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Police log

10.23.2014 – 10:51 pm |

Monday Oct., 20
1:03 p.m. 500 block North Washington St.
Report of a burglary at a residence. There was a broken window. A report was taken.
6:01 p.m. 400 block North Monroe St.
Code violation — report of a …

Sex and candy — Students get a talking to about safe(r) sex

10.23.2014 – 10:48 pm |

As the two-dozen students in the basement of the Wallace Residence Center unwrapped their Blow Pops Monday night, Erin Chapman, assistant professor in the University of Idaho School of Family and Consumer Sciences, began her …

Costumes, makeup and creativity — University of Idaho student club to host costume contest

10.23.2014 – 10:47 pm |

Well-done makeup can make a Halloween costume, and for students in the Virtual Design Society, the ability to take their costumes to the next level is all a part of going to college. 

Elections are coming

10.23.2014 – 10:23 pm |

Austin Karstetter chose to attend the University of Idaho for two main reasons: the Greek system and UI’s student government.

A plan for online ed

10.23.2014 – 10:20 pm |

An old real estate cliche should play a key role in the long-term future of online education at the University of Idaho, according to Terry Ratcliff, recently appointed executive director of distance and extended education.

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.

Walking for Candace

10.23.2014 – 10:17 pm |

Ryann Mata, a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, is one of many who knows someone who’s suffered or died from diabetes.
“My grandma’s two sisters have both died from diabetes,” she said. “They live in …

Granting new hope

10.23.2014 – 10:15 pm |

According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in every four women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime — a reason why October is National Domestic Violence Awareness.
“I had no idea that October …

Going green for the gold

10.23.2014 – 10:13 pm |

The University of Idaho hasn’t always been known for its sustainable efforts, but with a recent push for environmental awareness and a growing Sustainability Center, the university is gaining national recognition.

News briefs

10.20.2014 – 10:58 pm |

PCEI fundraiser
The Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute will host the 7th annual “Animals of the Night” educational fundraiser from 5-8 p.m. Friday, at the PCEI Nature Center.

Police log

10.20.2014 – 10:15 pm |

Friday October 17
12:21 a.m. North Main Street — Corner Club
Fight reported at the Corner Club. A report was taken.

Community cause

10.20.2014 – 10:14 pm |

Applications extended for Make a Difference Day
From carving pumpkins with senior citizens to planting trees, each year hundreds of University of Idaho students sign up for Make a Difference Day.

From athlete to activist

10.20.2014 – 10:13 pm |

Former NFL player, LGBTQA advocate Wade Davis to speak at UI
Few things, if any, would be more difficult for an NFL player than to  come out as gay to the general public. Former NFL football player Wade …

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 …

A fairytale ending

10.20.2014 – 10:00 pm |

Seniors Jacobsen, Pratt steal Homecoming royalty crowns
With the end of one Homecoming Weekend, comes the planning for the next.
University of Idaho junior Emily Rasch will plan Homecoming 2015 as the new Homecoming chair, after learning the ropes …

Most Vandalized fan

10.20.2014 – 9:52 pm |

Feminism takes the stage

10.20.2014 – 9:47 pm |

Auditions for ‘Any One Of Us’ to be held this weekend
For the last 12 years, the University of Idaho Women’s Center has put on the Vagina Monologues to celebrate V-Day, a global movement to stop …

Cooperating through health

10.20.2014 – 9:43 pm |

Vandal Health Coalition seeks student volunteers
After a yearlong break, the Vandal Health Coalition is returning in full force to strive for complete campus health and wellness, with a strong focus on diversity.

High school students and zombie bridges

10.17.2014 – 3:06 pm |

UI to hold Women’s Engineering Day
Only 18.4 percent of students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in engineering are women according to a 2011 study by Brian Yoder, the director of assessment, evaluation and institutional research for …

Students, skits and songs

10.17.2014 – 3:01 pm |

Students compete in UI’s Homecoming Jingle Contest
Students at the University of Idaho excel at mixing Vandal pride with outlandish enthusiasm, and it was proven once again at the Vandal Jingle Contest Wednesday night in the …

A glance at the Dean Of Students finalists

10.17.2014 – 11:15 am |

The finalists for the UI’s Dean of Students position, occupied by current DOS Bruce Pitman for over 40 years, have spoken to faculty and students over the past two weeks. Here’s a peek at what …

Hispanic history of Idaho

10.16.2014 – 10:59 pm |

Maria Gonzalez Mabbutt addresses Hispanic heritage in Idaho
The U.S. Census Bureau counted 60 people as the first official Hispanic residents of Idaho in 1870. Now, over 140 years later, nearly twice the number of Hispanic …

Geologic Map Day

10.16.2014 – 10:57 pm |

Idaho Geologic Survey maps more than rocks
They direct, explain and quantify — although most people don’t use them every day, maps are an integral tool in navigating the world.
National Geologic Map Day is a day …

Vandals fight hunger

10.16.2014 – 10:56 pm |

Homecoming food drive feeds the community
Each Homecoming Weekend campus erupts into a weeklong flurry of silver and gold as students and alumni converge in Moscow to celebrate the Vandal legacy. However, there is more to …

Dobson dictates Martin Forum

10.16.2014 – 10:54 pm |

Foreign policy author talks dictators, oppression leaders in Martin Forum
It’s not easy being a dictator these days, according to William Dobson, an author and foreign policy journalist and editor who spoke at Tuesday’s Martin Forum.
It …

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