Articles in ASUI
Four potential candidates for the position of Greek Adviser will be on the University of Idaho campus, this week for in-person interviews with Dean of Students, Bruce Pitman.
The role of ASUI is to represent the interests of the student body to University of Idaho departments and administration, as well as external entities such as the Idaho State Board of Education and the …
World poverty, social class imbalances and climate change are some of the issues that will be addressed alongside an interactive dining experience at this year’s Annual Hunger Banquet, said University of Idaho Oxfam America Club …
Inclusivity in ASUI has been a recent hot-button issue for the senate, and ASUI Director of Diversity Samantha Hansen’s bill to eliminate the GPA requirement for ASUI leadership positions has been the center of the …
A small wooden building that could easily be overlooked is now the location for late night $2 tacos.
Giving their two cents — Student leaders write letter to SBOE, endorse Payne, Applegate, Nichols for UI presidency
Few students showed up at the presidential open forums the past four weeks, let alone met or spoke with any of the finalists.
Less daylight, more lights – ASUI resolution regarding increased lighted outdoor recreation space sparks debate
When the football team is practicing on the SprinTurf on the east end of the Kibbie Dome, other athletic and intramural teams have to find elsewhere to practice.
The ASUI Senate passed a resolution Wednesday that could result in a change to the voting requirements necessary for changes to be made to the University of Idaho student code conduct.
University of Idaho student Rebecca Beesley didn’t lose hope when she was turned away at the Moscow Department of Motor Vehicles for wanting to wear her religious head covering in her driver’s license photo.
Maria Hinojosa visited the Idaho campus last Wednesday. She spoke to students about the importance of diversity and Latino Heritage Month. After the talk, the floor was opened up to a question and answer session …
Two resolutions were passed, a bill was postponed and senators debated for nearly an hour and a half — the first floor debate of the semester — at Wednesday’s ASUI senate meeting.
F13-02, a resolution authored …
Resolution for representation — ASUI resolution supports religious head coverings in Idaho photo identification
Rebecca Beesley, a University of Idaho student, who wears a religious headscarf, went to the Department of Motor Vehicles in Moscow recently to renew her identification.
Opening the door — Director of Diversity introduces new bill to ASUI senate to change grade requirement for ASUI leadership
According to the current ASUI Rules and Regulations, a student who wishes to run for an elected position must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or greater, or a previous semester GPA of …
Wednesday is the last day to register for Make a Difference Day — an annual service event sponsored by the University of Idaho ASUI Center for Volunteerism and Social Action.
In the 2013 legislative session, University of Idaho student Andrew Blake stood among state representatives and senators to represent UI in the annual lawmaking and budget-setting assembly.
Improving elections — Elections coordinators Pilar Alfaro, Tanner Beymer prepare for senate elections
Freshman Tanner Beymer, one of the ASUI elections coordinators, introduced a three-point plan to improve elections at the University of Idaho at the ASUI Senate meeting Wednesday.
Make a plan, earn a scholarship — Students have chance to influence campus policy, earn $300 scholarship
Within the first week of the academic year, seven students were transported to Gritman Medical Center due to their intoxication level, said Denise Carl, student involvement coordinator.
Jim Martinez, chair of the Homecoming Committee, and Tyler Tennison, Homecoming Committee alumni relations chair, share their story behind their decision to get involved in the Homecoming Committee this year. Here they talk about what …
When Gov. Butch Otter declared Jan. 23 as University of Idaho Higher Education Day, Tyler Tennison was there singing the Vandal fight song and representing the university.
Students, alumni and community members looking to get active and possibly earn a prize can do so by participating in the ASUI 5K Spirit Sprint.
A bill that seeks to improve ASUI elections by expanding the position of elections coordinator into multiple positions was introduced to the floor at the senate meeting Wednesday.
Students looking for work might not have to look any further than the Associated Students of the University of Idaho, which is offering board-level positions from recreation to web design for qualifying students.
The University of Idaho Alumni Association is an organization no different than any other in the country — except that they do not collect dues from participants.
Every full time student at the University of Idaho is a member of the Associated Students of the University of Idaho, because of the student fees they pay that comprise the organization’s budget.
ASUI President Max Cowan isn’t one of the most difficult people to recognize on campus. But he’s also one of the most approachable people according to co-workers and fellow students. Accompanying his thick-soled Dr. Martens …