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Representation in regents — ASUI supports formation of representative boards for each of Idaho’s public universities
In a resolution sent to University of Idaho administration and state legislators, ASUI declared the need for an institutional Board of Regents to supplement student representation at the state level.
BOISE — A second-year law school program in Boise and a 2 percent salary increase were granted to the University of Idaho following the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee meeting Thursday.
ASUI President Max Cowan said students expect more from their education at the University of Idaho than just the piece of paper at the finish line.
In his first move as University of Idaho President, Chuck Staben has announced the university will ask the Idaho State Board of Education for a 4.7 percent increase in undergraduate tuition and fees.
BOISE – Senate Bill 1254, allowing concealed weapons on state public university and college campuses, passed through the full House by a 50-19 vote Thursday — following almost an hour and a half debate.
As the dust settles following the inauguration of new University of Idaho president Chuck Staben, many are eager to acquaint themselves with the man who now runs the university.
According to ASUI Vice President Taylor Williams, …
ASUI Sen. Carlie Beasley spent her freshman year in Wallace, and Sen. Austin Karstetter is a brother of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, but both first-term senators ran on the same platform and have worked …
The University of Idaho College of Law and College of Business and Economics are teaming up to provide free tax help for qualifying UI students and the Moscow community, courtesy of the Volunteer Income Tax …
A typical Moscow City Council meeting is overwrought with city business. While Monday’s meeting was similarly business-related, the Council set aside time for a more pleasurable duty: recognizing the work of Moscow Police Chief David …
Discussion delays disciplinary vote — Student Code of Conduct draft sparks debate in faculty senate meeting
Members of the faculty senate decided to postpone a vote on changes to the new disciplinary review process for alleged violations of the student code of conduct Tuesday.
Anchor Splash, an annual fundraising campaign hosted by Delta Gamma Sorority, began Wednesday at the University of Idaho with games, synchronized swimming and food on the itinerary.
This year’s activities include “Most Beautiful Eyes,” a game …
In the University of Idaho Vandalizing the Kitchen cooking class Feb. 26, UI Campus Dietitian Marissa Rudley talked about ways to make sweet treats healthier.
Save now, spend later— It’s always easier to spend money than save money, so here are a few tips to help manage spending
Saving money is never an easy thing to do. Here are some tips for saving up before enjoying the spring break. Remember, the ability to stockpile cash is driven by willpower since there are a …
When no one wanted to be officers of the University of Idaho Climbing Club, Kevin Townsley and Andrew Harmon became the president and vice president of the club.
Senate Bill 1254 passes house committee Friday
BOISE — Senate Bill 1254, the hot-button bill that would allow concealed firearm carry on state university and college campuses, passed with an 11-3 vote in the House State …
Interim President Don Burnett approved a policy change to expand the jurisdiction of the student code of conduct to include off-campus behavior on Dec. 30. In addition to the approval, the signing statement said the …
One student has already taken up University of Idaho President Chuck Staben’s challenge to a friendly racquetball match.
Miles Hendrix once stripped down to his underwear in the middle of class to make a point, while giving a speech about being a nudist.
Making the Market — Moscow Farmers Market Craft and Food Jury judges potential walk-on vendors for 2014 market
The Moscow City Council Chambers were rife with creative crafts and various foods Friday at the Moscow Farmers Market Craft and Food Jury.
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Art in the market — The City of Moscow holds annual poster contest for 2014 Farmers Market, invites local artists
With the 2014 Moscow Farmers Market only a couple months away, a poster is needed to represent the traditional local event. Thus, the City of Moscow Arts Department is holding the Farmers Market poster contest …
BOISE — Senate Bill 1337, commonly called the “ag-gag” bill, passed through the House with a 56-14 vote Wednesday, and was signed into law by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter two days later.
The search for the next dean of the University of Idaho College of Law continues this week with campus visits from the three finalists for the position.
Gamma Alpha Omega is one of only six multicultural Greek houses at the University of Idaho, and according to its members it’s not a typical sorority.
“We’re not cookie-cutters,” said Leticia Garcia, a freshman who joined …
BOISE —Senate Bill 1337 — dubbed the “ag-gag” bill, as well as the “dairy-spying bill” — passed through the Idaho House of Representatives by a 56-14 vote, sending it to Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s desk.