Articles in Campus Life/Sustainability
In 2003, a Spokane-area 13-year-old leaped off a busy freeway overpass to her death. Later that year, another Spokane student planned to commit suicide by being shot by police after bringing a gun to school.
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 …
A day to celebrate the future — Moscow celebrates Arbor Day by planting trees, informing the public of the benefits of trees
Trees offer many values to society, both financially and psychologically, said David Rauk of the Moscow Tree Commission while addressing citizens April 26 for Arbor Day.
Paneling on the planet – Green lunches talks about sustainability issues, impact of consumer behavior
Policy-making may provide the most notable progress for sustainability issues, but according to the consultants at the Green Lunches panel hosted by the University of Idaho Sustainability Center April 24, people can make a significant …
While the University of Idaho Lavender Graduation may seem as if it is designed for LGBTQ students, Lysa Salsbury said the event is intended to be all inclusive.
The opening celebration for the University of Idaho Confucius Institute took place Monday.
The University of Idaho Retirees Association Board will host UIRA Night Wednesday partnering with the UI Department of Theatre Arts to present William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” at the Hartung Theater.
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 …
As a graduating senior, Julia Christian is looking forward to the commencement ceremony and said she hopes the speaker will be entertaining.
‘Mining’ your manners—Speaker series highlights North American oil sands industry, impacts, benefits of oil sands mining and controversial pipeline
From President Barack Obama to regional environmental groups, people are taking sides on the oil sands mining operations in Alberta, Canada.
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 …
Red Bull gives you wings, or, wheels this time—Teams of three Greek gladiators race handmade chariots for last week’s Vandal Friday event
Teams of three raced homemade vehicles for Red Bull and Vandal Friday Thursday night, unofficially bridging the gap between Greek and Residence Life students.
Vandal Friday gives high school students and potential Vandals a chance to experience a small segment of college life — either by attending scheduled events, where they are informed about the variety of majors and …
The 2013 Borah Symposium has wrapped and Laura Thomas, educational initiatives coordinator for Right To Play Canada, said she was glad to be a part of the 65-year-old event.
The origin of the journey is important, University of Idaho Interim President Don Burnett said.
More than 1,000 volunteers have helped the University of Idaho Sustainability Center plant 11 different types of trees and other vegetation on and off campus in its Get Rooted initiative. Another planting session will occur …
The University of Idaho may sometimes seem like an isolated institution, but Alex Rheault, University of Idaho Sustainability Center volunteer coordinator, said it’s good for students to invest themselves beyond campus.
Senate Bill 1183, which would add five new seats for Idaho to the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho medical program is scheduled to be presented to the Idaho Senate today.
If not enough members are recruited during upcoming fall recruitment, University of Idaho’s Alpha Tau Omega chapter could potentially lose its chapter house, said Nickolaus Stutzman, ATO alumni and member of ATO Alumni Committee.
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 University of Idaho Information Technology Services Help Desk, along with Student Computing Services, now offers a software hosting service called VLab to UI students.
Students interested in sustainability will have a chance to mingle with professionals and make community connections at the University of Idaho President’s Sustainability Symposium, March 19 and 20 at North Idaho College and the College …
Shades of Black, an annual showcase of black culture, will return to the University of Idaho Saturday under the theme “I Am.”
One pint of blood and 15 minutes could save three lives, said Elizabeth Giles, Inland Northwest Blood Center’s marketing and communication officer.
A new program sponsored by the University of Idaho Women’s Center and organized through the LGBTQA office celebrates the nerd fandoms that have taken over popular culture in recent years.