on Friday.
Another fresh start for T&F – After 23 individual victories, the team splits for meets in Arizona and Spokane
In its first full outdoor competition of the season, the Idaho track and field team went to Spokane and collected 23 individual victories at the Sam Adams Classic at Whitworth College.
University of Idaho students may see an additional scholarship offer on VandalWeb this month due to a near 5 percent increase of privately funded scholarships, Executive Director for Planning and Budget Keith Ickes said.
As the temperature creeps up in Moscow and the sun begins to make more frequent appearances, students tend to celebrate by walking to class instead of driving, playing ultimate on the Administration Building lawn and …
The Student Bar Association at the University of Idaho law school, recently held elections for new officers for the executive board. Six positions were vacant: president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, sergeant-at-arms and Boise vice president …
A healthy helping of Indian cuisine and traditional song and dance are just a few highlights of the 2014 India Night at the University of Idaho, presented by the Indian Students Association of UI.
The school year is beginning to wind down and many people are either getting ready to enjoy the summer or are getting ready to graduate. This includes many of the athletes within the Idaho athletic …
Breaking records, not the bank — Residents across the Palouse come together for fundraiser, world record attempt
The city of Moscow is looking to earn its place in “The Guinness Book of World Records” at the end of April.
Chase is a 10-year-old boy living in Moscow, with a brain tumor near his optic nerve that makes him blind in one eye and is causing him to lose vision in the other.