Argonaut 1996

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December 6th, 1996 Photo (pg 4, c1). Moscow breaks ground for tech park; Character top priority in the workplace; Officer warns students about date rape drug; Chipman Palouse Trail needs funds (p3); President, senators bid farewell (p3); 3-1 Vandals ready for tough weekend (p8); Huskies avenge last year’s loss to Vandals (p8); AKLs place third in San Diego (p9); Happiness is no tan lines (p18);
Graphology; Tech Park; Alturas Technology Park; Career Services; Rohypnol; Rape; Date rape; Sexual Assault; Chipman Palouse Trail; ASUI; ASUI president; ASUI Senate; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Alpha Kappa Lambda; Nudity
January 16th, 1996 Many ways to celebrate MLK Jr. Day in Moscow; Calling plan proposal upsets Moscow customers; Quitting tobacco easier in numbers; Number of local reports increase in 1994-95 (p3); Alzheimer’s Disease: Deadly killer remains at large (p4); Greek Adiser gears up for new semester (p6); Federal government releases updated dietary guidelines (p6); Many troubled teens need help in Nampa (p8); Misunderstood animal studied at WSU (p18); Cross country skiing: An adventure (p20); Broncos prevail in overtime thriller (p21); Bengals, Broncos hand UI road losses (p22)
MLK Day; Telephone service; Smoking; Crime; Alzheimer’s Disease; Greek system; Dietician; Wolves; Cross country skiing; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
January 19th, 1996 Accounting department offers new degree; Exchange students seek Moscow homes; New technology requires changes in addressing mail; WWP cuts gas and electric rates; New recruiting policy intended to curb athlete violence (p3); Dole: Just like visiting old friends when he visits Idaho (p3); New weight loss program for students (p4); Police ask forensic experts to help identify owner of lost testicles (p5); Jackman runs roughshod over Cal-Poly (p10); Former UCLA quarterback transfers to Idaho (p10); “Top Girls” to compete regionally (p18)
Accounting Department; Exchange students; Mail; Intramural sports; Dole, Bob; Diet Plan; Crime; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Football; Theater
January 23rd, 1996 Some students doubt financial aid eligibility; IEEE welcomes transferring students, faculty from BSU; Senate to discuss on-line elections; New doctor helps Student Health Services (p3); Professor retires after 23 years at UI (p4); Help available for pregnant women (p5); Dole makes good impression (p6); Enrichment Program provides adventures in sea kayaking (p13); Vandals fall in non-conference action (p15); Idaho pummels Eagles in Cheney (p15); Kuehlthau still thrives as a Vandal (p16);
Financial aid; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; ASUI elections; Student Health Services; UI Enrichment Program; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
February 2nd, 1996 Now is the time to look for a career; Students can learn to fly high in Enrichment Program; Senate focuses on presidential search; GEM sales up despite national trends; Rankin gives his side on the 1 Percent Initiative (p3); Students’ spiritual needs met on campus (p4); Eating disorders can be screened locally (p4); Team Idaho meets for second year (p5); Idaho hopes winning road is in Montana (p10); Bad Boy has been all good for Vandals (p10); Bobcats, Grizzlies make annual trek to Palouse (p11); Northwest tracksters set to invade Kibbie Dome Saturday (p12)
UI Enrichment Program; Career Services; ASUI candidates; Gem of the Mountains; Idaho State Property Owners Association; One percent tax initiative; Baptist Student Ministries; Student Counseling Center; Team Idaho; Greek system; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Football; Track and Field; Volleyball
February 6th, 1996 Frozen pipe bursts, swamps Kibbie Dome; Beeper system used to deter attackers on campus; Winter weather a serious health issue; Presidential field narrows to seven candidates (p3); PCEI stays busy with variety of local projects (p3); Naskali passionate about Arboretum (p9); Idaho stuns Montana State 80-72 (p11); McDaniel emerges as quiet star for Vandals (p11); Idaho’s road woes continue in Montana (p12);
