| 03.20.2018


Care about class It is important to attend classes, even when the attendance policy is lenient

  When I returned home from my first winter break my brother asked, “What is the best thing about being in college?” After rolling around a few answers in my head, and checking to make sure my parents were looking away, I said, “I don’t have to go to class.” He was shocked — it was……

Vandalizing the kitchen

A class for the cooking-impaired Will Meyer | Crumbs Whenever I’m missing home, my sentimentality usually has something to do with cooking. Though eating at Bob’s multiple times a day is convenient, food at home is somehow more substantial. Maybe it’s something to do with the tradition, or its constancy in my life over the……

Amending general education assessment

Faculty Senate approves two proposals on general education The University of Idaho Faculty Senate approved a proposal Tuesday to form a General Education Assessment Committee, which would serve as a separate, stand-alone committee focused on general education, said Rodney Frey, senate member from the College of Arts, Letters and Social Science. But, it didn’t pass……

A ‘major’ event

CLASS to host event for students to learn more about majors The College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) will hold a majors fair Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Summit Conference space on the fourth floor of the Idaho Commons. Alexandra Schaar, academic advising specialist with CLASS, said the majors……

Andrew Kersten: a dean with CLASS

New dean opens up, life and hobbies Andrew Kersten, the new dean of University of Idaho’s College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, admits he’s a bit of a nerd.

CLASS seeks new dean

The University of Idaho is seeking a new dean of the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, who will step into the position during the spring semester of 2014.