In the two months since its release, “Wonder Woman” broke the record for most money made by a film with a female director, and made over $700 million worldwide. The film has a 92 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and has received overwhelmingly positive reviews.
In 2013 and 2014, the Moscow Food Co-op released an owner survey to assess the direction in which customer-owners wanted to see the Co-op move. Joe Gilmore, the Moscow Food Co-op IT manager and expansion project manager, said the results of the survey were clear — customer-owners wanted to see more stores, or at least […]
In 2007, the University of Idaho conducted a feasibility study that prompted the first discussion of an idea originally explored 48 years ago — making a space on campus for court sports. The 1969 feasibility study that led to putting a roof over the Kibbie Dome also showed the creation of a basketball pavilion that […]
When she was younger, McKenzie MacDonald, UI’s new ASUI president, changed her mind about her future quite often.
Growing up, I was never as dark as I wanted to be. My mother and her family immigrated to the United States from Central America before I was born, and their skin is significantly darker than mine. When I was young, I applied tanning lotion and laid in the sun for hours. I disregarded sunscreen […]
Detour signs continue to cordon off Sixth Street from Deakin to Asbury. The construction that began at the intersection in late May is the fifth installment of a six-phase project aimed at enhancing the City of Moscow’s sewage collection pipes.
Emily Dickinson has long been known as the poet who didn’t do very much.
The 44th annual Moscow Renaissance Fair didn’t produce much this year — at least not in waste department.
The University of Idaho Theatre Department presents “Sleepy: A Musical,” a tale that accentuates the unceasing battle against an oppressive system. UI’s annual One-Act Play Festival will feature the show at 7:30 p.m. May 5 at the Forge Theater. Tickets are $10 for the general public and free for UI students.
University of Idaho students and locals gathered Wednesday in the Bruce M. Pitman Center to learn Japanese traditions. The UI Women’s Center and Office of Multicultural Affairs partnered to the host this event.
Pursuing two master degrees simultaneously demands balance in student life for University of Idaho graduate student Lindsay Mammone. Mammone, while pursuing an MFA in Studio Art and Theatre Directing, is no stranger to hard work and meeting deadlines, she said.
Is it better to “go with the flow” or to be ambitious? “Going with the flow” has become a copout to real commitment in some cases. It can basically become hoping for the best. It can be a mindset of “whatever happens, happens” or “we’ll see what happens,” which is nice, but it can cause […]
A packed crowd yelled and whooped loudly as the stars took the stage. As those in attendance cheered, lyrics poured into the venue. “I wanna know what love is. I want you to show me.”
Struggling to engage millennials in classical art is common among English teachers, classical musicians and opera singers. University of Idaho senior, soprano singer and music major Karen Hunt wants to show the world operas have messages everyone can easily relate to.
A popular mindset for college students is to continue enduring — doing just enough to get through college in order to attain a nice job and a notable income, to better themselves and find happiness. But they tend to put themselves through the difficulty and drudgery of school without enjoying life and the process along […]
For many students, the end of the semester can be a gauntlet. A nasty mix of agonizing assignments and endless studying for exams complete with a nice touch of all-nighters almost inevitably yields a ridiculous amount of stress.
The University of Idaho may be moving to a plus/minus grading system. Under the system, grades would be scaled in value with the addition of minuses and pluses. An A would remain at a GPA value of 4.0, but an A- would be reduced to a value of 3.7. On the flip side, a grade […]
The University of Idaho will offer a film and television studies degree beginning fall 2017, the first of such programs offered in the state. Russel Meeuf, associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Media (JAMM), will serve as the first director for the film and television studies program. Meeuf said this program is […]
University of Idaho Theatre Department’s “Wendy and Peter: Into Neverland” opens Thursday April 20. The performance can be seen at 7:30 p.m. April 20-22 and 27-29, at 2 p.m. April 22 and April 29 and at 5 p.m. on April 30 at the Hartung Theatre. “Pirates, you need to light a fire under your […]
Four individuals were injured after an explosion occurred in the parking lot of the University of Idaho steam plant at about 9:52 p.m. Thursday night. Vice President of Infrastructure Dan Ewart said the four were transported to Gritman Medical Center — three of them are in stable condition, one is in critical condition. As of […]
JoyRun, a start-up company based in California, brings community members in college towns together with food delivery and instant jobs. After starting in 2015, JoyRun has moved to many college campuses around the country, but the company’s ultimate goal is to expand around the world, according to the website.
Laughter filled the International Ballroom in the Bruce M. Pitman Center, Thursday evening during ASUI’s Vandal Entertainment Comedy Special. Pete Lee, Dino Archie, Matt Newland and their many jokes targeting college students had the audience clapping and laughing.
Otis Kyechee would sign up for every event on campus. He’d attend musicals. He’d order whatever suited his fancy. A Cherokee Indian from Snakenavel, Utah, his indistinct glasses didn’t stop his long, slender face from standing out among his Delta Tau Delta fraternity brothers, all of whom wore bowties for their 1967 class pictures […]
Life can be unpredictable, but there are silver linings
Q: What is your dream job? Dream job Well, if I was able to pick any job ever, I would choose to be a Globe Trekker or some kind of world traveler. — Claire Feed me If I could be anything I’d be a Food Network judge. Does not matter which show. I’m not picky. […]