Kibbie Dome; Track and Field; Rape; Student Health Services; Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute; State Board of Education; Candidate; Arboretum; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
February 9th, 1996 Rain, melt make Moscow ‘waterworld’; UI offers new major in crime and justice studies; Hospice goes beyond words to give love to dying (p3); Slime hits Latah County libraries (p3); Bookstore offers book scholarships (p4); Senate concerned about expenses, image (p5); Vandals look for revenge (p13); Road skid on mind of UI women (p13); Chiwira brings high goals to Idaho (p14); Vandal football brings in 26 new recruits (p14); UI students help make program go (p15); American Indian Dancers coming to Pullman (p24);
City of Moscow - weather; Flooding; Crime and Justice Studies; Chemistry Club; Latah Health Homecare and Hospice; Bookstore; ASUI; Men’s Basketball; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Football; City of Moscow - parks and rec; American Indian Dance Theatre
February 13th, 1996 Falling ice blamed for transformer failure, blackout; Peers to teach each other about HIV/AIDS prevention; Annual media fair focuses on educational uses of technology; Recent weather challenges drivers (p3); Idaho celebrates Passenger Safety Awareness Week (p4); IRS eases frustration of filing federal tax returns (p5); Catch a glimpse of New Zealand (p15); In-state rivals drop Vandals (p18); Vandals earn split down south (p19); Adjustment has been easy for Turner (p20);
City of Moscow - weather; Blackout; AIDS Awareness; Flooding; National Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week; Tax returns; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Basketball, women
February 16th, 1996 UI may need another sorority; Ski team, literary digest get funds from senate; Ag College holds Career Day; UI residents targets of obscene calls; International symposium to be held on the Internet (p3); World Wide Web provides opportunities for essay writers (p3); Moscow recovers from flooding (p4); Students want it all in Recreation Center (p4); Program aims to keep women SAFE (p5); Cougars best Vandals in Border Battle II (p11); Tracksters compete tonight (p12); Vandals head to Cheney Saturday (p12); Big city man big hit for Idaho (p14); Clark delivers message with authority (p27); Distinguished writer visits campus (p28);
Greek system; ASUI; Ski team; Career Day; College of Agriculture; Sexual harassment; Phone; Residence Hall Association; International Symposium on Mine Simulation; Department of English; Flooding; City of Moscow - weather; Recreation Center; Women’s Center; Sexual Assault; Rape; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Clark, Joe; Hillman, Brenda; Distinguished Visiting Writer
February 21st, 1996 - Jazz Festival Issue Craig determined to halt Canadian lumber imports; Cuts kill Vandal TV coverage; Genders learn to talk to each other; Students form National Education Association chapter (p3); Professors want more access to Internet (p3); UI faculty have chance to teach abroad (p4); Prize money offered for public service announcements (p4); ‘96 Graduates can look forward to good job prospects (p5); Reeves ready to perform for festival (p13); Jones Brothers to reunite at festival (p14); Bromberg lends strings, expertise to Hampton (p15); Nadeau speaks on grizzlies (p21); Campus Parking scarce due to Jazz Festival (p22); Idaho gets back on track at Eastern’s expense (p25); Road woes continue at Eastern (p27); Vandals qualify several in weekend meet (p28)
Canadian lumber; Craig, Larry; KUID; Idaho Public Television; Athena; Women’s Center; Student National Educational Association; Computer Services; ASUI; Study abroad; American College Health Association; Journal of Career Planning and Employment; Career Planning; Reeves, Dianne; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Jones Brothers; Brian Bromberg; Department of Fish and Game; Fish and Game; Nadeau, Steve; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Track and Field
February 23rd, 1996 Speaker gives historical Nicaraguan perspective; Call to safety: Sounding the alarm; More campus cops needed; Closing the gate on intruders; UI, WSU Students taking longer to graduate (p3); WSU looking at four year guarantee plan (p3); HIV/AIDS task force gears up for spring (p4); Idaho goes cold against NAU (p10); Vandals lose yet another in Flagstaff (p10); Oregon native Hathaway soaring in Idaho (p12); Hamp’s gala concert kicks off Festival (p18);
