The University of Idaho recently teamed up with Boise State University in a proposal for the Idaho State Board of Education to reestablished alcohol sales on both campuses during sporting and other university events.
Summer presents the perfect opportunity to binge-watch some of your favorite shows, but mix it up musically with some of the best melodic flicks.
Fiction turned fact — “The Handmaid’s Tale” draws parallels to U.S. today Olivia Heersink 06.21.2017
Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” based on the novel by Margaret Atwood of the same name, paints a very terrifying picture of a dystopian America, in which women are severally oppressed and religion ultimately dictates the ways in which society functions.
The University of Idaho’s 2017 Screen on the Green film series has moved tomorrow’s opening film to the International Ballroom of the Bruce Pitman Center due to weather concerns. Screen on the Green will be kicked off with the 2017 production of “Beauty and the Beast.” It will start at 8:45 p.m., and it is […]
Going the extra mile — Moscow man receives Cicerone cerification, becomes beer connoisseur Olivia Heersink 06.08.2017
Ryan Hayes may look like your average bartender at first glance, but a small pin hanging from the Tapped: Taphouse and Kitchen employee’s shirt would suggest otherwise.
News briefs — June 7, 2017 Olivia Heersink 06.08.2017
UI restores Administration Building The University of Idaho shared its plans for the renovation of the Administration Building May 31. According to a news release, both the inside and outside of the Administration Building will be updated throughout the summer.
The University of Idaho announced Thursday it completed an internal review of the rocket fuel explosion that occurred on campus April 13, injuring four students.
Summer is finally here, and Moscow is actually starting to feel like it. As temperatures rise, so do outdoor activities. Whether you’re hosting the ultimate summer party or just hanging out in your backyard, make sure you’re soaking up the sun with some great tuneage.
Bleeding for a cause —Thirty-eight states in the U.S. believe feminine hygiene products are a “luxury,” not a necessity. Olivia Heersink 05.24.2017
Like every woman in the world, I have my own share of period stories. Some are frighteningly embarrassing, while others are strangely hilarious, but most are just annoying. Having a period is definitely tough, but do you know what makes it even worse? Being taxed for it.
Out with the old, in with the new — UI Swim Center closes for summer renovation Olivia Heersink 05.24.2017
The University of Idaho Swim Center will be closed for the duration of the summer as it undergoes a complete remodel, concentrating mainly on replacing the pools’ tile and gutters.
Genesee man accused of stabbing his ex-wife no longer faces attempted murder charge Olivia Heersink 05.12.2017
A Genesee man was charged with aggravated battery with an enhancement for great bodily harm during a preliminary hearing Thursday in the in Latah County 2nd District Court. Eliseo DeLeon Tye was originally charged with attempted first-degree murder and burglary with the intent to commit a felony April 7, after allegedly stabbing his ex-wife, Shelby […]
Shooting for the stars — UI first-generation student lands NASA internship with help of TRiO Program Olivia Heersink 05.05.2017
Justin Ruehl grew up fascinated with space, and said he often found himself daydreaming about worlds beyond his own. It was a curiosity the University of Idaho senior said he couldn’t shake as he got older.
Coming full circle — UI alumni achieves dream of becoming a doctor with honorary degree Olivia Heersink 05.01.2017
In the early spring of 1974, Kenton Bird walked into the University of Idaho Wallace Complex on assignment for The Argonaut. Bird, director of General Education at UI, was sent to cover the ASUI Senate meeting for that week — a task he’d done many times before. But during that particular meeting, a new face […]
Beyond brotherhood — Senior and freshman refugee siblings reflect on time together at UI Olivia Heersink 05.01.2017
George Ngalamulume never truly had his own identity. For the past 19 years, the University of Idaho freshman has been defined by the legacy set by his older brother, Patrick, a UI senior. George said he isn’t discouraged. He finds it motivating — he always has. He said at UI, he is still referred to […]
Passionate, dedicated, meticulous — three words University of Idaho professor Lisette Waits believes best describes her colleague, Jo Ellen Force. “She is one of the most inspiring women I’ve ever worked with,” Waits said. “She’s a great mentor, but an even better friend.” At the end of the semester, Force, a professor and former department head […]
After some debate, the ASUI Senate decided to designate Dance Marathon as their permanent fall philanthropy Wednesday in order to establish consistency and further the event’s success. ASUI Pro-Tempore Mattie Cupps said each semester ASUI must hold a philanthropy event so the organization can be “more visible in the Moscow area.” As the senate’s pro-tempore, […]
Preliminary hearing rescheduled for Moscow man accused of attempted murder Olivia Heersink 04.24.2017
Eliseo DeLeon Tye waived his right to a timely preliminary hearing in court Thursday, to allow defense attorney Catherine Mabbuff more time to prepare.
After an extensive hearing, the ASUI Senate voted against Sen. Danny Bugingo’s impeachment Wednesday, finding that his contributions to the senate outweighed the nature of his rule violation.
To read or to read? — When it comes to reading for fun, there is no question Olivia Heersink 04.19.2017
For a majority of my life I have admired the written word. When I was little, I would grab a flashlight, hide under the covers and spend the entire night reading. As I’ve aged, not much has changed — except the hiding aspect. Reading books helps people to imagine many things which they wouldn’t have […]