Researchers at the University of Idaho, led by professor Eva Top, discovered two genes that aid a bacteria’s ability to hold onto genetic material coding for antibiotic resistance. “Bacteria become resistant in two major ways — mutation, and what we study, plasmids,” Top said.
Students destressed with service dogs-in-training who, for some, reminded students of their own canine companions back home. Vandal Health Education organized the Therapy Dog event with Palouse Paws, which brought two puppies training to be service dogs, and Pet Partners, which brought two adult companion dogs, to the University of Idaho Commons Thursday.
The University of Idaho Black Student Union recognizes students are affected by more than just academics, which is why they want to improve racial and ethnic diversity on campus, member and former vice president of the organization, Cynthia Ballesteros said. “Our population has been shrinking (on campus), so we need a space to feel comfortable,” […]
The 11th annual Living Learning Communities (LLC) Oktoberfest brought students together to take in one of the first official days of fall with German-themed food and festivities.
If you have never been hit with what many call the “Moscow plague,” it is more than likely you know someone who has. The best time of the year has rolled around to Moscow once again — the time when the sound of coughing and sniffling fill classrooms. The last thing anyone needs is to […]
The students of Freeman High School in Spokane, Washington, experienced an event students often start preparing for in elementary school. Students are taught what to do, where to go, how to act — but preparing for an event and actually experiencing the event are two different things.
The University of Idaho is a fairly small and close-knit community. It often seems that the town’s relatively quiet demeanor insinuates nothing bad ever happens. That couldn’t be farther from the truth.