The 11th annual Living Learning Communities (LLC) Oktoberfest brought students together to take in one of the first official days of fall with German-themed food and festivities.
Q: What is the best way to cure a pesky cold? Sleep it off Nothing helps me more when I’m feeling under the weather than a long night’s sleep or nap in my big comfy bed. — Savannah Gold Bears to the rescue When I notice I’m feeling sick, I grab a bag of Gold […]
With so much news and media being thrown in our faces each day, it is certainly no small wonder that few can keep up with absolutely everything going on in the world. Giving up and choosing to be ignorant of all news and media and general, however, is downright shameful.
If you have never been hit with what many call the “Moscow plague,” it is more than likely you know someone who has. The best time of the year has rolled around to Moscow once again — the time when the sound of coughing and sniffling fill classrooms. The last thing anyone needs is to […]
The 1920s silent film “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” will be on screen at 7 p.m. Sept. 28 at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, accompanied by a live orchestra.
Vandal Overnight Games will be Sept. 30 in the University of Idaho Commons and Teaching and Learning Center. This is the seventh Vandal Overnight Games held by the UI Information Technology Services (ITS) department as a community outreach gaming event. The event is open to all UI students and members of the community and is […]
Meditation is nothing new to the University of Idaho. As the school year progresses, so do Mindful Meditation sessions. Mindful Meditation is a 20-minute session run by Jamie Derrick, a University of California Los Angeles trained mindfulness instructor and clinical faculty member at UI. Sessions are free to students and faculty and take place Wednesdays […]
The “Vandal Traditions” exhibition at the Third Street Gallery takes audiences into the life of being a Vandal, from as early as the 1910s. The exhibition, a compilation of memorabilia and trophies throughout the history of University of Idaho, is the product of a collaboration between several departments within the university.
On the surface, art and science might not seem to have much in common. David Roon, instructor and program lead for Ecology and Conservative Biology, brought this up in his lecture “Leonardo’s Children: Creative Synergy at the Art-Conservation Interface” Sept. 19.
Many children have no idea what they want to be when they grow up, but for Dan Auerbach, music has always been a way of life. Auerbach, assistant professor of music at the College of Stanton Island, will be teaching a free masterclass Monday, Sept. 25 at 2:30 p.m. in the Lionel Hampton School of […]
Vandal Overnight Games will be Saturday, Sept. 30 in the University of Idaho Commons and Teaching and Learning Center. This is the seventh Vandal Overnight Games held by the UI Information Technology Services (ITS) department as a community outreach gaming event. The event is open to all UI students and members of the community and […]
Faculty Senate focused last week’s Tuesday meeting around the recently released program prioritization evaluations and special orders regarding the Great Colleges to Work For survey and the International Programs office. In the chair’s report, Patrick Hrdlicka reported that he has received positive feedback from faculty regarding the bulleted list of key talking points he has […]
People marching silently Thursday during Take Back the Night did not hear much besides traffic’s humming engines, creaking brakes and the piercing blows of a whistle. The whistle screeched every two minutes to signify how often sexual assault occurs in America, said Bekah MillerMacPhee, University of Idaho’s Women’s Center’s assistant director for programs.
The International Film Series will finish 2017 with a bang, presenting a different independent, foreign film for each remaining month of 2017 at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.
It’s uncommon to see many cafes opened past 6 p.m. on any given night, but after 9:30 p.m. Saturday Sept. 16, Bucer’s Coffeehouse Pub is filled with the sounds of a crowd softly singing along to local guitarist Eric E.’s cover of “Hey There Delilah.”
Former UI athlete Adara Winder has been charged with misdemeanor prostitution. Winder, 24, and a 29-year-old probationer exchanged messages on Craigslist regarding an ad soliciting the sale of sex posted by Winder, said Moscow Police Department Captain Roger Lanier. “A probationer had some stuff on his phone that were exchanges with Ms. Winder,” Lanier said. […]
The ASUI Senate officially swore in its newest six senators during their meeting last Wednesday. Pro-Tempore Jordan Kizer and Sen. Zachary Spence encouraged new senators to not be afraid to voice their opinions, and that the senate is a place for learning. “Speak up, and have your voice heard,” Kizer said. “You can’t make yourself […]
Women employed in staff and faculty at the University of Idaho can find support in each other though Athena. Founded in 1987, Athena is an organization promoting support and opportunities for professional women across campus. “Athena is an organization for professional women at the University of Idaho who have jobs on campus. It’s not for […]
The students of Freeman High School in Spokane, Washington, experienced an event students often start preparing for in elementary school. Students are taught what to do, where to go, how to act — but preparing for an event and actually experiencing the event are two different things.
Students and community members can join University of Idaho ethnography professor Rodney Frey Sept. 21 as he reveals the process behind the creation of his novel Carry Forth the Stories: An Ethnographer’s Journey into Native Oral Traditions.
When Josh Shpak was nine years old he picked up a trumpet for the first time, and by the time he was in the seventh grade, he knew there was nothing he would rather do with his life than play music. Shpak, an accomplished trumpeter, composer and bandleader, will be competing in the 2017 Carmine […]
The Living Learning Communities will host their 11th annual Oktoberfest celebrations in the LLC Courtyard from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 23. Housing and Residence Life Area Coordinator David Prinz said people can expect a lot of fun and games, good food and a chance to mingle with people within the residence hall community. […]
University of Idaho senior Claire Majors didn’t set out to travel thousands of miles across continents when she signed up for the UI Humanitarian Engineering Corps (UI-HEC) at Palousafest three years ago. “They caught my attention with a big map of Bolivia they had at the table,” Majors said.
ASUI Vandal Entertainment presented two well-known comedians at Comedy Night Sept. 14. Jessi Campbell and Sara Schaefer took the International Ballroom stage at the Bruce M. Pitman Center and the attention of students and staff with their comedic antics and improvisational skills.
Between the lack of kitchen space in the residence halls and the challenges of finding healthy food that fits into a student budget, cooking as a college student can be difficult. University of Idaho Campus Dietician Marissa Rudley said she is excited to teach her ninth season of “Vandalizing the Kitchen” classes. Partnering with the […]