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April 8 may seem like a random date on the calendar, but to the University of Idaho Women’s Center, it is the physical representation of the wage gap between women and men.
On the afternoon of April 2, I was walking to the library and ran into a group of students who were carrying Nerf guns, and had broken up into two teams. They were pursuing and, …
Going tobacco free
Following a recommendation from the University of Idaho Tobacco Task Force, UI is on track to become a tobacco-free campus effective Aug. 24, 2015.
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.
Just more than a month ago, potential legal problems came to the attention of the Latah County Board of Commissioners concerning the county’s Non-Indigent Public Assistance Program.
The Doceo Center for Innovation + Learning recently opened at the University of Idaho to provide future teachers with technology training, integrate technology into K-12 classrooms and share research.
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 spring 2014 semester at the University of Idaho has seen several critical issues debated across campus — from changes in the tobacco policy to whether or not students should be allowed to carry concealed …
Getting technical for education — Students in Engineers Without Borders work to bring drinking water, irrigation to Bolivian village
Members of the University of Idaho Engineers Without Borders raised about $600 toward their work on developing clean water access in a Bolivian village during their Wednesday donut sale fundraiser.
Studying beginnings of print — UI Special Collections and Archives head Garth Reese selected for academic seminar
Garth Reese, head of special collections at the University of Idaho Library, was selected to be a participant in an academic seminar hosted by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) this summer.
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.
ASUI passes resolutions
The ASUI Senate passed a pair of resolutions at Wednesday’s meeting — one in favor of a Statement of Student Values to be included in the student handbook, and a second in favor …
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 …
Vandalizing poverty — University of Idaho club joins mission to end global poverty, aims to send students abroad
University of Idaho sophomores Hunter Howell and Hailey Lewis said they had never dedicated themselves to a cause from the grassroots up, and what they had done was shown themselves to be leaders among their …
The University of Idaho Counseling and Testing Center provided students with self-assessments measuring alcohol consumption for National Alcohol Screening Day Thursday.
Don’t be offended if a friend or colleague chooses not to speak to you today.
Priya Satia, an associate professor of modern British history at Stanford University, spoke Tuesday night about the development of modern wartime tactics in the Middle East during World War I, as part of the 66th …
Trouble once again spawned for the Moscow Community Playfields Project, when bids for the construction of the district-owned property came in much higher than what city officials anticipated.
Wilderness Act still going strong — Environmental Law Society sponsors two events for 50th anniversary
The Environmental Law Society will host a panel at 4 p.m. April 10 called “Wilderness at 50: Past, Present, and Future,” as a tag-on event to a 7 pm. showing at the Kenworthy Performing Arts …
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 …
The Vandal Health Education Office will table the Health Hut April 16 in the Idaho Commons, as part of the Get Yourself Tested campaign to spread awareness of the importance of STD testing.
Jason Barnes, assistant professor of physics, has found waves on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan — the first waves found anywhere besides Earth.
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.
40 years a Vandal — Dean of Students Bruce Pitman announces plans to retire next fall after replacement is named
When Dean of Students Bruce Pitman arrived in Moscow as the University of Idaho Greek Adviser in 1973, the drinking age in Idaho was 19, the Kibbie Dome wasn’t yet a dome, the pedestrian-only streets …