A University of Idaho female student has filed a report against UI alleging the university failed to provide proper accommodations, after filing a formal complaint claiming she was sexually assaulted by another student in February 2016, according to a Lewiston Tribune article published Thursday. In federal court, the female student alleged that UI investigated the […]
ASUI Senate passed a resolution in memoriam of Keegan Felton, a University of Idaho junior who died last month. “It’s important for the Vandal community to know that ASUI looks out for Vandals,” said Sen. Zachary Spence. According to the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, Felton died while jogging at the UI Recreation Center. Pro-tempore Jordan Kizer […]
Graduation is a big step in life, and the University of Idaho Office of Alumni Relations (OAR) recognizes that every year with GradFest. Seniors gathered Wednesday in the International Ballroom of the Pitman Center for GradFest — an event that celebrates upcoming graduation and provides graduation essentials to those who needed it. “It’s kind of […]
Bob Inglis has been challenging non-climate change believers since 2004 with one major principle — conservatism.
That time of year is here again. No, not the changing leaves of fall or the seemingly endless cold season. It is the time of year where students are barreling through midterms and beginning to look ahead during spring advising.
“In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue…” Many of us heard this catchy saying in our elementary school history classes. This is how we discussed the beginnings of colonization, more commonly known as the discovery of North America.
When students think about homecoming, often they think about football, or maybe reminisce about high school homecoming dances. Homecoming Week marks a spike in school pride and increases student involvement. From Sunday to Saturday, a variety of activities are available for students to participate in, whether these be well-loved Vandal traditions such as Serpentine and […]