Genes, drugs and mice — UI-led research working to treat brain disease injuries Kyle Pfannenstiel 11.27.2017
Researchers led by a team of students and faculty at the University of Idaho discovered how adult brains may be able to more easily create new neural connections, potentially providing insight for treating neurological diseases and injuries.
A night of tradition — Africa Night celebrates modern style dances and traditions Kyle Pfannenstiel 11.06.2017
For all, Africa Night exemplified the diversity in African culture. For some, it exemplified a shift in African culture.
Inspecting perspective — A formerly gay, now-Catholic speaker provokes comment with his thoughts on the “gay lifestyle.” Kyle Pfannenstiel 10.26.2017
A former gay rights activist — now a Catholic convert — spoke of how his prayers helped him leave the “gay lifestyle” behind at his presentation “How a Former Gay Atheist Found His Place in the Catholic Church,” Wednesday night at the University of Idaho.
The one vote against Indigenous People’s Day — Moscow City Council member Jim Boland speaks about voting against renaming Columbus Day Kyle Pfannenstiel 10.23.2017
All but one Moscow City Council member voted in favor of a request to recognize Indigenous People’s Day.
The initial Vandal Alert notification following the UI Steam Plant explosion in April was issued approximately 50 minutes after the incident, did not include adequate information, and reached 18 percent of users via text message, according to an emergency incident internal review report.
The ingredients for peace — Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi urges peace Kyle Pfannenstiel 10.18.2017
Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi explained the importance on salad’s method of preparation at the 70th annual Borah Symposium Monday. The ingredients of a good salad taste well when tossed or mixed together, Ebadi, the human rights activist and lawyer said through a translator. “Just imagine putting all these ingredients in a blender and […]
A word from someone who spoke up — Anita Hill recited letters from students who listened to her 1991 testimony Kyle Pfannenstiel 10.17.2017
Greater gender representation in judgeships results in a legal system with more trust from the public, said women’s rights icon Anita Hill at a sexual harassment panel last Wednesday.
Ahlquist policy run-down — Tommy Ahlquist speaks on issues Friday at 1912 Center Kyle Pfannenstiel 10.09.2017
Tommy Ahlquist, a Republican gubernatorial candidate, said he hopes to find $100 million inefficiently used in the budget in his first days in office at a speech Friday in the 1912 Center.
‘Twas the night before homecoming —Previewing Friday night’s homecoming event line-up Kyle Pfannenstiel 10.02.2017
University of Idaho students will celebrate the Vandal experience and rally to support the football team beginning 8 p.m. Friday near the golf course for Serpentine to begin a night of homecoming festivities.
‘Regulate these toads out of business’ — Moscow City Council candidates discuss fraudulent renting and holiday renaming Kyle Pfannenstiel 10.02.2017
Moscow mayor candidate Linda Pall spoke of a possible renting agency rating system in a candidate forum last Tuesday night.
A campus for U and I — Black Student Union members express concerns about campus diversity Kyle Pfannenstiel 09.25.2017
The University of Idaho Black Student Union recognizes students are affected by more than just academics, which is why they want to improve racial and ethnic diversity on campus, member and former vice president of the organization, Cynthia Ballesteros said. “Our population has been shrinking (on campus), so we need a space to feel comfortable,” […]