Alycia Rock

Nixing neutrality

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.

KPAC receives restoration grant

The Kenworthy Performing Arts Center received more than $35,000 in a grant from the Inland Northwest Community Foundation and the Idaho Heritage Trust to preserve the historic building.

Building the sky

A tall, wooden cone reaches to the skylight in the corner of the Art and Architecture South studio. A small building model lies on the floor of its dimly lit interior.

A city of boxes — Family Promise hosts first box city fundraiser to raise awareness about homelessness

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……

CLASS seeks new dean

The University of Idaho is seeking a new dean of the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, who will step into the position during the spring semester of 2014. 

UI students dig up history

Thirty miles east of Kooskia, the Clearwater National Forest of North Idaho hides a World War II internment camp where University of Idaho students and researchers spent their summer digging up history.

Saving lives one swab at a time

When Theta Chi president Cody Lopez first got his cheek swabbed at a University of Idaho event in November of 2012, he had no idea that he would eventually be chosen to save a child’s life by donating his bone marrow. 

Mix-Tape — Politics Schmolitics

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……

Expo highlights engineering projects

Graduating engineering students will showcase their capstone design projects in the Student Union Building ballroom on Friday afternoon, marking the end of another year of hard work and determination.

Family Promise day center secured

Homeless, poverty-stricken families with children will soon have a daily address, thanks to an agreement between Family Promise of the Palouse and Gritman Medical Center.

Moscow beautification project advances

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.