Students and community members can join University of Idaho ethnography professor Rodney Frey Sept. 21 as he reveals the process behind the creation of his novel Carry Forth the Stories: An Ethnographer’s Journey into Native Oral Traditions.
“The Dumb Waiter,” is a play of mystery, suspense, and betrayal that will surely keep the audience at the edge of their seats, not knowing what will happen next. The show, written by English playwright Harold Pinter and put on by the University of Idaho Theatre Department, will play this weekend at the Forge Theatre. […]
The University of Idaho is a fairly small and close-knit community. It often seems that the town’s relatively quiet demeanor insinuates nothing bad ever happens. That couldn’t be farther from the truth.
The University of Idaho Theatre Arts Department is presenting a staged reading of Micki Panttaja’s “Conversations of My Mothers” at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Hartung Theater. “Conversations of My Mothers” is about the life of a Swedish immigrant and her descendants during the 1890s. Ariana Burns, stage manager for the production, said the […]
International Vandals from various areas around the world came together in celebration of the new school year last Wednesday. The University of Idaho welcomed international students to campus, both old and new at the International Programs Fall Kick-Off, held at Ghormley park. During the event, coordinators handed out food and designated social events for international […]
Dining has a new name and a new look this year at the University of Idaho thanks to a $2 million investment from Sodexo. “Sodexo, in putting up the capital, they’ve shown us they’re a good business partner,” Assistant Vice President of Auxiliary Services Alan Coker said. “Everyone’s got skin in the game.”
With 3D modeling software and printers, an assortment of mini-computers, a vinyl cutter and even an old-fashioned typewriter, the Making, Innovating and Learning Laboratory (MILL) seems to have a gadget for everyone. Tucked behind tables of tutors and study groups, the open door to the MILL welcomed passers-by to let their creativity fly free at […]
During its busiest week of the year, the first week of the semester, Information Technology Services (ITS) is working to tailor its tech support to different University of Idaho customers, as services for students and faculty split and services for faculty decentralize around campus. The ITS help desk in the Idaho Commons will continue to […]
It’s been a little over a year since the University of Idaho quit using tobacco, with no signs of falling off the wagon. Alcohol and Other Programs Coordinator Brian Dulin and Director of Vandal Health Promotion Emily Tuscho both said they were pleased with the university’s progress over the year following the implementation of the […]
Each time I’ve approached the end of a major phase in my life, I’ve been equipped with a plan. Upon graduating from high school, I planned to study creative writing at a university in London. Instead, I took a year off of school, moved to a different state, and enrolled at the University of Idaho. […]
For incoming freshmen, the beginning of the school year can be a worrisome time. Expectations of what an authentic college experience looks like don’t always match the reality and can often contribute a lot of stress to an otherwise intensely formative time. The roommate When I registered to attend UI my first year my biggest worry […]
Lynsie Clott, the University of Idaho’s student engagement coordinator, has been a Vandal for as long as she can remember.
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 […]
Genesee man to undergo further psychological evaluation A Genesee man charged with aggravated battery with an enhancement for great bodily harm must now undergo further psychological evaluation before an official trial date can be set.
Russell Meeuf has always been fascinated with movies and television. So much so, the University of Idaho professor and self-proclaimed “film nerd” dedicated his career to studying it.
Looking back on my freshman year experience, most of my recollections come in the form of snapshots and little flashes of memory. It really is true what “they” say, the first year of college goes by just as quickly as it comes.
UI to offer film and television studies degree The University of Idaho will now offer a new degree in film and television studies through the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences.
When Trista Goodenough was hired as the student summer coordinator for the University of Idaho’s Department of Student Involvement back in April, she was welcomed with a large task and an even larger binder.
At the launch party of her debut novel “The Principals Behind Flotation” Alexandra Teague stood in front of a pack crowd in local bookstore Bookpeople of Moscow and said, “This is a community all about finishing projects. There’s a reason I’ve had two book launches here.”
Idaho high school students are currently one of the least likely demographics to pursue a college education, the United States Department of Education reports, creating a low postsecondary enrollment across the state. The University of Idaho is not only working to augment its own enrollment, but that of that entire state, in an effort to […]
When she was younger, McKenzie MacDonald, UI’s new ASUI president, changed her mind about her future quite often.
Moscow Food Co-op comes to campus In fall 2016, the Moscow Food Co-op announced a location for a University of Idaho based co-op. The downtown natural and local grocery store has set plans to begin a satellite store within the UI Campus Christian Center, of which the co-op calls The Center.
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.
London Wray always knew she would go to college. She said she chose the University of Idaho for a number of reasons, including the in- state tuition she would receive as an Idaho resident, and the beauty of the campus. “When I first came up to the campus, which was around this time last year, […]