Articles in Diversity
From one side of the world to Moscow, Ruben Tsarukyan has seen and done much in his 18 years of life.
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 …
Lobna Abdel-Rahim is a junior at the University of Idaho, and when she isn’t working on schoolwork, she enjoys hanging out with friends and going out as much as any other student at UI. She …
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 …
Morris Dees, co-founder and chief trial counsel for the Southern Poverty Law Center, was not always aware of the racial issues that have plagued the United States. Dees grew up on a cotton farm in …
The Gritman Medical Foundation is preparing to host its second annual Colors of Hope Fun Run to raise money for the Light A Candle program.
The drive from Moscow to Boise can be long, boring and at one point may involve getting stuck behind a truck or two. Biking the road from Moscow to Boise however, is an entirely different …
UI Law School bridges culture gap – Idaho law school courtroom first non-ivy league university to host Navajo Nation Supreme Court for oral argument
The University of Idaho Law School became the first non-ivy league university to host the Navajo Nation Supreme Court March 21.
Students and community members alike had a literal taste of India and a glimpse of traditional dance during the annual India Night event Sunday in the University of Idaho Student Union Building ballroom.
Tuxtinmepu means “Where the deer goes to lose its spots” in the Nez Perce language, Niimiipuutímt, and true to Pow Wow tradition, it is a celebration of culture and life.
The University of Idaho Native American …
Glen Galinda said regardless of color on the outside, everyone needs blood on the inside to survive.
Eight years, eight films, one drink, lots of food, $10 — this year’s LUNAFEST film festival had something for everybody.
While few would argue the necessity to protect civil rights, some would suggest civil homosexual unions weren’t a matter of rights, but morality. Two conservative Christians will explore the impact and value of homosexual marriage …
Taste of Nepal celebrated it’s 12th year Saturday with around 350 people in attendance. The event provided attendees the opportunity to learn more about Nepal through music and dance performances, presentations and a Nepali dinner.
As a fundraiser for the University of Idaho’s Relay for Life, there will be a masquerade ball from 6 p.m. to midnight on Oct. 27, said Heather Stevenson, co-chair for the event.
Queering Sex Ed, a program put on by the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning and Ally office, offers a safe and welcoming place for students and people in general to learn about sexuality and relationships, …
Part of the 40th anniversary celebration of the Women’s Center, If These Walls Could Talk — part two of four in a brown bag series — will to talk about the history of the struggle …
Sam Hansen, ASUI director of diversity, is easily recognized in the ASUI office as the girl with blue hair. Without it, she doesn’t feel like her best self.
Part of the University of Idaho’s Outdoor Program’s mission is to provide education and resources for “wilderness based, human powered outdoor and adventure activities.”
The Idaho Commission of Hispanic Affairs has a new voice in Carmen Suarez, director of the Office of Human Rights Access and Inclusion at the University of Idaho.
The University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts is showing the musical comedy “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” tonight, Saturday and Sunday at Hartung Theater.
Megan Prusynski hula hoops on the main field at the 2012 Moscow Hemp Fest.
The University of Idaho’s 2012 Lavender Graduation celebrates the accomplishments of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally students, said Heather Maib, interim coordinator of the LGBTQA office and programs.
America’s longest and most expensive war, the War on Drugs, has been going on for about 40 years and costs more than $51 billion annually, according to Drug War Statistics at drugpolicy.org.