“A legacy we’ll always prize” is a fitting phrase for the Vandaleers to send off the University of Idaho’s graduating seniors with year after year.
The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre kicked off its month-long festival of films from 1987 Tuesday with a screening of “Planes, Trains and Automobiles.”
Landfills teeming with trash and emitting environmentally toxic gases, are filled with heaps of unnecessary waste — but the Moscow community is fighting back.
Hot on the heels of “Wendy and Peter: Into Neverland,” comes the University of Idaho Theatre Department’s Directing II Spring Theatre Festival, formerly known as the One-Act Play Festival.
The third floor of the University of Idaho Bruce Pitman Center is not just a cluster of hallways and rooms — it is a home, our Student Media home. This place, filled with memories and history, is also filled with our favorite people. Our time in the office — the long hours, days and nights — […]
Mass Effect fans around the world were counting down the minutes until the newest game released. Midnight of March 21 couldn’t come soon enough. However, after the first week, it was glaringly obvious there were problems with “Mass Effect: Andromeda.”
The spring semester often brings mixed feelings. The sun and flowers are happy and create a joyous atmosphere. However, every May brings about a time for goodbyes. This year, it is my turn.
Why can it be so challenging to finish something? It seems much easier to start something rather than finish it. At a certain point in every project, task or dream, it becomes difficult to progress. The initial excitement and motivation dissipates, and the propulsion of momentum subsides. Then the project is halted, the writer’s block […]
In 1982 I circulated a petition on the University of Idaho campus asking that state appropriated funds not be used for athletics. My main argument was that this money should be used solely for academics. A resolution supporting this petition was passed by the Faculty Senate and sent to the UI administration. For four years […]
It is everyone’s responsibility to stop sexual violence, resources for survivors are available
Purchase of Independent brings to question editorial independence
Q: If you wrote under a pseudonym, what would it be and why? Julius Pepperwood “A man with nothing, risking everything to feel something.” — Josh Regina Phalange They named a plane part after me. I’m important. — Mihaela Rite Swell Say it fast. Again. Again. You’ll get it eventually. — Erin Ransom Bronte Bronte, […]
Michael Huffstutler, a broadcast and digital media senior, will dispay his short film, Wristbands, at the Kino Short Film Festival. After getting his first degree in psychology, Huffstutler realized his passion was in cinema, so he returned to the University of Idaho to learn more about it. “I always wanted to make movies, but I […]
At the University of Idaho students are required to live on campus during their first year. This almost always means joining either the Greek or RHA communities, and many students stay for multiple years. Both these communities interact closely with the university on policies involving student conduct, leadership structure, housing requirements and many more that […]
The Vandal family is a large one. With at least 125 years of history, the student and staff populations have showcased their diversity over the decades. That diversity led to the development of an inclusive environment at the University of Idaho that was recently recognized by the SR Education Group. The organization listed UI as […]
“Horizon: Zero Dawn” is a massive adventure
“Moonlight” wins Best Picture for its look at several controversial topics
UI hosts the 16th annual climbing festival
Senior theater student at UI named alternate in directing competition at theater festival
UI Theatre Performance student takes alternate to first place for acting at theater festival
Ingredients 1 pound Italian sausage, browned 1 onion, chopped 2 large carrots, chopped 2 stalks celery, chopped 4 cloves of garlic, minced 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning 2 teaspoons chicken bouillon powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 4 cups chicken broth 1/4 cup cornstarch mixed with 1/4 cup water Three 12-ounce cans evaporated milk One 12-ounce package of […]
Dear Reader, I am a recovering anorexic. I am not fully recovered, nor will I ever be. However, I am at a point in my recovery — and a point in my life — where I feel like I can share my story. My story isn’t the same as anyone else because every person who […]
Univeristy of Idaho community: Our founding fathers lived through times as filled with social turmoil as ours. They recognized the problem of social peace was not to be solved politically, but that the answer lies in the human heart. Appeal must be made to the natural law accessible to all people everywhere. Men were exhorted […]
After a recent remodel, Stax’s facelift looks great
University of Idaho students expand their education through travel