The University of Idaho is comprised of many students, faculty and staff with stories to tell, and President Chuck Staben said those stories are important to the success of the university. “Let’s tell our story to Idaho and the world,” Staben said. “Our progress has been, and will continue to be, a university-wide effort.”
Some of the best-known names in the jazz world will take the stage for University of Idaho’s 2018 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival Feb. 23 and Feb. 24. Jazz group Joey DeFrancesco + The People were announced in October as the headlining performers for the festival. The group will perform Feb. 24. DeFrancesco, who plays the […]
New draft revisions of the Student Disciplinary Code were presented by four employees at a University of Idaho Faculty Senate meeting. Deputy General Counsel Jim Craig, Dean of Students Blaine Eckles and Faculty Senate Secretary Liz Brandt gave the senate an overview of the changes included in their new proposals.
“Form and Transform” is more than just a theme incorporated throughout the dance pieces in the University of Idaho Dance Program’s fall concert. From “Rising Momentum” in 2015 and “Defining Balance” in 2016, the 2017 concert represents the continuing evolution of the dance program at the University of Idaho.
Recently, two University of Idaho students, an alleged victim and the man accused of assaulting her, sued the school, claiming it mishandling their sexual assault case. The victim alleges in federal court that the school magnified her emotional distress by not providing proper accommodations. The complaint was filed Oct. 12. Her alleged attacker is also […]
According to a University of Idaho University Communications and Marketing memo, an announcement was released by the University of New Mexico that President Chuck Staben is a finalist for the president’s position there. Idaho Public Radio tweeted Staben is one of the five finalists for the position and will visit UNM Oct. 17. According to […]
When students think about homecoming, often they think about football, or maybe reminisce about high school homecoming dances. Homecoming Week marks a spike in school pride and increases student involvement. From Sunday to Saturday, a variety of activities are available for students to participate in, whether these be well-loved Vandal traditions such as Serpentine and […]
Meditation is nothing new to the University of Idaho. As the school year progresses, so do Mindful Meditation sessions.
The Homecoming Parade is an event for the whole Moscow community — not just the university.
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.