Coalition for Central America; ASUI; Sexual Assault; Assault; Rape; Campus Security; Campus cops; Security; Graduation; Washington State University; WSU; AIDS Awareness; Student Health Services; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival
February 27th, 1996 Hamp puts on another great show; Balanced Budget Amendment seeks to end direct student loans; Parking sparse in light of festival; Philosophy professor broadens his horizons (p3); East meets West in holistic fitness ideas (p3); Student diagnosed with meningitis (p4); Moscow gets relief for flooded sewer (p4); Outdoor rental office has much to offer (p12); Wildcats find shooting touch, down Vandals (p14); Injury bug bites Idaho women in loss (p14); Belgrave leaves island for Idaho (p15); Stone living a dream here at Idaho (p17);
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Student loans; Parking; Gier, Nick; Department of Philosophy; Exercise; Non-Impact Athletics; Student Health Services; Meningitis; Flooding; City of Moscow - weather; Outdoor Program Rental Office; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field
March 1st, 1996 Speakers share their ‘Entangled Lives’; Branen addresses student, staff issues; Technology park might keep business in Moscow-Latah area; Lunch and Learn provides information on U.N. (p3); Greeks help parents visit newborn in Boise (p3); New program makes foreign exchange inexpensive (p3); Fugue hopes to join Student Media (p4); UI Foundation elects new president (p4); Fire in Moscow Hotel contained (p5); Bobcats win thriller (p11); Hilbert takes over UI men’s volleyball club (p11); Indoor champions set in Bozeman (p12); New Hartung play a ‘spiritual experience’ (p18); Mardi Gras comes to life tomorrow (p18);
Race relations; University Presidential candidates; Technology; Lunch and Learn; U.N.; United Nations; Greek system; Interfraternity Council; American Institute for Foreign Study; Student Media; Fugue; Park, Lonnie; Chapman, Dolores; UI Foundation; Moscow Hotel; Volleyball, men’s; Volleyball; Theater; Blithe Spirit; Mardi Gras; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
March 5th, 1996 Outlet clothing store comes to Renaissance Mall; Personal training gains acceptance; Summer Programs prepares for spring registration; AIDS group searches for fundraising fellow (p3); Arthritis not just a disease of elderly (p4); Outdoor activities affect environment (p12); Off-season good for equipment maintenance (p12); Idaho pulls together to make tourney (p14); Vandal men capture third at indoor finale (p14); Women’s season comes to an end as Lady Vandals lose to Montana and Montana State (p15); Gardner proves to be emotional leader (p16);
Renaissance Mall; Down East Outfitters; Exercise; Exercise Program; Summer Programs; AIDS Awareness; Arthritis; Outdoor activities; Forest Service; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
March 8th, 1996 Candidate Wildenthal wants growth, excellence for UI; Administration researches four-year graduation options; Student fee increase proposed for next year; Student leaders receive awards; Local YWCA changes name but not mission (p3); Faculty discusses plus, minus grading (p3); Health officials breathe sigh of relief (p4); RHA plans root beer rendezvous (p5); Vandals shock Griz 72-67 in BSC tourney (p10); Big expectations abound for Big West (p10); Spring intramural season set to kickoff (p11); International afternoon a success (p20); Schulte: A woman of many cultures (p20); Fugue hits the road (p30)
University Presidential candidates; Washington State University; WSU; Graduation; Tuition; Tuition raise; Student Achievement Awards; YWCA; Grades; Student Health Services; Residence Hall Association; Root beer; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; International Afternoon of Culture, Costume, and Cuisine; Fugue
March 12nd, 1996 Presidential candidates state their cases; Spinning class, equipment comes to Moscow gym (p3); Stereotypes alive, strong in science fields (p4); Traveling with drugs can lead to disaster (p4); Groups espouse ‘safety first’ message for spring break (p6); Environmental group angry with Clearwater timber report (p7); Antlers can serve many functions (p12); Cravens out at Idaho (p14); Bobcats end Vandals’ season (p14);
