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President M. Duane Nellis

KUOI News — Wednesday May 1, 2013

Part two of a two part series about the role of faith in relationships, a bona-fide classified for the now for-sale Vandal Tailgating ambulance, the administration’s decision to allocation of space in the Commons for a student lounge, a recap of vandal track and field’s weekend at the Duane Hartman Invitational, Emily Vaarstra has a mixtape of the……

KUOI News — Wednesday April 4, 2012

 A profile UI’s new interim president Don Burnett, comparing this year’s two Vandal Fridays to previous years, recap of track and field’s performances in two different meets, men’s tennis win at home over Sacramento State, a look at the most peaceful places on campus, Our View on making campus smoke free, and today’s featured artist: Autre Ne Veut and……

WWAMI seats in sight for UI

Senate Bill 1183, which would add five new seats for Idaho to the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho medical program is scheduled to be presented to the Idaho Senate today.

Focus on the future

When asked where someone who attends the University of Idaho can go, President M. Duane Nellis said in his Friday Letter on March 1 that his answer is “anywhere.” The scope of anywhere narrowed for Nellis a few hours later to Lubbock, Texas, when he announced he is the sole finalist for the presidency at……

Moscow police: Wiederrick’s BAC as high as .3 percent

Toxicology reports show University of Idaho freshman Joseph Wiederrick had a blood alcohol content of .17 percent at the time of his death, and could have been as high as .3 percent when he left Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Jan. 20, Moscow Chief of Police David Duke said.

Dean Foltz filling in

The University of Idaho’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences named John Foltz as the new interim dean in December 2012.

In brief 10.19.12

UI faculty, staff background checks to increase To stay in line with University of Idaho President M. Duane Nellis’ goal to keep campus safe, criminal background checks will increase Nov. 1 for potential faculty and staff.

State of salaries

The nationwide economy has put many of Idaho’s budget items on the chopping block during the past few years. With many Idahoans out of work, the salaries of top-paid state employees come under direct scrutiny.