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Expanding gun policy

12.11.2014 – 10:36 pm |

Policy to include bans on additional weapons
Humans vs. Zombies fans can take a sigh of relief — Nerf guns will not be banned from campus under the university’s updated weapons policy.

Making it home

12.11.2014 – 10:35 pm |

Chatriand emphasizes student safety, winter conditions
As students flock home for winter break, University of Idaho Associate Dean of Students Craig Chatriand said getting home safely amid winter conditions should be the No. 1 priority for …

Wise words to carry on

12.11.2014 – 10:34 pm |

Smith to speak at graduation
Many seniors, who put in countless hours of studying and hard work over the years, will walk across the stage in front of their family, friends and peers to shake hands …

Growth from graduation

12.11.2014 – 10:33 pm |

Senior Clare Haley views graduation as a time for growth
Clare Haley makes a point of pushing the boundaries of her comfort zone.

Jazzing up the Palouse

12.11.2014 – 10:28 pm |

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival tickets now on sale for general public
University of Idaho alumnus and trumpet performance major Kyle Gemberling grew up in Moscow and has attended the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival since fourth grade …

Old friends, new titles

12.11.2014 – 10:26 pm |

IFC, Panhellenic councils elect new board members for 2015
University of Idaho junior Becca Papineau said she decided to run for Panhellenic president because she wanted to be a friend and leader in the Greek community.

Taking a break

12.11.2014 – 10:23 pm |

Earning an education is a long and stressful process. The University of Idaho Career Center let students know at a presentation Wednesday that taking a year off after graduation could help students evaluate their future …

Winner, winner

12.11.2014 – 10:21 pm |

Nathan Romans takes home a free semester of tuition and fees
When University of Idaho senior Nathan Romans found out he won a full semester of in-state tuition and fees at UI through the Brain Game competition, …

Contests in creativity

12.11.2014 – 10:15 pm |

Architecture students design hypothetical UI president’s house for class contest
Each student received the same set of guidelines in August, yet over the semester they planned and sketched 18 completely different buildings.

Snow on screen

12.11.2014 – 10:07 pm |

VandalSNOW club deems Red Bull ski film fundraiser a success
Climbing up ice for eight hours, plummeting through vertical rock chutes and flying through bluebird skies unusual pastimes for VandalSNOW skiers and snowboarders.
At the Moscow premiere …

Letters to the editor

12.11.2014 – 10:04 pm |

UI needs to go tobacco free
In April 2014, the Faculty Senate recommended adopting a tobacco-free campus. In November, ASUI passed a resolution recommending a smoke-free campus. Either policy would help protect the health of our …

Deck the halls with climate change

12.11.2014 – 9:36 pm |

Class brings climate change knowledge, awareness to UI
As students rushed to classes and studied in the Idaho Commons during dead week, they may have noticed the halls are decked with poster boards.
University of Idaho students …

Succinct stories

12.11.2014 – 9:33 pm |

Ten-minute Play Festival features UI playwrights
Going big in show business doesn’t necessarily mean going long, as the plays featured in the University of Idaho’s 10-minute Play Festival this week proved.

From the south came a coffee

12.11.2014 – 9:11 pm |

‘Vandal Blend’ coffee on shelves at Moxie Java
When Boise-based coffee company Moxie Java began its rebranding process, Vice President of Business Development and Strategy Ken Stokes said it transitioned. Rather than market its blends by …

A candid collaboration

12.11.2014 – 9:09 pm |

Joining forces for the greater good
Staff Sgt. Edwin Latrell knows what it’s like to go without during the holiday season. Growing up in a lower-middle class family, Latrell experienced both good and bad Decembers, where …

Launchbaugh takes the win

12.11.2014 – 9:02 pm |

UI professor wins earns national recognition
University of Idaho College of Natural Resources professor Karen Launchbaugh, who specializes in rangeland ecology and management, brought home an award from Washington, D.C., last month recognizing her as Idaho’s …

Students relax for finals

12.11.2014 – 9:01 pm |

UI provides resources to help students prepare for finals
To prepare for upcoming final exams, many students choose to cram alone in their rooms or at a coffee shop. However, the University of Idaho offers many …

News brief

12.08.2014 – 10:50 pm |

Moscow High bomb threat
The Moscow Police Department is investigating a bomb threat received Monday morning at Moscow High School. The Moscow School District canceled classes at the school for the remainder of the day.

To build a SHIP

12.08.2014 – 10:07 pm |

SHIP evolves alongside state and federal regulations, ACA 
Even before the Affordable Care Act was upheld in the U.S. Supreme Court in 2012, the University of Idaho Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) was already evolving to …

Cashing in on coverage

12.08.2014 – 10:06 pm |

Vandals looking to jump SHIP review insurance options
Browsing for health insurance may not be the first activity University of Idaho students want to do over winter break, but with open enrollment for the Idaho health …

A market with meaning

12.08.2014 – 10:05 pm |

Redefining gift giving, local charities
The holiday season is known as a time of giving, which, as Dianne Daley Laursen points out, can be particularly stressful on a college budget.

More staff voices

12.08.2014 – 9:54 pm |

Staff Affairs chair favors additional staff input on proposed tobacco ban
Staff Affairs Chair Ali Bretthauer said she has received a variety of opinions from University of Idaho staff about the proposed tobacco ban since the …

From the White House to UI

12.08.2014 – 9:53 pm |

University Housing brings national campaign to prevent sexual assault to UI campus
University Housing presented Wednesday the White House’s national campaign to raise awareness and to prevent sexual assault, called “It’s On Us.”
The program is focused …

It’s that time of the year

12.08.2014 – 9:13 pm |

UI facilities employees work long hours to ensure campus safety during winter months
When the weather gets cold and the snow begins to fall, Charles Zillinger, University of Idaho director of landscape and exterior services, said …

Similar policy, tax compliant

12.08.2014 – 9:10 pm |

IRS audit spurs change to overtime compensation policy
The University of Idaho Faculty Senate approved a change in the overtime compensation policy after an IRS audit concluded a previous UI payroll practice was not tax compliant.

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