Articles in Campus Life/Sustainability
The University of Idaho College of Law Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) has been named a recipient of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s Education Donation program. However, this year’s donations have seen a decline, in …
Spending six hours in a conference room studying first aid and resuscitating plastic mannequins is not the ideal way to spend a Saturday for most students. But for Kyle Swanstrom and many other University of …
Patty’s Mexican Kitchen has opened for the 2014 season and its owners are hoping to receive their liquor license this coming year.
The University of Idaho Women’s Center expanded their traditional event, LunaFest, this year by accepting short films entered by local Moscow citizens and UI students.
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 …
Students are wary of campus security, often without realizing they exist to benefit students, said ASUI President Pro Tempore Anthony Filicetti. Soon, however, he said he hopes that will change.
Campus security is collaborating with ASUI …
The University of Idaho Food and Farm Composting Project is back up and running after the project was closed for eight months for facility renovations.
The University of Idaho Sustainability Center and partners across campus established …
John Wayne, or at least a version of him, has been with Lt. David Lehmitz ever since he joined the Moscow Police Department 26 years ago.
The house identities of Sigma Rho Chis are shrouded in secrecy, but the purpose they serve during sorority recruitment is clear.
The University of Idaho was ranked last out of 141 American colleges and universities when it came to offering sexual health resources to students, according to the 2010 Trojan condom sexual health survey.
In response, UI …
Between class schedules and extracurricular commitments, staying healthy in college can be difficult, but for students who make time to prioritize their health there is another challenge — resource overload.
The VandalStore’s mission is “Student Success.” So when the opportunity arose for store manager Scott McDonald to give back, he did, with the formation of the VandalStore Book Scholarship Fund.
Theta Xi Fraternity came to campus earlier this year to open a chapter at University of Idaho.
The Idaho State Board of Education voted Monday to oppose legislation currently in discussion in the Idaho legislature that would permit the concealed carry of firearms on college campuses.
“Add the Words” supporters have been fighting for equal protection for eight years, and many are optimistic this is the year an equality clause for members of Idaho’s LGBT community will be passed. But the …
The light, musky fragrance of freshly-ground summer sausage is the first greeting received upon entering the Vandal Meats store on the University of Idaho campus.
The Kenworthy Performing Arts Center received more than $35,000 in a grant from the Inland Northwest Community Foundation and the Idaho Heritage Trust to preserve the historic building.
In the 2012 presidential election, Latah County was one of the two democratic counties in all of Idaho.
Many local food organizations — including the Moscow Food Co-op, The Moscow Farmers Market and Sodexo — and the University of Idaho Soil Stewards and Sustainability Center will participate in the Food Summit 3.0 from …
Considering concealed carry—Bill allowing concealed carry on college compuses reintroduced in Idaho legislature
BOISE — The Senate Affairs Committee heard a bill Monday that would change the firearms policy on public state college campuses and universities in Idaho.
If passed, the bill would bring Idaho into the small pool …
Metered parking prices increasing — Metered parking prices increase due to demand after smart meters installed
University of Idaho Parking and Transportation Services has raised the daytime hourly rate for parking in seven metered lots on-campus, according to Shawna Betlin, PTS information specialist.
Dwelling from the past — Following open house, Accessory Dwelling Units could see resurgence in Moscow
The City of Moscow Planning and Zoning Commission gathered input on the allowance of Accessory Dwelling Units at a public open house Wednesday.
V-Squad, V-Men and V-Day – Women’s Center to host several educational events surrounding “The Vagina Monologues”
While many people may be aware of the annual production of “The Vagina Monologues,” not everyone may know about the social campaign that is responsible for the play.
The Women’s Center will resume their Women and Gender Brown Bag Series next semester with a new partner, new topics and a new location.
In 2000, University of Idaho alumn Michael Kirk was inducted into the UI Alumni Hall of Fame.