There is no better combination than chocolate and peanut butter. These sweet and crunchy treats are both delicious and incredibly simple to make. With just a few ingredients and no time at all, these sweet treats will be your go-to snack.
‘Bit by the leadership bug’ — UI student engagement coordinator hired, involvement advocate Hailey Stewart 07.21.2017
Lynsie Clott, the University of Idaho’s student engagement coordinator, has been a Vandal for as long as she can remember.
Leading by example — New Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life begins work at UI Hailey Stewart 07.21.2017
Shawn Dowiak, the new Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Fraternity and Sorority life at the University of Idaho, has been involved with Greek life and helping students further their education in one way or another since he attended college.
Honoring the Arb — UI arboretum provides perfect backdrop for annual concert Hailey Stewart 07.21.2017
On a warm Monday evening in July, the faint sound of bells chimed through the University of Idaho Arboretum.
The freshmen experience — Freshmen year is a time for exploring new interests and finding new friends Hailey Stewart 07.21.2017
Looking back on my freshman year experience, most of my recollections come in the form of snapshots and little flashes of memory. It really is true what “they” say, the first year of college goes by just as quickly as it comes.
Student finances 101 — There’s no need to panic about student loans if you follow these tips Hailey Stewart 07.21.2017
Student loans are a constant source of frustration, worry and regret for most college students – but they don’t need to be. Here’s a list of tips for navigating student loans.
Simply Stylin’ — Harry Styles’ new debut album hits all the marks of post-boyband stardom Hailey Stewart 07.20.2017
I’m just going to say it. Harry Styles is unstoppable. Just over two years ago, Styles and his One Direction bandmates called it quits, breaking the hearts of young teenage girls around the world. And, I’m only a little ashamed to admit that my heart broke a bit too.
Planning UI’s warmest welcome — Palousafest welcomes students new and old, becoming part of UI tradition Hailey Stewart 07.19.2017
When Trista Goodenough was hired as the student summer coordinator for the University of Idaho’s Department of Student Involvement back in April, she was welcomed with a large task and an even larger binder.
Home sweet UIdahome — New UI students will belong to a vandal family, lasting legacy Hailey Stewart 07.19.2017
The fall semester is approaching fast. In just a few weeks, droves of students will return to the Moscow community to gear up for a new semester.
News briefs — 7.5.17 Hailey Stewart 07.05.2017
Moscow Food Co-op comes to campus In fall 2016, the Moscow Food Co-op announced a location for a University of Idaho based co-op. The downtown natural and local grocery store has set plans to begin a satellite store within the UI Campus Christian Center, of which the co-op calls The Center.
Start to finish: 1 hour Servings: 24 These deliciously sweet and tangy cupcakes are perfect for any summer picnic or barbecue. Colorful and filled bright flavors, these summertime cupcakes will not disappoint. Ingredients Cupcakes: Vanilla cake mix One lemon 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract Frosting 5 cups of powdered sugar 1 cup of unsalted butter […]
For many college students, the best aspect of summer is having more free time to spend with friends. And, when paired with warm weather and sunshine, that time is usually spent outside with entertainment and food.
It can be difficult to decide what to wear on a summer day in Moscow. Will it be hot? Will it downpour in the middle of the day? Will a small tornado blow through town when we all least expect it? There is no better way to describe North Idaho weather, especially Moscow weather, than […]
These deliciously sweet and salty brownies incorporate every ingredient but the kitchen sink. With both crunchy and chewy components, this brownie has just about everything imaginable. This quick and simple recipe makes for a tasty sweet treat.
Shine bright like a diner — The Varsity diner brings character and delicious food to Moscow Hailey Stewart 06.21.2017
Remember when there wasn’t a whole lot stationed at the corner of Jackson and Third Street in Moscow? And then, in just a matter of minutes — OK, maybe overnight — a shiny new building appeared, transforming that little corner of land from a pile of dirt into a glimmering new Moscow eatery.
For Brandon Doctor, video gaming is not just a hobby, it is a sort of lifestyle.
Creativity on the Palouse — Local activity center provides fun and creativity during the summer months Hailey Stewart 06.08.2017
In Uniontown, Washington, the Artisans at the Dahmen Barn, a non-profit community creativity center, host a plethora of interesting and creative summer activities. With concerts, art classes, cooking classes and other events, there is something to attend all summer long. Here is a look at some of those activities.
I hate to burst your bubble — It is time to break from political bubbles and find what else is out there Hailey Stewart 06.08.2017
They exist in our towns, our colleges, our social groups, our classes, our families, our social media pages, just about every facet of life — they are everywhere. By “they” I mean political bubbles. That’s right, I’m talking about the seemingly unpoppable and exceedingly restrictive political social bubble that most of us, if not all […]
Summer eating in Moscow —The best places to eat in town during the summertime Hailey Stewart 05.24.2017
Moscow is teeming with local eateries that are often busy and crowded because of their popularity. It can be difficult to get a table on the weekend or sit in a coveted spot outside in the evening when downtown is busy. But, summer is the best time of the year to take advantage of the […]
With a packed car and her two young children in tow, Gina Taruscio remembers driving over the last hill into Moscow and feeling “a strong sense of home” nearly 23 years ago. The executive director of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce’s Partnership for Economic Prosperity said she made the move from Oklahoma to Moscow […]
In my last two years as a college student, I have learned — slowly but surely — how to be an adult of sorts without my mom by my side. Don’t get me wrong, there have been countless phone calls regarding the simple things like recipes, laundry and birthday reminders. I’ve also spent endless hours venting, […]
Animated tragedies — The most tragic animal mom deaths in “happy” children’s movies Hailey Stewart 04.17.2017
Animated children’s movies have a long history of beginning with a tragedy or death, usually involving a character’s mom. To make matters worse, most of those tragic deaths happen to an adorable, loving mother-like character of the animal variety. Considering most animated children’s movies revolve around growing up and being independently adventurous, it makes sense […]