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Freaking out for FreakNight

09.23.2014 – 12:44 am |

FreakNight traveling circus visits Pullman

Usually University of Idaho students study or take it easy on Wednesday nights, but this week, there is something a little freaky going on.

Senate and president clash

09.22.2014 – 11:56 pm |

Internal disagreement postpones ASUI senate selections
The friction between lawmakers in politics is a common and expected theme, and this doesn’t exclude itself from ASUI.
Last week, ASUI President Nate Fisher debated senators over which candidates were …

ASUI retreat bonds leaders

09.22.2014 – 11:23 pm |

UI student leaders participate in ASUI retreat

In an effort to heighten team connectivity and strategize the best way to serve students, executive and senate members of ASUI held their annual retreat for several hours Sept. …

Busy bee wins IWAC

09.22.2014 – 11:13 pm |

Between upper level art classes, college volleyball and a bustling social life, it’s hard to believe Jessica Hastriter found the time to create a contest-winning logo for the Idaho Washington Aquifer Collaborative (IWAC).
“It’s not easy …

Long to speak

09.22.2014 – 10:55 pm |

DOS finalist Jeffrey Long to visit campus Thursday

The first of four finalists in the national search for the next University of Idaho vice provost for Student Affairs and dean of students, Jeffrey Long, will speak …

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, …

Firing off questions

09.22.2014 – 9:18 pm |

Wednesday’s gun policy open forum yields student concern
Over 30 students attended the gun policy open forum last Wednesday, and attendees were quick to question the issues of how concealed carry was defined, how students should …

A community fundraiser

09.22.2014 – 9:00 pm |

Kenworthy to host annual gala
For one night this week, Moscow residents will have the opportunity to dress up, drink champagne and listen to jazz while bidding on items to support a local theater. 

Open air, Palouse flair

09.19.2014 – 12:15 am |

Moscow celebrates outdoor painters at annual Palouse Plein Air
Outdoor painting is harder than it looks — shadows, weather and changes to the subject or its environment all come into play in ways not seen in …

Tickets are preventable

09.18.2014 – 9:50 pm |

UI parking system exists for a reason
Unfortunately, many people have experienced first-hand feelings of dread walking towards your car and glimpsing a yellow parking ticket on the window courtesy of University of Idaho Parking and …

Fire at UI steam plant

09.18.2014 – 9:30 pm |

Smoke ascended from the University of Idaho Steam Plant facility around 11:25 a.m. Tuesday, after a small fire ignited within the confines of the building. Shortly after 2 p.m., the fire situation concluded.

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 …

Enriching enrollment office

09.18.2014 – 9:26 pm |

Peeling tiles, faded parking signs and dust webs in corners — it’s clear to some University of Idaho administrators that the Student Union Building may not leave the best impression on a prospective student.

Reducing rape

09.18.2014 – 9:25 pm |
Reducing rape

Students and administrators alike gathered in the Student Union Building Vandal Ballroom Tuesday night for an evening of enlightenment and empowerment.

Gathering ambassadors

09.18.2014 – 9:20 pm |

Students to represent UI at annual Legislative Breakfast
University of Idaho students will do more than drink coffee and eat finger foods this year at the 2015 Legislative Breakfast. A select group of students will travel …

Winter of service

09.18.2014 – 9:19 pm |

Students will volunteer in six national and international locations during winter break
While most students head home to spend time with their family and friends during winter and spring breaks, University of Idaho junior Jessica Darney …

Rock the CASA to rock UI

09.18.2014 – 9:15 pm |

Kappa Alpha Theta to host philanthropy concert
Kappa Alpha Theta will support the nonprofit organization CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, by hosting a concert and block party at the University of Idaho from 6 p.m. …

FLAME reignites

09.18.2014 – 9:11 pm |

New club aims to spread the word about feminism
When some people hear the word “feminism,” they immediately cringe and shut down. 

Forging theatrical talent

09.17.2014 – 5:04 pm |

The Forge first opened at the University of Idaho as a site for crafting metal, and after today, the repurposed building will be a performance space for testing the mettle of playwrights, directors and performers …

Get your Green Dot on

09.15.2014 – 10:15 pm |

Green Dot to hold first training session of the year
Most know the feeling of being a helpless bystander — watching someone get hurt or harassed and feeling powerless to do anything about it. However, it’s …

Taking back the night

09.15.2014 – 10:14 pm |

Protesting violence and assault
The annual Take Back the Night event gives the University of Idaho community a chance to come together and protest against all forms of violence and assault.

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 …

Mitchell takes Moscow

09.15.2014 – 10:11 pm |

U.S. Senate candidate Nels Mitchell talks policy
In preparation for U.S. Senate elections on Nov. 14, Idaho’s Democratic nominee Nels Mitchell visited Moscow on Sept. 11 and 12 to meet with Community members at the Latah …

UI law school hosts Hobby Lobby debate

09.15.2014 – 10:08 pm |

UI law professor debates Liberty Institute litigator on SCOTUS decision
The University of Idaho College of Law held a debate last Thursday regarding the 5-4 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that allows …

Plate tectonics on Europa

09.15.2014 – 10:06 pm |

UI scientists’ geological discovery indicates possible habitable world
Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, may be closer to being habitable than most planets in the solar system. 

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