Two days before the spring 2012 semester ended, Jeff Solomon, now a University of Idaho sophomore, contacted campus dining because he noticed a flaw in the flex dollar system on his campus meal plan.
The Moscow-Pullman Regional Airport is assessing the environmental impact of moving its runway.
Greg Halloran, associate professor and coordinator of dance, passed away in his Moscow home Wednesday.
When Idaho realized it would be without a conference during the 2013 football season, cries for the Big Sky rang loud and clear on the Palouse.
When two people die in a Canadian shooting it’s called a tragedy. In America, we call it Friday.
It’s September And that means in my book it’s officially fall. Bring on the pumpkin, beer, apple city and football. Favorite season of the year by far. –Madison
Feeding program fiasco Dear Editor: Perhaps the federal Farm Bill could have avoided that nasty “partisan rut” if the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture had stuck to its knittin’ instead of being transformed largely into one more of the federal government’s plethora of feeding programs for humans.
I’m a 21-year-old college student who, until this summer, knew little about Congress. To educate myself, in May I stepped outside the comfortable confinement of Moscow to intern on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. — and what I learned was unsettling.
After the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers found broken beer bottles and heaps of garbage on the beach at Illia Dunes, they were forced to close the dunes Monday because of health and safety concerns.
ASUI approved the creation of a new position, director of finance, at the first ASUI senate meeting of the 2012-2013 year.
More than 3,000 pounds of broken beer bottles, cans and other litter has been removed from Illia Dunes, which have been closed indefinitely for public safety reasons.
On the way to the Idaho Commons on Line Street a new sign can be seen that states, “Site of Proposed Building” with the name “Integrated Research and Innovation Center” written on it, along with a rendering of the proposed building.
The Moscow City Council will hold an emergency ordinance hearing to consider a proposal to regulate electronic signs at 7 p.m. on Sept. 4.
Each February, the University of Idaho brings musicians and music lovers from all over the United States for the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival.
“There’s a storm coming, Mr. Wayne … you and your friends better batten down the hatches. Because when it hits, you’re all gonna wonder how you could live so large and leave so little for the rest of us.”
Slated to begin next week, the Hemingway Festival will bring students and community members together to celebrate both literature and Idaho heritage.
The International Programs Office will host a study abroad fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday in the Idaho Commons Plaza. Seven program providers will present international study opportunities in almost 300 cities across 65 countries offered through the IPO.
When he applied for the University of Idaho Director of Admissions position, Cezar Mesquita said he considered UI’s mission and how he envisioned himself in that role. So far, Mesquita said he’s fitting right in.
Two weekend series, two splits. That seems to be the early season recipe for Idaho soccer, as the Vandals once again lost their Friday match before winning Sunday.
The University of Idaho approved a new benefit for dependents of UI employees that would waive 50 percent of the student’s tuition, but accepting the waiver means giving up all institutional aid.
Four years can pass in the blink of an eye, especially when you’re doing what you love. That’s definitely the case for Idaho middle blocker Alex Sele, who is starting her last season as a Vandal volleyball player and hoping to go out on top.
Jill Flockhart- Soccer The Vandals went 1-1 on the weekend, falling to Gonzaga and dominating North Dakota State. Flockhart was a bright spot in the Vandal midfield, scoring Idaho’s first goal off of a Megan Lopez assist. The British Columbia native menaced the right flank, providing the Vandals with numerous goal-scoring opportunities. Against NDSU, Flockhart……
Seven-time Tour De France champion Lance Armstrong announced Thursday that he would give up the fight to clear his name of doping charges from the USADA. Armstrong has been hounded by charges for years. He finally decided it’s not worth it anymore and has now left his enemies to accomplish their goal of stripping him……
The Idaho football program spent an entire summer dealing with uncertainty. Who would be the starting quarterback? How well will the new offensive coaches mesh? And whether Idaho will even have a conference home next season.