University Presidential candidates; Exercise; Pure Energy; Spinning; Sexism; Drugs; Travel; Spring break; AIDS Awareness; Clearwater Biodiversity Project; Deer antlers; Basketball; Men’s Basketball
January 26th, 1996 UI to participate in federal drug testing program; Radon in our homes; Senate searches for visibility; Delta Sigma donates $1500 to IFC; Banner system unites department databases (p3); Burglary number one crime (p3); Students’ radio messages to be broadcast (p4); Women’s Center programs should interest everyone (p4); Roses are red (hot) in Idaho triumph (p15); UI gets first taste of road in 98-66 loss (p15); Student attendance stymies Athletic Department (p16); Men’s volleyball finds new home at UI (p18); New albums to be released from Idaho bands (p22); Sagin’ Time and The River Project to play benefit at Rathaus (p22); Breakfast served with a smile (p32);
Drugs; Radon gas; ASUI; Interfraternity Council; Delta Sigma Phi; Crime; Radio; Idaho National Engineering Laboratory; Women’s Center; Basketball; Athletic Department; Volleyball, men’s; Music; Bands; Rathaus Pizza Shoppe; Satellite Sub
March 15th, 1996 Hoover chosen for UI presidency; Fugue rejected by senate, will seek student support; New computer lab opens on campus; Greek campout for the homeless (p3); STDs can cause other serious health problems (p4); College of Engineering receives gifts (p5); Health of Idaho’s kids studied (p5); CASA Program recruiting volunteers (p6); Criminals victimize students (p6); Davis hiring around the corner (p11); Ackerman steady through changes (p11); Baseball club hits away (p13); Student art exhibition on display at WSU (p18); Good humor and acting shown in Blithe Spirit (p27);
University Presidential candidates; Hoover, Robert; Fugue; Computer lab; Greek system; Alpha Kappa Lambda; Delta Gamma; Student Health Services; STD; College of Engineering; Kids Count; CASA Program; Crime; Davis, Kermit; Baseball; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Art; Washington State University; WSU; Theater; Blithe Spirit
January 30th, 1996 Snow causes problems for Palouse area residents; Homecoming committee positions open for next fall; St. Augustine’s sponsors weekend retreat at Lake Coeur d’Alene; Overcome the winter doldrums (p12); Late rally falls short for Lumberjacks (p14); Hathaway, Chiwira lead Vandal tracksters (p14); Second-half shooting woes spell disaster for Idaho (p15); Vandal student-athletes work to excell in classroom (p15);
Snow removal; Homecoming; St. Augustine's Catholic center; UI Enrichment Program; Football; Track and Field; Athletics Department
April 1st, 1996 - Argosnot: No One's Choice Comet linked to KUOI programming decision; Researchers discover lethal new bacteria; Harassment plagues third flood;
April Fools; Humor; Satire
April 2nd, 1996 Women’s suffrage leader highlighted in show; Distinguished writer visits, teaches Moscow; New technologies revolutionize education, communication; Program helps people quit tobacco use, abuse (p3); United Nations environmental official to speak at UI (p3); Students test Environmental Designs (p3); Nature Conservancy a unique group (p12); Regional fish hatchery has much to offer to Palouse (p12); Chiwira, Fire lead Vandal tracksters (p15);
Women’s suffrage; Morris, Mary; Technology; Communication; Tobacco; Student Health Services; United Nations; International Environmental Design Contest; Nature Conservancy; Fish Hatchery; Track and Field
April 5th, 1996 Student insurance not needed to visit university doctors; Moscow observes Earth Day; ASUI elections slated for April 24; Fraternities, sororities celebrate Greek Week (p3); Despite setbacks Galileo spacecraft finally reaches Jupiter (p3); New Vandal Cards available (p4); New women’s studies class offered this fall (p4); Fire on the Mountain: Idaho author Stan Tate (p6); Distinguished professor brings message of non-violence to UI (p8); UI Golders on par (p11); Tennis teams get respect (p11); UI ruggers only mix it up on the field (p11); Whalen’s competition in classroom (p12); What Americans take for granted is peace (p18); Foo Fighters to play Pullman (p18); Vietnam remembered through Women’s Center program (p18);
