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Growth from graduation

12.11.2014 – 10:33 pm |

Senior Clare Haley views graduation as a time for growth
Clare Haley makes a point of pushing the boundaries of her comfort zone.

Centered on students

09.11.2014 – 10:01 pm |

Making the transition from high school to college is an exciting and often stressful time for any student.
While some may even feel alone in the transitional phase, many programs are available to help students become …

Paint for a cause

09.11.2014 – 9:51 pm |

Jill Powell said not everyone is able to fix up their home, and that’s why University of Idaho students have taken the lead.

New and improved — Providing students a more enjoyable residence hall experience

07.22.2014 – 8:45 pm |

University of Idaho Housing has recently made changes to the way students apply for housing.

Cycling for charity

04.24.2014 – 10:16 pm |

Bike to Boise, Delta Sigma Phi’s annual philanthropy event, began Thursday when fraternity members and alumni set off on their journey to the state capitol via tandem bike. Bike to Boise has been a fixture …

Great shells of fire — UI’s oldest philanthropy, Turtle Derby, hosted by Phi Delta Theta this weekend

04.03.2014 – 8:57 pm |

It’s usually the story of the tortoise and the hare, but for one University of Idaho fraternity, it’s a story about a tortoise and more tortoises.

03.27.2014 – 10:01 pm |

Steel House is separate from both Greek and Residence Hall life. It is another on-campus living option for women that is cheaper and has many benefits. 

Keeping the arts alive

03.27.2014 – 9:56 pm |

Living in a community of people who have similar interests is important to making connections at a new university, according to Kelsi Nagle, recruitment coordinator for University Housing.

Food for thought – A perspective on Bob’s Place as the primary source of food for students who live on campus

03.27.2014 – 9:53 pm |

First-year students at the University of Idaho are required to have a meal plan. Five out of the six meal plans provided highlight Bob’s Place as a primary source of food.

Life in Theophilus Tower – Students and faculty discuss pros and cons of living in Theophilus Tower

03.27.2014 – 9:51 pm |

Designed for first-year students, the Theophilus Tower at the University of Idaho allows students to spend their year living with other new students. 

Meet a resident assistant – Three resident assistants share their experience about their everyday job

03.27.2014 – 9:49 pm |

Resident assistants are more than just students with an authoritative title. RAs are friends, mentors and above all else, students, said current RAs Jose Arujo and Ryan Kennelly. Araujo said RAs exist to provide a secure …

Home sweet home – Take this quiz to find out which UI housing option is right for you

03.27.2014 – 9:47 pm |

What is your ideal living situation?

No boys allowed
Misters before sisters
I need a kitchenette for my pancake addiction
Communal bathrooms? No thank you
I’m not afraid of heights
Living under the stars is cool

Movin’ on Upham – A community on campus that allows students to live and learn

03.27.2014 – 9:43 pm |

On the Northwestern corner of the Living Learning Community (LLC) courtyard, nestled between the Mosaic and Natural Resources LLCs, is the freshmen exclusive Upham residence hall. 

Single room living – McConnell offers upper division students their own room

03.27.2014 – 9:41 pm |

While living on campus in their own rooms, students in McConnell Hall can focus on academics and still enjoy community activities.

Growing up, living up – UI and Moscow offer more living options for non-traditional and transfer students

03.27.2014 – 9:40 pm |

Non-traditional and transfer students have a variety of options when it comes to living on or off the University of Idaho campus.

Fear Factor bridges gap

03.06.2014 – 10:20 pm |

ASUI Sen. Carlie Beasley spent her freshman year in Wallace, and Sen. Austin Karstetter is a brother of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, but both first-term senators ran on the same platform and have worked …

GAO provides opportunity

02.27.2014 – 10:20 pm |

Gamma Alpha Omega is one of only six multicultural Greek houses at the University of Idaho, and according to its members it’s not a typical sorority.
“We’re not cookie-cutters,” said Leticia Garcia, a freshman who joined …

International friendships in Moscow

02.27.2014 – 10:14 pm |

Friendship Families, offered through the University of Idaho International Programs Office, hosted its annual Welcome Reception on Tuesday for international students to mingle with local families and other students on campus.
“We have so much to …

Recruiting Rho Chis — Panhellenic begins work, training for next year’s recruitment

02.20.2014 – 9:21 pm |

The house identities of Sigma Rho Chis are shrouded in secrecy, but the purpose they serve during sorority recruitment is clear. 

New fraternity to join UI

02.03.2014 – 10:05 pm |

Theta Xi Fraternity came to campus earlier this year to open a chapter at University of Idaho.

News Briefs

01.29.2014 – 10:09 pm |

Luna will not run for re-election
BOISE – Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna announced Monday that he will not run for re-election.

Looking for leaders—RA positions open for 2014-2015 academic year, free room and board

01.29.2014 – 10:06 pm |

Lindsey Rush, current area assistant for the Wallace Complex Eastside residence hall, and a resident assistant in the Theophilus Tower for the 2012-2013 academic year, said getting involved with University Housing was one of the …

Considering concealed carry—Bill allowing concealed carry on college compuses reintroduced in Idaho legislature

01.29.2014 – 9:50 pm |

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 …

Preventing burglar’s paradise — Moscow Police see burglary increases over academic breaks

12.09.2013 – 8:27 pm |

During winter break, Moscow returns to a dormant state. Classes are out and students travel back home, leaving apartment complexes, houses and cars unattended for the three-week break. 

Lobbying for UI — Morehouse takes university funding topics to Boise as student lobbyist

12.09.2013 – 8:26 pm |


University of Idaho senior Ashley Morehouse will climb the stairs of the Idaho Capitol Building wearing gold-accented black business attire with a Vandal pin fastened to her suit jacket — as the ASUI lobbyist for …

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