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Summer in Moscow is akin to a ghost town. With thousands of students leaving the Palouse for trips home and vacations the town seems to get quiet — especially on campus.
Perspective change – Current Safety, Violence Prevention director lays down foundation for culture change, new director
As Nick DiMico finishes his term and prepares to hand the reins to the new Director of Safety and Violence Prevention for ASUI, he believes he has set a solid foundation for the position to …
The ASUI Funding Board heard from 27 student organizations and awarded a total of $20,000 to 16 of them during its final meeting of the year.
Thirty percent of college students said they had felt depressed to the point it was hard to function, according to a nationwide survey conducted by the American College Health Association in 2011. At the University …
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predict between one-third to half of all smokers will die from their addiction, which suggests that 640 to 960 current University of Idaho students will die prematurely because …
In the spring ASUI election, 21.2 percent of undergraduates voted, which according to the University of Idaho Director of Student Involvement Colleen Quinn, is 3.5 percent higher than the national average and 12.7 percent higher …
At the final ASUI candidates forum March 28, senate candidate Andrew Baldridge said only about 10 percent of students voted in the last election and he wants to change that. However, based on the turnout …
When Nick DiMico was appointed director of safety and violence prevention for ASUI, he said one of his goals was to increase community involvement with violence prevention programs.
ASUI candidates woo Vandal voters — 2013 ASUI candidates participate in first open forum, campaigning begins
ASUI election campaigning for executive and senate positions started Monday, meaning a busy week for candidates as they introduce themselves and their platforms to students.
Keith Ickes, University of Idaho executive director of planning and budget, said UI will ask the Idaho State Board of Education for a 5.9 percent increase to undergraduate in state tuition during an open forum …
The ASUI Senate urged the Idaho state legislature to add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to the protected clauses of the Idaho Human Rights Act Wednesday.
Changes in progress – New Student Code of Conduct in drafting stage after 50 years free of revisions
The University of Idaho Student Code of Conduct is due for an update, having only received minor revisions since the ‘60s.
The University Of Idaho Department of Student Involvement is responsible for all student involvement opportunities on campus. It helps fund ASUI, student media, the volunteer center, student organizations and leadership programs.
Challenging the notion that country music only comes from the south, Enumclaw, Wash. based band Aces Up will perform its debut country album “Backyard Superstars” at the University of Idaho.
With the spring semester underway, ASUI is looking for ways to improve the University of Idaho for its student body, ASUI President Hannah Davis said.
ASUI Vandal Entertainment has designed a way for non-traditional students to reap the benefits of their student activity fees. Daytime Distractions, a program that brings performances into the Idaho Commons Food Court during lunch, has …
As a way to make leadership less intimidating and show that it can come in all shapes and sizes, the Department of Student Involvement has created the Reel Leadership series, said Sadie Hanigan, a student …
A recent bylaw change means student organizations can receive funding from ASUI to pay for food and labor.
On Tuesday, “Rap the Vote” set out to spur political discussion, according to Michael Cullen, an ASUI Senator.
Applications for seven spring ASUI senate positions are now open for the November elections.
From among the student ranks, one person will be selected in November to represent the political agenda of the University of Idaho during the 2013 legislative session in the state capitol.
The ASUI Center for Volunteerism and Social Action at the University of Idaho is accepting applications for the Winter Alternative Service Break trips.
ASUI approved the creation of a new position, director of finance, at the first ASUI senate meeting of the 2012-2013 year.
We the Kings will open this year’s Palousafest, an event that has welcomed students since the 1990s, Director of Student Involvement, Colleen Quinn said.
Three steps ahead — New director of student involvement plans to keep students informed of campus events
After college, graduate school and several job changes around the United States, Colleen Quinn was content teaching civic engagement and conducting research for her Ph.D at the University of California Los Angeles. She had no …