Earth Day; Student Insurance; Student Health Services; ASUI elections; Greek week; Greek system; Galileo; Jupiter; Vandal Cards; Women’s studies; Tate, Stan; Bhardwaj, Bhushan; Golf; Tennis; Rugby; Foo Fighters; Vietnam; Vietnam War
April 9th, 1996 Park Village inspected for damage; Delta Sigs bike for dimes; STD awareness month educates, asks people to love safely; Craig joins group to support salmon recovery (p3); Reserve police sponsors 3-on-3 hoops (p4); Paddle or die on the Salmon (p13); Women’s outdoor clinic offered by Idaho Fish and Game (p13); Rock climbing becoming more popular for outdoor enthusiasts (p14); Tracksters set records (p16); New Zealander leads Vandal tennis team (p16); UI roots bring Aucker to Vandal football (p19);
Park Village; Flooding; Delta Sigma Phi; STD awareness; STD; Craig, Larry; Fish; Moscow Police Department; Basketball; Rafting; Salmon River; Fish and Game; Rock climbing; Track and Field; Tennis; Aucker, Scott; Football
April 12nd, 1996 Preschool kids get a Headstart; UI student arrested; UI plants tree in arboretum in memory of young AIDS victim; Dedication to excellence pays off for Delta Tau Delta (p3); English split tabled (p3); Senate provides funds for Sexual Assault Awareness, Argonaut (p3); How much does the government know about UFOs? (p4); Awards recognize excellence in internships (p5); Weigel finds new home with Vandals (p10); Idaho men finish second (p10);
Idaho Headstart program; Crime; AIDS Awareness; Delta Tau Delta; Sexual assault awareness; Sexual Assault; Rape; Department of English; UFO; Internships; Track and Field; Track and Field; Weigel, Carla; Softball; Softball, men’s
April 16th, 1996 Safety Task Force to address domestic violence; Sauna restoration underway after fire; Habitat sponsors spring home tour; Civil engineers canoe on concrete (p3); Water research funding clears committee (p3); Fiction reading presented for short attention spans (p3); Greeks receive awards at banquet (p4); Fear of meningitis on Palouse has passed (p4); Slide show to highlight Peru (p15); Bruder keeps running in zone (p18); Quarterbacks dominate scrimmage (p18); Former CBA’er makes good at Idaho: UI administrator uses professional hoop experience to help out (p19); Program helps bring athletes to Idaho: Football coach incorporates University of Washington program at Idaho to sell school (p20); Golf, tennis teams excel (p21)
Domestic violence; Safety Task Force; Habitat for Humanity; Memorial Gym; Sauna; American Society of Civil Engineers; Environment and Public Works Committee; Greek system; Meningitis; Track and Field; Football; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Golf; Tennis
March 26th, 1996 Student insurance mandate removed from health bill; Study links brain cell protein to Alzheimer’s disease; Speed limits cause confusion on roads; Scholarship for those with epilepsy (p3); NIA offers new way to get into shape (p4); “Ducks in the Desert” informative (p10); Anglers get your reels ready: fishing season is near (p10); It’s official, Davis in at Idaho (p12); Freshman making instant impact (p12); Weather may put damper on intramurals (p13);
Student Health Services; Student Insurance; Alzheimer’s Disease; City of Moscow - streets; Scholarships; Epilepsy; Exercise; Exercise Programs; Neuromuscular Integrative Action; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Fishing; Davis, Kermit; Tennis; City of Moscow - weather
April 19th, 1996 ‘Maverick’ Minnick visits UI; Panhellenic approves Greek Expansion; Borah Symposium focuses on United Nations at 50; Advertising team ready to defend district title (p3); Forestry professor honored in Colorado (p4); Survivor of Nazi occupation tells his story through art (p4); Pets need responsibility, commitment from owners (p5); Students can find many birth control options on the Palouse (p5); Graduate Faculty committee meets (p6); Vandals look to put icing on cake (p13); International Mass draws diverse crowd (p22);
Minnick, Walt; Greek system; United Nations; Borah Symposium; Advertising Team; Hunt, Dr. John Dr; Holocaust; Art; Pets; Graduation; Student Health Services; Birth control; Family Planning; Tennis; St. Augustine’s
