Robert Wrigley, an English professor and poet at the University of Idaho, said you don’t always need to explain love, but sometimes you need to talk about it.
Nixing neutrality Alycia Rock 02.18.2014
The Internet has been relatively unregulated since its inception, but that could now change after a federal appeals court struck down the Federal Communications Commission ruling of net neutrality Jan. 14. Now paying different prices for different Internet services is a distinct possibility.
A web-based, digital evolutionary tree developed by James Rosindell and Luke Harmon, University of Idaho faculty in biological sciences, is helping biology professor David Tank, and others, explore the mysteries of plant evolution.
The Bootlegger Bottle — UI alumni start Ruckus Fermentation Company, seek to get Bootlegger Bottle invention on market by summer 2014 Alycia Rock 12.12.2013
The Bootlegger Bottle will allow anyone to ferment any sugary juice into alcohol in 18 to 24 hours — and it’s reusable for five months.
A different way to give — Fifth annual Alternative Giving Market of the Palouse benefits 30 local nonprofits Alycia Rock 12.05.2013
The fifth annual Alternative Giving Market of the Palouse, hosted at the Prichard Art Gallery, took place Wednesday during the Light up the Night holiday parade. The AGMP is an alternative to holiday gift giving that supports a variety 30 local nonprofit organizations, including Alternative to Violence on the Palouse, Sojourners’ Alliance, Moscow […]
A city of boxes — Family Promise hosts first box city fundraiser to raise awareness about homelessness Alycia Rock 09.23.2013
Family Promise of the Palouse presented the first Cardboard Box City fundraising event Sept. 20, to increase awareness about homelessness in the area. The event required participants to spend the night outside, with nothing but handcrafted cardboard boxes for shelter. Lindsey Rinehart, executive director of Family Promise on the Palouse, said the goal was ultimately […]
Honor, safety — Katy Benoit Safety Forum focuses on happy, safe relationships Alycia Rock 09.09.2013
The University of Idaho will host the second annual Campus Safety Week, with training and forums designed to inform students and keep them secure and happy through the school year.
The Bank Left Gallery and Bistro will present 16 of the Palouse Women Artists and their work starting Saturday. The show features 32 pieces, which use a wide variety of mediums.
Staying connected — Alumni association programs accessible for Vandals, no dues required Alycia Rock 08.29.2013
The University of Idaho Alumni Association is an organization no different than any other in the country — except that they do not collect dues from participants.
Waiver revisions — Policy revision gives UI dependents both tuition waiver and scholarship Alycia Rock 07.23.2013
Last year, the employee dependent tuition waiver allowed students of university employees attend school at half of tuition price — but they could not accept any additional institutional scholarships. This year, that changes. According to Keith Ickes, Executive Director of Planning and Budget at UI, a student may now accept any combination of aid as […]
Mix-Tape — Politics Schmolitics Alycia Rock 06.25.2013
If you’ve been paying attention to politics or the news at all in the last few months, then you must be aware of the most recent, impactful and hopefully unforgettable story. Leaked documents, courtesy of Edward Snowdon, a former NSA contractor, officially proved that the government’s reach into digital lives is boundless. Whether you think […]
Local businesses, farmers share street — Farmers Market made permanent move to Main Street Alycia Rock 05.30.2013
Every Saturday morning, Main Street is transformed into a lively street affair of local growers and craft vendors, sharing space with businesses and pedestrians.
The Student Union Building Gold Room hosted the first of five student loan repayment workshops Tuesday evening, hoping to give seniors with student loans a break on repayment stress.
This spring’s graduating MFA students have their artwork on display at the Prichard Art Gallery. The exhibit runs from April 12 until May 4.
Red Bull gives you wings, or, wheels this time–Teams of three Greek gladiators race handmade chariots for last week’s Vandal Friday event Alycia Rock 04.08.2013
Teams of three raced homemade vehicles for Red Bull and Vandal Friday Thursday night, unofficially bridging the gap between Greek and Residence Life students.
Students and community members alike had a literal taste of India and a glimpse of traditional dance during the annual India Night event Sunday in the University of Idaho Student Union Building ballroom.
It’s been 15 years since the City of Moscow has attempted any significant effort to beautify its entryways. Now, Bill Belknap, community development director for the City of Moscow, said the Moscow City Council seeks to develop a plan to improve the city’s aesthetic appeal.