Articles in Campus Life/Sustainability
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.
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.
SHPE offers support to engineerimg students
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers — a student organization at the University of Idaho — has spent the past six years encouraging Hispanic students in engineering fields to …
Annarose Qualls, a 15-year-old junior at Moscow High School, attended the Christ in Youth Conference in Corvallis, Ore., last summer.
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.
There is one man on the University of Idaho campus who has seen tens of thousands of students, 10 UI presidents and more winning football seasons than most other Vandal fans can even imagine.
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 …
Left turns can be tricky maneuvers — sometimes so tricky they can lead to accidents. Moscow Chief of Police David Duke said two accidents within the last few weeks — one involving a fatality — …
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.
A University of Idaho student organization, Movimiento Activist Social, will host its annual event El Color De Nuestra Tierra Saturday to showcase cultures in Latin America and to help lower stereotypes about Hispanics.
The University of Idaho recently welcomed back alumna, Sydel Samuels, but this time as director of the Native American Student Center.
As the 21st century thrives on, the University of Idaho is keeping up to date with paperless graduation requests.
Everyone needs a place to rest, but that can be problematic when those rest places are deteriorating.
BSU Professor Karen Bubb talks about her design workshop held in the 1912 Center on Oct. 28. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Bubb taught a semester’s worth of material for the first time in …
Rachel Hill, a University of Idaho senior, was not aware the average citizen of Uzbekistan speaks more than three different languages, including Russian.
Movimiento Activista Social, a University of Idaho student group, has worked to bring awareness to social issues throughout Idaho for the past five years.
New funding furthers UI research in Costa Rica – National Science Foundation funds UI interdisciplinary study
The University of Idaho has received a $249,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to fund an ongoing study on preserving biodiversity in Costa Rica. It is the first grant of its kind awarded to …
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.
Moscow Mentors is a local support program that seeks to serve youth in the Moscow school district by connecting K-12 students with mentors from the community and the University of Idaho.
The idea that organic, locally grown, fresh produce should be readily available to college students on and off campus is becoming more tangible, thanks to the University of Idaho Soil Stewards.
University of Idaho Gender and Sexuality Alliance is pursuing funding and student awareness of the club’s inclusive atmosphere by hosting a costume dance fundraiser called Hallowqueen from 8-11 p.m., Friday in the KIVA Theater.
The outbreak made its first appearance on campus on Oct. 20. More than half the original human population had been turned into zombies by the night of the first mission, Oct. 22.