April 23rd, 1996 ASUI Magazine, on-line budget proposed by senate for fall; Women’s Center donates thousands to Nez Perce; Boise group to offer workshop (p3); Sight conservation group to raise money (p4); Computer Services pulls plug on Internet abuses (p4); Whitewater Festival to be a big ‘splash’ (p14); Weather holds for successful triathlon (p17); Vandal netters end spring drills (p18);
ASUI Magazine; Women’s Center; Nez Perce; Mountain States Group Inc; Lions Sight Conservation Foundation; Computer Services; Internet abuse; Whitewater Festival; Rafting; Triathlon; Volleyball
April 26th, 1996 Marchers brave rain to break silence; Firearms training beneficial for women; Literary digest Fugue fails in usual low voter turnout; Senate barely approves budget (p3); DOE waste may come to Idaho (p4); Summer school offers flexible opportunities (p4); Silver and Gold celebration honors Bell (p5); Vandals head south for tourney (p10); UI women finish sixth after first round loss (p10); UI relay team on record pace (p11); Collette Theatre rounds out season (p18);
Sexual assault awareness; Sexual Assault; Rape; Firearms; Guns; Fugue; ASUI elections; ASUI; ASUI budget; Department of Energy; Summer session; Bell, Tom; Tennis; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Track and Field; Track and Field; Collette Theatre
April 30th, 1996 Renaissance Fair on tap for this weekend; Rain does not deter Arbor Day dedication; Communication students discuss future over pizza; WWW site focuses on Northwest environment (p3); Peer educators wrap up semester (p4); UI Cooperative Ed gets assistance (p5); UI Advertising Team takes first place at district competition (p6); Snake River rock rodeo set for Saturday (p12); Offense shines in Silver and Gold Game (p14); Vandals finish sixth in final BSC tourney (p14);
Renaissance Fair; Arbor Day; Communication Students Association; Internet; AIDS Awareness; Cooperative Education; Advertising Team; Snake River; Rock climbing; Silver and Gold; Football; Tennis
May 3rd, 1996 Education professor to speak at commencement; Sports injuries make students into spectators; SAEs help meningitis victim with softball marathon; RHA banquet honors students (p3); Moscow Police auction bicycles, other items (p3); Students do something educationally extraordinary (p4); Whitman County puts out a poisonous hemlock alert (p4); Idaho Cycling Club keeps competing (p13); Miller play to close Hartung season (p22); Hemp Fest poll reveals interesting statistics (p22)
Graduation; Commencement; Student Health Services; Meningitis; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Residence Hall Association; Police auction; Outward Bound; Hemlock; Whitman County; Cycling Club; Hartung Theatre; Hemp Fest
May 7th, 1996 Senate closes year with record-length meeting; Champion ad team prepares for national competition; From students to soldiers; Hickory crashes campus PC labs (p3); UI online services expand (p3); Time to protect your skin from sun, cancer (p4); UI alumnus donates property to Martin Institute (p4); Moscow cyclist writes guide to Palouse trails (p15); UI Swordplay gets into swing of things (p17); Chiwira, Kamangirira shine (p17); Logger Club snags second (p19);
ROTC; ASUI Senate; Advertising Team; Computer Services; Internet; Student Health Services; Cancer; Martin Institute; Cycling; Vandal Swordplay; Fencing; Track and Field; Track and Field; Logger Club
May 10th, 1996 President, senator accused of scheming; Environmental Team wins big; Recycling Outreach Program to collect reusable items; President Kane faces complaints of inaccessibility (p3); Crafts fair, English high tea slated for Saturday (p4); Brothers win awards at College of Ag ceremonies (p4); Abandoned bikes to be removed after finals (p6); Allergy season hits students (p7); Females searching for bathrooms are frustrated (p10); Fife excels for Vandal track (p20); Intramural season wraps up with success (p20);
ASUI president; ASUI Senate; ASUI-Scandal; Environmental Team; Outreach Program; Craft Fair; Graduation; Commencement; Parking and Information Services; Parking Services; Allergies; Allergy season; Janssen Engineering Building; Track and Field; Track and Field
