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The University of Idaho football team lost to the Troy University Trojans in a 34-17 defeat Saturday. Head Coach Petrino blamed himself for the loss and said the Vandals played like last year’s team.
Campus Dietitian Marissa Rudley and Events Coordinator Amaya Amigo discuss the benefits of Vandalizing the Kitchen, a free cooking class designed for students and student budgets.
Inspirational speaker, author and first generation college graduate Angel Flores speaks to faculty and students at the University of Idaho on Oct. 27 about “Inspiring and Supporting Our First-Generation Students.”
An overview of this year’s Tubaween, an exciting event filled with music, dance and costumes.
Robin Hood exists, and he steals from the rich to give to the poor. He also helps The Doctor uncover a plot – once again involving robots – that has to do with gold.
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A tall, wooden cone reaches to the skylight in the corner of the Art and Architecture South studio. A small building model lies on the floor of its
dimly lit interior.
BSU Professor Karen Bubb talks about her design workshop held in the 1912 Center on Oct. 28. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Bubb taught a semester’s worth of material for the first time in …
In March, UI President M. Duane Nellis announced he would be leaving the university for the presidency at Texas Tech, leaving UI in a state of interim. Follow The Argonaut here for coverage of the search for the next UI president from start to finish.
Maria Hinojosa visited the Idaho campus last Wednesday. She spoke to students about the importance of diversity and Latino Heritage Month. After the talk, the floor was opened up to a question and answer session …
Last Wednesday, the Moscow Police Department hosted the 4th annual Drinking with the Cops. This event designed to show students the effects of alcohol and what it does to a person’s body.
The Moscow Police Department will hold the fourth annual Drinking with the Cops at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Union Building Ballroom.
Vandal alumni recently developed a new social media app, iShoutOut. As their marketing team, Vandal Solutions held a competition between Greek chapters—whichever had the most downloads received a cash prize of $300. Alpha Phi sorority …
On Friday, Oct. 11, Normal Hill hosted the fourth annual Zombie Walk and Carnival in support of Habitat for Humanity. Children and adults dressed up, played games and won zombie related prizes. Volunteers from the …
On October 9, the members of the BASK Art Collective — a professional collaboration of four women — hosted a workshop for students and University of Idaho employees. The participants came together to explore themes …
Alpha Gamma Delta hosted its second annual walk to cure juvenile diabetes Saturday. Candace Riley, a 13-year-old Moscow resident diagnosed with juvenile diabetes, is the face of the event and worked closely with AGD philanthropy …
Jim Martinez, chair of the Homecoming Committee, and Tyler Tennison, Homecoming Committee alumni relations chair, share their story behind their decision to get involved in the Homecoming Committee this year. Here they talk about what …