Arg-Radio: April 11. ASUI presidency and medical amnesty 04.11.2016

Austin Karstetter and Cruz Botello won the ASUI presidential election. Proposals to change the Shattuck Arboretum and the Arboretum and Botanical Garden have been made. The ASUI-backed medical amnesty bill was signed into Idaho law.

Vandal Voices: Body Positive 02.18.2016

Griffen Winget asked Vandals what they think about UI recognizing Body Positive Week, what advice they have for those struggling with body image and what society can do to work toward a solution to body shaming.

Arg-Radio, Feb. 17, 2016: Body Positivity, Vagina Monologues, Basketball 02.17.2016

UI is recognizing National Eating Disorders Week in a unique way. “The Vagina Monologues” is being performed by UI students. Local landlords have advice for first-time renters. UI Alum and Super Bowl Champion Shiloh Keo was charged with DUI in Boise. Men’s and Women’s Basketball had a victorious weekend.

Vandal Voices: Presidential nominees 02.08.2016

Griffen Winget asked Vandals which candidate they liked most, which issues a candidate should address and who they think will be our next president.

Argonaut Radio: Feb. 4, 2016 02.03.2016

A group of student representatives from the Black Student Union have a list of six requests of their university, which they presented to University of Idaho administrators Jan. 22. University of Idaho President Chuck Staben addressed the Idaho State Legislature’s Joint Financial-Appropriations Committee, outlining the university and the state’s efforts to raise college enrollment. Last

Argonaut Radio: Jan. 29, 2016 01.29.2016

On today’s show: – One World Cafe comes to campus – A task force recommends letting first-years live in Greek houses – University of Idaho Law School takes on a diversity program – Thursday night basketball recaps – Men’s Basketball injury updates

Argonaut Radio: Jan. 25, 2016 01.25.2016

Today’s show features a look inside the Campus Christian Center. ASUI President Max Cowan plans to help students understand student fees. The University of Idaho Women’s Center will screen the first film, “Suffragette,” of the 2016 Women’s Film Series at 7 p.m. Monday at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.

Argonaut Radio: Jan. 21, 2016 01.21.2016

Garza, the keynote speaker for the University of Idaho’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, addressed a packed crowd on the fourth floor of the Idaho Commons Friday. University of Idaho President Chuck Staben commissioned a study to better understand why Idaho students aren’t pursuing higher education. There’s also a recap of the weekend’s sports.

Argonaut Radio: Jan. 15, 2016 01.15.2016

Alicia Garza, co-founder of #blacklivesmatter, will deliver her keynote speech at noon Friday in the Summit Room of the Idaho Commons. Last month, Nathan Greenwood, a United States Navy Lieutenant and University of Idaho assistant professor of naval science, was named the 2015 Naval Service Training Command Instructor of the Year. The Sun Belt Conference, which

Argonaut Radio: Dec. 11, 2015 12.11.2015

School choirs from all over the region will gather in the Kibbie Dome Friday to perform in the annual University of Idaho Jazz Choirs Holiday Concert. ASUI Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would pay for a trial run of a free weekend taxi service for students. Idaho men’s basketball won 78-74 against Washington State

Vandal Voices: The Future 12.09.2015

Matthew Rueger asked Vandals about their break plans, their predictions for 2016 and their personal goals for next semester.

Argonaut Radio: Dec. 8, 2015 12.08.2015

The University of Idaho has resources to help with test anxiety. There are tons of events to de-stress oneself during this next week. ASUI pushes to have teachers post grades to Blackboard.

Argonaut Radio: Dec. 7, 2015 12.07.2015

On today’s show, there are thoughts from students of color here at the University of Idaho. The Idaho Fan Zone will live on, but in a different form. Brian Foisy wants to change internal hiring practices.

Argonaut Radio: Dec. 4, 2015 12.04.2015

In today’s show we’ve got insight into the feelings of students of color at the University of Idaho, a report on the Idaho Fan Zone and a look at whether or not ASUI will support the Campus Accountability and Safety Act.

Horoscopes: Dec. 4 12.03.2015

Sagittarius 11/22-12/21 While the snow is beginning to fall, your romantic luck is beginning to rise. Take this opportunity to take a risk. Capricorn 12/22-1/19 It’s been a bad few weeks, as if all the stress hormones in your brain have decided to wage war against your neurons. Good news: your neurons have survived. Aquarius

Vandal Voices: Dead Week and Breaks 12.03.2015

Matt Rueger asked students at the University of Idaho for their thoughts on Thanksgiving break and dead week. People spoke about families, connecting with loved ones, traveling and UI course content.

Vandal Voices: Terrorism 11.20.2015

Matt Rueger asked Vandals about their reactions to the attacks in Paris, France, and about the role the west should play in relation to terrorism.

Argonaut Radio: Nov. 17, 2015 11.17.2015

In today’s show we’ve got news on transgender awareness training programs at University of Idaho, coverage of ASUI elections and advice on driving home safely.

Argonaut Radio: Nov. 13, 2015 11.14.2015

In today’s show we’ve got a preview for Latin American culture events, a look at Idaho and the WUE and news on the volleyball team.

Argonaut Radio: Oct. 29, 2015 10.29.2015

In today’s show we’ve got news on Dezmon Epps being indefinitely suspended from the football team, a report on ASUI’s plan to better meet with legislators and a guest piece by Lyndsie Kiebert about UI’s homecoming celebration.

Argonaut Radio: Oct. 28, 2015 10.28.2015

In this show Matt Rueger reported on why Dezmon Epps is indefinitely suspended from the football team. Rueger also spoke about ASUI’s plan to better meet with state legislators and news that Idaho will host the Big Sky Tournament for Soccer.

Vandal Voices, Episode 3: Mass Shootings 10.16.2015

Matthew Rueger asked people what could be done to prevent mass shootings, if the University of Idaho is prepared to handle a mass shooting and what the university could do to better prepare.

Argonaut Radio: Oct. 14 10.14.2015

In today’s show we’ve got news on a local protest, info on free flu vaccinations and a look at online courses at UI.

Argonaut Radio: Oct. 12 10.12.2015

In today’s show we’ve got news on a local protest, a look at the biggest club on campus and news on why there’s no longer a slip-n-slide on Delta Tau Delta’s Hill.

Argonaut Radio: Oct. 9 10.10.2015

The Oct. 9 Argonaut Radio show features news on a local protest, a preview of the Run Like a Vandal Event and a look at why there isn’t a slip-n-slide on Delta Tau Delta’s hill anymore.