March 29th, 1996 GEM yearbook fights to keep student funds; Myklebust’s closes after 44 years in Moscow; In-state student fees to increase; Academy of Science to meet (p3); Phi Delta Tau holds annual derby (p3); Students spread the word about nutrition (p3); Bookstore expands to meet Greek needs (p4); Advanced materials save time, money and body parts (p4); Landscape Architecture receives accreditation (p5); Roundtable discusses high tech: wonder or waste? (p6); Track teams hope to excel this spring (p15); Different Davis in second go-round (p15); Student handles Sports Information duties (p16); Rice makes University of Idaho proud (p17);
Gem of the Mountains; Myklebust’s; In-state tuition; Academy of Science; Phi Delta Tau; Turtle Derby; Diet; Nutrition; Bookstore, Student; Janssen Engineering Building; American Society of Landscape Architects; Internet; Technology; Track and Field; Davis, Kermit; Neuendorf, Kevin; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Volleyball; Volleyball
June 19th, 1996 Non-residency keeps hundreds in Idaho from attending college; Health improves with banning of leaded gasoline; Summer orientation goes ‘on the road’; Students’, parents’ concerns addressed to ease transition to college; Student advertising team finishes in top 10 nationally (p2); UI mining starts worldwide mining network with web site (p3); This Festival may be last hurrah for Sandpoint (p6); Looking for UI’s Experimental Forest in the trees (p8); KUOI puts on noiseless concert (p9);
Tuition; Gasoline; Summer session; Orientation; Advertising Team; Department of Metallurgical and Mining Engineering; Festival at Sandpoint; UI Experimental Forest; Experimental Forest; KUOI-FM; KUOI
May 30th, 1996 UI professor charged with felony; Gas prices may stay high through Labor Day; Students keep busy on campus with summer jobs; Nez Perce fundraiser on track to buy back artifacts (p2); Terminal server accounts required for modem access (p3); Annual Health Fair draws crowd at the mall (p4); Priest Lake provides great getaway to mountains (p7); Spring Chinook return this year much better than last (p8); Chamber tells you what to do in Moscow, Idaho (p9);
Crime; Car crash; Gasoline; Summer jobs; Nez Perce; Computer Services; Health Fair; Priest Lake; Fish and Game; City of Moscow - Chamber of Commerce; Chamber of Commerce
June 26th, 1996 RVs gather at UI for conference; Trees offer rich chronicle of UI visitors; Board of Ed says initiative will hurt school funding; Volunteers needed to clear the way for new home (p2); Hall of Fame seeks Shelter (p3); Idahoans recognized by Hall of Fame (p3); Four plays provide variety of theatrical enjoyment, something for everyone (p7); Band festival to entertain in Moscow (p8); Concerts give breath of Fresh Air (p8);
RV Life on Wheels; RVs; Administration; Board of Education; Habitat for Humanity; Hall of Fame; Repertory Theater; City Band Festival; Fresh Air Concerts
July 3rd, 1996 Williams hits the campaign trail; MOPP brings education; Japanese students visit Moscow, experience culture (p2); President spends first days making dorm a home (p3); Pullman Summer Palace (p6);
Williams, Dan; MOPP; Mobile Outreach for Pollution Prevention; College of Education; Hoover, Robert; Pullman Summer Palace
July 10th, 1996 Core classes to have same numbers; Utility looking for answers to continuing blackouts; McConnell Mansion gives hands-on view of history (p2); Local winery adds taste to Moscow (p3);
Simmons, George; Core classes; Blackouts; Latah County Historical Society; Camas Winery
July 17th, 1996 Parking permits available next month; Couple settles with landlord for $10,000; Stocks fall as Wall Street frets about high-tech firms; Fulbright scholars start semester with a splash (p3);
Parking permits; Parking Services; Parking and Information Services; Palouse Properties; Stock Market; Wall Street; Fulbright Scholars; Fulbright Enrichment
July 24th, 1996 Campus buildings get facelifts; Social Security taxes show on some students’ paychecks; Elm Street nightmare nears end; Kibbie Dome site for indoor model airplane world championships (p3); Four students receive unexpected scholarships (p3); McCall hosts fourth annual Summerfest (p8);
Life Safety Improvement; Administration Building; Social Security; Taxes; Elm Street; Kibbie Dome; Indoor Model Airplane World Championships; National Merit Scholarship; Summerfest; McCall
