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On Dec. 5, 1933, the 21st Amendment to the American Constitution was ratified. This amendment was in response to the 18th amendment, which prohibited the sale, transport and consumption of alcohol.
The University of Idaho’s ongoing formation of a new classification and compensation system is still in the process of implementation — as those working on the project continue to make progress and clarify the system …
University of Idaho graduate Ana Overgaard met U.S. memory champion Nelson Dellis by chance the summer of her sophomore year and joked that someone should make a documentary about him.
From serving as tribal liaison to mentoring students at the Native American Student Center, Arthur Taylor was known for always welcoming people with a smile.
Even after filling the hole left by a $2.6 million budget deficit last year, the University of Idaho isn’t getting a financial break any time soon.
At the end of every semester, students may find themselves with unwanted textbooks they were required to buy for their classes. There are a couple different options to help prevent these books from collecting dust …
The Intermountain Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls regional conference — to be hosted in November 2014 by the University of Idaho — will feature its first ever drag show courtesy of TabiKat Productions.
During winter break, Moscow returns to a dormant state. Classes are out and students travel back home, leaving apartment complexes, houses and cars unattended for the three-week break.
University of Idaho senior Ashley Morehouse will climb the stairs of the Idaho Capitol Building wearing gold-accented black business attire with a Vandal pin fastened to her suit jacket — as the ASUI lobbyist for …
An 8-year-old boy from Potlatch would like a new pair of jeans.
Hydrating the Palouse — City of Moscow investigates alternative water sources to offset, replace aquifer declines
The City of Moscow is investigating surface water alternatives due to a decline in the groundwater supplies of the Palouse Basin.
Eight-year-old Anthony Skore is the only one in his family with health insurance.
For the first time, a professor and a third year law student dueled in a civil trial in the University of Idaho Law School Courtroom on Wednesday.
Full-time University of Idaho students pay about $90 per year in student fees to support the Idaho Commons and Student Union Building. With the SUB under renovation, there is a lack of space for students …
The Panhellenic Executive Council elected five new members Monday for the coming term, including a new Panhellenic president, vice president of affairs, vice president of programming, vice president of public relations and vice president of …
The University of Idaho HIV and AIDS awareness campaign began on the annual World AIDS Awareness Day — Sunday— with a screening of “Rent,” a musical about the AIDS crisis in New York City in …
A different way to give — Fifth annual Alternative Giving Market of the Palouse benefits 30 local nonprofits
The fifth annual Alternative Giving Market of the Palouse, hosted at the Prichard Art Gallery, took place Wednesday during the Light up the Night
The AGMP is an alternative to holiday gift giving that supports …
The University of Idaho College of Education has been awarded its best accreditation in 25 years by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
The eighth annual Palouse Cares Food Drive and Public Auction will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Eastside Marketplace in Moscow.
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of stories related to Focus for the Future.
As higher education in Idaho continues to experience budget shortfalls, a look at all of the programs offered by …
Gritman Medical Center recently hired a new Chief Financial Officer and Chief Nursing Officer — filling the positions with two former employees who decided to return to the Palouse.
Two service-learning students are hosting a donation drive for personal care items through Monday. The donations are for the Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse (ATVP) 24-hour shelter from sexual and
The City of Moscow and the Moscow School District revealed design plans for the Moscow School District Community Playfields at an open house on Nov. 21.
From one side of the world to Moscow, Ruben Tsarukyan has seen and done much in his 18 years of life.
For the first time in recent history, the Residence Hall Association will host a murder mystery dinner with a cast of 15-20 volunteer actors.