| 03.21.2018

Karter Krasselt

Drones, phones and autonomous vehicles

UI Library to host annual GIS Day event Wednesday Technology is advancing, and the further it develops, the more people Global Information Systems (GIS) affects, said Bruce Godfrey, GIS librarian at the University of Idaho. With so much talk about cell phone tracking, positioning systems and drone technology, more and more people are becoming interested……

Election Day lowdown

Where to vote, how to register on Election Day in Moscow Millions of Americans will head to their local voting booths Tuesday to voice their opinions and vote in the midterm elections. Latah County residents will vote on many public offices including governor, U.S. senator, U.S. representative, attorney general, secretary of state and Latah County……

Enrollment down

For the third year in a row, total student enrollment for fall semester is down, the University of Idaho reported Thursday.

Community cause

Applications extended for Make a Difference Day From carving pumpkins with senior citizens to planting trees, each year hundreds of University of Idaho students sign up for Make a Difference Day.

Start the weekend right

At the end of a tough week of midterms, University of Idaho students are looking to celebrate. With Homecoming Weekend upon Vandals everywhere, the Homecoming Committee has been hard at work planning the annual Serpentine and Bonfire Rally, both of which will begin at 8 p.m. Friday.

Testing center receives certification

The Counseling and Testing Center receives NCTA certification According to the National College Testing Association, the Counseling and Testing Center is an unsung hero at the University of Idaho. Holding contracts with more than a dozen different testing companies, it’s the only place to take a multitude of standardized tests without having to drive to……

Getting ahead

Annual Job, Internship, and Grad School Fair to jumpstart student careers With so much emphasis on obtaining a degree, college students sometimes forget employers are not only looking for academic achievement, but also real-world experience. The University of Idaho Career Center wants to remind students of this fact by hosting the annual Job, Internship and Grad School……

Party with pops

New downtown event brings community together Sometimes Moscow may feel like two separate towns — the city itself and the University of Idaho. City of Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert is hoping to change that feeling with the first-ever Vandal Town Block Party.

Memorial Gym weight room no more

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story inaccurately defined who could use the Student Recreation Center for free. For the few people that used the Memorial Gym Weight Room over the last four years, its removal will simply mean a change in location for their daily exercise. The weight room, located on the first floor of the……

Epps dismissed from team

After a disappointing 1-11 season last year, Vandal football fans were starting to think the only way to go was up. At least this was the case until Sunday afternoon, when Coach Paul Petrino announced the dismissal of top receiver Dezmon Epps from the team. Epps, who led the team last season in receptions with……


Gemini 5/21-6/21 They’re renaming Dead Week in your honor. This treacherous week will forever more be known as Nap Week.

Gone with the wind

Kite sports are considered to be some of the most extreme of the extreme sports, according to Daniel Joseph Zenner, a faculty member in the Department of Movement Sciences at the University of Idaho. Although not widely recognized in our immediate area as a popular choice of hobby, Zenner is trying to change that.