Most news outlets and media agencies have pivoted to video in order to reach a more connected audience. With the rising popularity of podcasts, those same agencies should instead be focused on audio. Over the past 10 years, podcast have experienced dramatic growth as a platform. According a Business Insider report, in 2008 only 9 […]
The 1930s may have been the Golden Age of radio, but for “hams,” amateur radio enthusiasts, connecting with people on frequency bands never gets old.
In today’s show: ASUI passed legislation including veterans of all wars in UI’s non-discrimination clause. – “Making Sense of the Election” from 12:30-1:20 Tuesday in the Commons – Mihaela Karst gives an update on Basketball, Cross Country, Football and Volleyball
In today’s show: Message about voting from Editorial Board – Coverage of F-Word Live Poetry Slam – Recap of Soccer and Women’s Basketball
Today’s show features a look inside the Campus Christian Center. ASUI President Max Cowan plans to help students understand student fees. The University of Idaho Women’s Center will screen the first film, “Suffragette,” of the 2016 Women’s Film Series at 7 p.m. Monday at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.
Garza, the keynote speaker for the University of Idaho”s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, addressed a packed crowd on the fourth floor of the Idaho Commons Friday. University of Idaho President Chuck Staben commissioned a study to better understand why Idaho students aren”t pursuing higher education. There’s also a recap of the weekend’s sports.
The University of Idaho has resources to help with test anxiety. There are tons of events to de-stress oneself during this next week. ASUI pushes to have teachers post grades to Blackboard.
In today’s show we’ve got news on transgender awareness training programs at University of Idaho, coverage of ASUI elections and advice on driving home safely.
Matthew Rueger asked people for their thoughts on a proposed tobacco ban on campus, and how they thought it could affect students.
Scheduled radio dramas provide entertainment The Shadow was an early superhero who started in the 1930s and has appeared in pulp novels, radio dramas and live-action films over the years. Now, local DJ Christopher Delicino is bringing him to Moscow in his early radio drama form.
For this Thursday’s Vandal Voices, Jack Olson talked to students about their Moms’ Weekend plans. He also asked about the rumor that companies in Moscow and Pullman sell more alcohol and condoms during Moms’ Weekend. Is it true? Tune in to find out.
Radio — it survived the television and the Internet.
The second annual Bull Country Community Cares Radio-A-Thon met its $10,000 goal on Oct. 11.
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 […]
The reaction to the tuition hike approved for next year, University of Idaho engineers prepare for this year’s Engineering Design Expo, a new element of the go green movement called up-cycling, the results of women’s golf’s performance at the WAC tournament, a preview of Vandal track and field’s two meets this upcoming weekend, and a profile of Idaho’s pole vaulters […]
A multi-million dollar budget shortfall means another 6 percent tuition increase, the do’s and the don’t’s of Mom’s Weekend, a busy weekend for women’s tennis, a look back at men’s tennis’s tough loss to BYU, a recap of track and field’s performance this past weekend, and Our View on why UI is rapidly losing can’t afford to lose […]
A preview of this year’s “Hempfest” on Saturday, the second part of Katy Sword’s investigation on Idaho’s rape laws explain UI’s role in processing the case, men’s tennis Jose Bendeck is WAC player of the week, a recap of Kyle Barone’s performance in preparation for the NBA draft, the results of UI”s cycle team’s race in Seattle, […]
University officials’ reaction to President M. Duane Nellis’s departure, composting on campus goes on hiatus, the Counseling and Testing Center implements the SMART addiction recovery program, the Athletes of the Week, three Vandals shine on the track at Stanford Invitational, the Moscow Alehouse rekindles it’s relationship with the Couer d’Alene Brewing Company, and today’s featured […]
Idaho legislature passes the health insurance exchange, proposed expansion of the University of Idaho’s WWAMI program,the developing position battles for Vandal football, the Athletes of the Week, Brian Marceau discusses why the invasion of Iraq was a decision the United States should not regret, and today’s featured artist: The Shout Out Louds and their new album “Optica.”
Listen to the three candidates for ASUI president — Fidele Amar, Max Cowan and Jim Martinez — explain their campaign platforms including their proposals for major ASUI policy initiatives on a special edition of KUOI News. The three discuss how the will adress the most pressing issues currently facing students such as financial aid, tuition […]
Taking on sexual assault culture here at the University of Idaho, plans in the works for a new events center on campus, the community’s reaction to the departure of President M. Duane Nellis, men’s tennis continues to climb the national rankings, women’s tennis wins one of two against Montana schools, Our View on Nellis’s departure, […]
Moscow Food Co-Op turns 40, gonorrhea increase on the Palouse, ASUI submits proposal to amend Idaho’s Human Rights Act, Idaho swim and dive’s results at the WAC Championships, Vandal men’s and women’s basketball win against Texas State, Brian Marceau’s strong words for now-former Pope Benedict XVI, and today’s featured artist: Frightened Rabbit and their new album […]
Local businesses prepare for this year’s Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, a look inside the Jazz Festival archives at UI’s library, the financial aspect of UI’s recruiting process, Louisiana Tech takes town both Vandal basketball teams, a final home indoor meet for Idaho track and field, and today’s music provided by Built To Spill, Sharon Jones […]
An update on Joseph Wiederrick’s toxicology report, UI introduces two task forces to address substance abuse and issue’s within Greek Life, Facebook confessional page popularity continues to grow despite university concerns, Vandal men’s and women’s basketball lose to Texas-Arlington, campus’s best bathrooms, and today’s featured artist: STFKR and their new album “Miracle Mile.”
The College of Natural Resources and UI’s Pitkin Forest Nursery receive a $3 million donation, ASUI and the VandalStore consider expanding e-book availability, Vandal track and field sets more records in Seattle, men’s tennis remains perfect, a profile of one of Moscow Police’s finest, Brian Marceau defends eating like a hippie, and today’s featured musical […]