Sweat off the stress — Student Recreation Center offers free yoga classes to reduce stress during dead week

During dead week, student stress increases along with the number of responsibilities they have. “During dead week … students don’t realize how much they deteriorate,” said Peg Hamlett, fitness and wellness director. “It’s kind of easy to get into a rut.”

Reaching research goals — Janet Nelson aims to co-fund research start-up packages

Janet Nelson said her office is working on a proposal for a centralized funding source to assist University of Idaho researchers in an update to Faculty Senate Tuesday. Nelson, vice president for research and economic development at UI, said she will submit the proposal for a fund to match one-to-one funding put forward by colleges […]

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Local businesses showcase their products at the Moscow Winter Market

No matter the weather — Moscow Winter Market provides local goods for the community

Despite the cold December temperatures, the Moscow Winter Market continues to play a large part in the community, offering a wide variety of homemade goods, knickknacks and food for the community to enjoy.

New vacancy — ASUI Senate hears latest updates from cabinet, Botello

ASUI President Cruz Botello announced new vacancies in the organization at Wednesday’s senate meeting, including one that will be of great importance come January — the ASUI lobbyist.

Cat mom speaks

I can call my cat my child if I want to — and that’s OK

Saying thanks too late

Americans flood social media with gratitude that came too late for Obama and Clinton  Most of the nation was shocked by the results of the 2016 presidential election, wherein President-elect Donald Trump beat out the favorite to win the race, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. In the aftermath, upset individuals flooded Twitter with messages expressing their […]

The classy clickbait

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off the cuff

A little reminder Life goes on. — Tea Potato Bowl Eternally grateful that our football team got their lives together just in time for my senior year. Can’t wait to see my fellow Vandals in Boise Dec. 22. — Erin RIP This is our first holiday season without Harambe in almost twenty years. — Tess […]

Cheer in the commons—The University of Idaho had a day of Christmas cheer in the Idaho commons

The Idaho Commons buzzed Dec. 1 as two University of Idaho organizations threw events to extend holiday cheer to students and faculty. In the Cedar Grove Room, students could snap a free picture with the mascot of Christmas himself — Santa Claus. UI Career Services orchestrated the event in an effort to reach out to […]

The Logos School secondary choir performs at the first annual tree lighting Thursday night in downtown Moscow.

Just a little something—The first annual Moscow Tree Lighting

The community held its first Annual Winter Wonderland Tree Lighting in down- town Moscow’s Friendship Square Dec. 1. Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert gave a brief speech and then the tree was lit. The crowd filled with pride for their city and this new tradition. Jen Pfiffner, a local involved in the tree lighting ceremony, said […]

A non-extinct band — Columbus band Digisaurus recently visited Moscow

“We just try and create an extravagant party atmosphere where you can’t take our eyes off except to dance,” said Eric Groseclose, the bassist and self-described ladies man of the future-pop band Digisaurus. Digisaurus is a Columbus, Ohio, band touring across the west coast. They recently made a stop in Moscow, playing at local coffee […]

The artificial killing machine exhibit at the Prichard Art Galery installed printing out reciepts every time an American drone strikes.

Technology and war — Prichard exhibit explores link between technology, violence

The inspiration and development of the Prichard Art Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Real and Implied,” did not arrive instantly. “I had seen Suzanne’s photographs more than two years ago and was really taken. I started thinking ‘How do you put that in with something else?’” said Roger Rowley, director of the Prichard Art Gallery. “Then I […]