De ja Uber — There is no room for sexism in board rooms 06.21.2017

So here we are again. Something sexist has happened involving Uber. At a board meeting June 13, board member David Bonderman made a tasteless joke about women. Arianna Huffington — the first woman to join Uber’s board — spoke about the recent addition of Wan Lang Martello. Martello, a former CFO of Nestle, will be […]

Prevent versus treat — Preventative care might just save the world 02.27.2017

Throughout my time in public school physical education classes, there were always warm-ups. In middle school P.E. we alternated between a few sets of stretches and ways to get blood flowing better through muscles. My eighth grade health class emphasized how muscles worked and how to prevent injury. At a young age, I began to understand it is much easier to prevent an […]

It’s the little things 01.12.2017

Election years are always rough. Especially after such a divine and nasty cycle, all Americans deserve a better year — regardless of who they voted for. It was a tough year, 2016. Even as the clock ran out on the year, two celebrity deaths and foreign policy drama between President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald […]

Experience Africa — Students, community members pack Africa Night 11.14.2016

Upbeat, African dance music filled the International Ballroom of the Bruce Pitman Center Saturday for Africa Night. The night of food, drumming and dance is organized annually by the African Students Association (ASA). The theme for Saturday’s event was Litawhid, Africa. “Litawhid” is Arabic for unite.

Fast track to graduate — Fall grads put a cap on their time at Idaho 10.21.2016

An arc of balloons greeted soon-to-be University of Idaho graduates during Gradfest Wednesday in the International Ballroom of the Bruce M. Pitman Center. The almost-alumni picked up information about graduation, browsed class ring options and tried on their caps and gowns for the first time. A photographer took photos of students posing with caps and […]

Not interested — No means no, in real life and on the internet 10.21.2016

College is a great time to meet people. Going to college on the Palouse means that students have two colleges of new people to meet. It also makes dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and OKCupid more entertaining because of the sheer amount of people in the area. I use all three of these apps and […]