As the semester nears its end, many students look forward to a break before hitting the books again next year. However, for some students, their time in college has come to an end. On Saturday, nearly 600 University of Idaho students celebrated commencement in the Kibbie Dome.
ASUI President McKenzie MacDonald swore in five new ASUI senators — Jessie Smith, Teja Sunku, Samragyee Gautam, Ismael Mendoza and Faustine Moulton.
Choosing where to live and who to live with can be a new and exciting time for students on their way to college.
Santa Claus has been visiting the University of Idaho to take photos with students for years, but not many stop to think, “who is Santa Claus?”
In a new turn on an old idea, the Associated Students of the University of Idaho (ASUI) Senate passed bills planning and funding a series of events next semester called “What’s good Wednesday,” said Senator Nicole Skinner.
As technology becomes ever more present in the education system, the University of Idaho is hosting workshops on how to use the new technology in the classroom.
As of Wednesday, the University of Idaho ASUI Senate has officially gone paperless.
Provost and Executive Vice President John Wiencek presented the Faculty Senate with new ideas regarding centralized advising to alleviate confusion at Tuesday’s meeting. Wiencek said he plans to form a larger group in order to address common confusions. The group will consist of deans, associate deans, student services directors, frontline advisors from the colleges and […]
Women reporters are not a new sight in the journalism field, yet many still face challenges regarding sports media.
Legislative ambassador applications are open from now until November 27th through VandalSync.
Candidates for city council had a lot to say at the Moscow City Election Candidate Forum Oct. 30. The questions that struck up the most responses were the ones on environmental sustainability, water and harassment of the LGBTQA community. Environmental sustainability gave the candidates a chance to voice new opinions on what they want to […]
The University of Idaho chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) will host a panel titled “Women in Sports Media,” 4 p.m. Thursday in Admin 317.
Kathryn Baker, a University of Idaho Ph.D. student in the College of Natural Resources (CNR), sat outside the Integrated Research and Innovation Center on campus trimming chucks of pine branches down to a more manageable size to work with while enjoying a sunny Moscow afternoon. The air around her smelled of pine and the shavings […]