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Enrollment down

10.23.2014 – 10:19 pm |

For the third year in a row, total student enrollment for fall semester is down, the University of Idaho reported Thursday.

Greet with treats

10.20.2014 – 10:12 pm |

Theophilus Tower opens its doors to trick-or-treaters
College students are not too old to dress up for Halloween, said Alyssa Hudson, a University of Idaho freshman who plans to dress up and give candy to local Moscow …

What happens in Vegas

10.16.2014 – 10:36 pm |

 Five tight-knit UI alumni return to Moscow for Homecoming after 30 years of  Las Vegas
There is one word that best sums up 30 years of tradition — loyalty.
“That’s the word I’d use to describe our …

Just married

10.13.2014 – 10:32 pm |

Moscow same-sex couples celebrate their marriage
University of Idaho College of Law Associate Dean Jeff Dodge said as soon as he heard the U.S. Supreme Court had lifted the stay on same-sex marriage in Idaho, he couldn’t …

‘Changing a culture’

10.09.2014 – 10:38 pm |

Greek community adapts to new DOS policies
It was a spontaneous event at the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity house on Sept. 5 that attracted a group of party crashers.
When confronted and asked to leave, the unwelcomed men …

Pullman goes green

10.06.2014 – 10:02 pm |

Pullman’s first retail marijuana store opens its doors
MJ’s Pot Shop, Pullman’s first marijuana retail store, opened Saturday quietly and without fanfare. Approximately 20 people gathered outside before opening, hoping to be among the first to try one …

Welcoming Wappett

10.02.2014 – 10:35 pm |

New co-director of the Confucius Institute provides fresh perspective
Matthew Wappett is a University of Idaho faculty member who, after eight years on campus, decided to shatter a misconception harbored by his students and colleagues.

Patty’s: waiting on weather

09.29.2014 – 10:37 pm |

Patty’s Mexican Kitchen to stay open until mid November
Two University of Idaho students clad in matching sorority sweaters share a smothered burrito. A young couple enjoys chips and salsa while rocking their baby in a …

It’s a family thing

09.25.2014 – 10:32 pm |

Mike Marboe is third generation Marboe to suit up for Idaho
Scott Marboe couldn’t help but tear up when he watched his son’s first collegiate football game.
“I’m a pretty emotional guy,” he said. “It was …

Inaugurating Staben

09.22.2014 – 10:50 pm |

UI community welcomes Staben with tradition and ceremony

Although steeped in tradition, University of Idaho President Chuck Staben’s inauguration felt more like a celebration Friday afternoon.
“Today is really a pep rally for the university,” Staben said, …

Paying for permits

09.18.2014 – 9:29 pm |

Parking and Transportation Services use ticket and permit revenue to improve campus
First-year student Aimee Sword hoped for the best on her first day at the University of Idaho — she didn’t expect perfection, but wanted …

Motivating men

09.15.2014 – 10:14 pm |

Helping men change rape culture
Keith Edwards, a campus speaker and educator, will host the upcoming Katy Benoit Safety Forum with his presentation, titled “Men Ending Rape: a social change approach to violence prevention,” at 7 …

Vandals make ‘dome’ debut

09.11.2014 – 9:46 pm |

The Kibbie Dome has never looked so good.
After two consecutive weeks with weather related problems, Mother Nature can’t affect this weekend’s game. Idaho makes its 2014 home debut against Western Michigan 2 p.m., Saturday inside …

Remembering 9/11

09.08.2014 – 10:26 pm |

Avery Wolf doesn’t remember much about her fifth birthday.
“I think I was in kindergarten, maybe I was like in morning kindergarten, I don’t remember school that day really,” Wolf said, who is a 17-year-old University …

Vandals get drenched for ALS

09.04.2014 – 11:42 pm |

Donate, or freeze? Millions of people have contemplated those two choices over the last few months, following nomination into the popular philanthropy effort known as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

Staben favors tobacco ban

09.02.2014 – 10:17 pm |

University of Idaho President Chuck Staben said he favors the UI Tobacco Task Force recommendation to implement a tobacco-free campus policy to go into effect fall 2015.

Perch problems — Local business denied permission to pour alcoholic beverages

08.28.2014 – 10:32 pm |

Weekend nights might be a little quieter at The Perch this fall — for the time being.
By a unanimous decision, the Moscow City Council opted to not send a waiver letter to the state of …

Know your rights

08.25.2014 – 10:19 pm |

The University of Idaho recently updated its firearms policy to reflect the new Idaho law that mandates all public higher education institutions in the state to allow retired law enforcement officers and persons with an …

Flooding the Palouse

08.21.2014 – 10:53 pm |

About 11,000 students flooded the University of Idaho campus this week to move into residence halls, Greek houses and off-campus housing for the upcoming school year — turning a dormant town into a thunderous one.

Campus firearm law – Prep for the coming school year and campus firearms

07.22.2014 – 10:01 pm |

Firearms are allowed on Idaho campuses as of July 1, 2014. Come fall, campus is going to be just the same as it was last spring or the fall before that.

Football early look – Vandals are set to play the Florida Gators in first week of season

07.08.2014 – 8:02 pm |

When the sun starts to set on the late summer evening of Aug. 30 in Gainesville, Fla., the Vandal football team, will enter the toughest environment it will see in the 2014 season. It will …

Skiing in June? — Summer skiing session in Beartooth Basin

06.24.2014 – 7:56 pm |

For most people summer skiing sounds like an oxymoron, a fevered dream, the result of too many days spent smelling your own ski socks. Contrary to popular opinion though, summer skiing is here in the …

Adventures in your backyard – Fight summer boredom with these adventures

06.10.2014 – 7:42 pm |

Moscow in the summer can feel like a class you showed up too early for. Once-filled dorms are empty, busy walkways are now quiet and the midnight population of Main Street has decreased significantly. As …

Gone Squatchin’ – Sasquatch! Music festival delivers music for all to enjoy

05.29.2014 – 4:27 pm |
Gone Squatchin’ – Sasquatch! Music festival delivers music for all to enjoy

Sasquatch! Music Festival proved a phenomenal kick start to the summer of 2014. The experience sped by in a blur of excellent performances, memorable encounters with concertgoers and a rash of hedonistic activity in the …

Looking abroad

05.08.2014 – 10:56 pm |

Jim Martinez didn’t know it at the time, but a study abroad trip to Southern Brazil in high school would lead him to the University of Idaho. 

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