Last year, the Idaho legislature decided on the balance of power between Idaho state and local government as to who would have control over the citing hydraulic fracturing, according to Associate Professor and 2013 Law Symposium Faculty Adviser Stephen Miller.
Aries 3/21 – 4/19 Your new culinary perfection? Two marshmallow Peeps in the microwave on high for 12 seconds. No more, no less.
For Christa Davis, KRUMP started three springs back at a national conference in San Diego, Calif. But for Thomas Johnson, aka Tommy the Clown, it began more than 20 years ago.
Aquarius 1/20 – 2/18 Be an anti-Cupid this year. Go around with a Nerf blaster toy bow-and-arrow and shoot all the couples who publically adore each other. Just don’t get caught.
For Valentine’s Day there are millions of ways to say, “I love you,” but none stack up to food. Get ready to blow the mind of your Valentine with a food-made gift. They’re likely to stick around after this … at least until their food supply diminishes.
One and a half years ago, Quinn Hatch was studying at the University of Idaho, typing a screenplay on his laptop.
It’s been four weeks of classes, and four weeks of stress. Take some time to focus on what really matters, beyond classwork –yourself. This mix is great for lying in bed and reflecting on life. Use it like a bit of musical therapy.
Capricorn 12/22 – 1/19 Sleeping in ‘til 3 p.m. may sound like a good idea on the weekend, but you will regret it come Monday, during your 8 a.m. class.
An expected 448 seniors will stroll across stage, shake hands and smile to celebrate their graduation during Saturday’s Winter Commencement.
Putting a sticky note of holiday desires on your parents’ fridge is a thing of the past. Sharing your wishlist online gives the opportunity for not only your parents, but your friends and extended family members to know exactly what you want this season.
Midterms are well over, but it seems as if things haven’t had a chance to slow down. Plus, the last time University of Idaho students had a day off was Sept. 3. This mix should tide you over until Thanksgiving break — providing you with peaceful sounds to sleep, meditate or bust a yoga move……
Don’t let Halloween-party guests fall asleep to “Carrie” or “Friday the 13th.” Keep them alive and alert with spooky-shaped snacks. These recipes have room for error and creativity. Pull out the apron and get to cookin’ tasty treats that would satiate even the hungriest of zombies.
Scorpio 10/23 – 11/21 The cold weather is freezing your toes. Watch your step, as a scraped knee may lead to a vampire’s slip-up. Yum.
Since going trayless, University of Idaho Campus Dining has saved 250 gallons of water every day, Bob’s Place Manager Dimon Johnson said.
Dave Ahdoot and Ethan Fixell have been around the dating block a time or two — 200 times to be exact.
Libra 9/23 – 10/22 Yes, it’s getting cold outside. No, don’t pull out the Uggs.
Eating out with friends can be one of the best weekend pastimes, whether sharing a plate of nachos, splitting a beer pitcher or laughing over the latest football woes. But for the vegan or vegetarian friend, it also creates a mealtime challenge: Where’s the veg?
Virgo 8/23 – 9/22 There are too many freshmen, too much homework, not enough sleep. You deserve a lollipop.
Brandon Guzman stood above the clouds, 8,000 feet above sea level, planting trees and gathering seeds to restore a native bird population on the mountainside of Mauna Kea in Hawaii.
The North Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children University of Idaho Student Affiliate celebrated a nationwide Week of the Young Child with an event dubbed Change for Children and raised $163 of student funds Wednesday outside the Idaho Commons. NIAEYC-UISA President Samantha Watson said the money is distributed to its Idaho affiliate for……
Preparation and staging for a 20-foot, seed-like art piece began April 13 as part of a public art installation at the Wren Welcome Garden.
Finals Fest 2012 will spotlight rap artist Childish Gambino and sex columnist Dan Savage as part of May’s Vandal Entertainment series.
Nearly 10 million people live on the world’s 148th largest land mass, and Haiti hurts for food.
Three University of Idaho faculty, staff and administrative members were awarded Athena’s Women of the Year Award.
It’s nearing midnight on Sunday before your final exam. Coffee in hand, you decide to go through your Spanish flashcards one more time. A three-week-old email from your Spanish instructor sits in your inbox, reminding you to fill out her instructor evaluation before the clock strikes 12 a.m. Your caffeine-surged hand shakes as you close……