July 31st, 1996 UI botany professor found dead; Remediation of Sweet Avenue site almost complete; Long term mental health effects of floods studied by ISHW (p2); Hanford nuclear exhibit features at Environmental History Symposium (p2); National lentil festival kicks off its cook-off (p3); Library grant allows Internet transfer between UI, INEL (p3); Alumnus leaves UI more than $280,000 (p3); Cowboy poets gather on Palouse (p3);
Henderson, Douglass; Sweet Avenue; City of Moscow - streets; Flooding; Idaho State Health and Welfare; Environmental History Symposium; National Lentil Festival; Library; Theater; Department of Theatre Arts; Country Cowboy Poetry Gathering
August 23rd, 1996 Idaho gets a new holiday; Registration off-line until Monday; Greeks rush into new year; Sixth Street bike path construction begins (p2); Campus undergoes summer renovation (p2); New registrar looking for student input (p3); Employment office provides help to job hunters (p3); International students gather for food, fun (p4); Student accused of showing fake ID (p5); Former dispatcher charged in shooting spree (p5); Latah administrators worried about Fox initiative stance (p5); Remembering Douglass Henderson, botanist extraordinaire (p15); Idaho welcomes Division I (p16); Vandals look to continue dominance (p16);
O’Brien, Dan; Registration; Greek system; Renovation; Sixth Street; Bike path; City of Moscow - streets; Registrar; Student and Temporary Employment Service; International Friendship Association; Beta Theta Pi; Crime; City of Moscow - Police; Police; Fox, Anne; Henderson, Douglass; Football; Volleyball
August 27th, 1996 Apartments to be demolished; Fee payment made easy at Dome; Traditions night welcomes new students (p2); Yearlong recruitment is key to fraternity rush (p2); Internships still available for fall (p3); Idaho wraps up final scrimmage (p19);
Park Village; Flooding; Tuition; Kibbie Dome; Student Alumni Relations Board; Traditions; Greek system; Greek recruitment; Cooperative Education; Football
August 30th, 1996 E-mail log-on slows to a snails pace; Moscow bowlers bump students in Underground; ‘Minnick for Us’ tour stops in Moscow: Senatorial candidate takes issues-based campaign on statewide bus trip (p2); New President greets faculty members (p3); Service learning program takes off (p3); Gamma Phis win national honors (p3); Pi Kappa Alpha ordered to hold dry parties (p4); Craig adoption federal tax credit made law (p5); Free computer classes aid students (p5); Vandals get I-A taste in Laramie (p12); Alumni game last practice for Vandals (p12); Search still underway: Idaho looks to hire a new athletic director by the end of September (p15); Banff, teeming with adventure (p22); Challenging the body and mind (p23)
Bowling; Computer Services; Minnick, Walt; Hoover, Robert; Service Learning Program; Gamma Phi Beta; Pi Kappa Alpha; Craig, Larry; Tax Credit; Computer Services; Football; Basketball; Volleyball; Athletic director; Banff National Park; Rock climbing
June 5th, 1996 Moscow hosts Special Olympics; Local athlete finds ‘his wings’ on bike; Marriott will pay Latah county tax bill; ‘From silence to celebration’ theme for equal rights rally (p2); Parking Services restrictions eased over summer (p3); Student Health Services provides summer service (p3); Repeat offenders may find car immobilized (p3); Summer enrollment up from last year (p4); UI plans to cut timber in experimental forest (p8); Survival school being taught near Grangeville (p9);
Summer Games; Special Olympics; Cycling; Marriott; Palouse Pride; Palouse Pride Rally and Diversity March; Parking Services; Parking and Information Services; Student Health Services; Summer Programs; Summer Programs and Extended Learning; Hatter Creek Unit; Earth Circle School of Wilderness Survival
September 4th, 1996 Dutch Goose boasts campus proximity; Help Desk provides homepage starter kits; Perot to be on Idaho ballots; Woman bound over in Moscow shooting (p2); Sheriff wants ex-corporal’s paycheck held (p2); Palouse farmers find possible market in Sri Lanka (p2); Vandals fall short at Wyoming (p13); Idaho welcomes Big West with win (p13);
Dutch Goose Burgers and Steamers; Help Desk; Perot, Ross; Crime; Murder; Latah County Sheriff; Palouse Farmers; Sri Lanka; Football
September 6th, 1996 Campus network gets students wired; Adoption expert explores realm of open adoption; Health Center classes help kick tobacco habit; A slice of Latin culture comes to Moscow (p2); Senator challenged ASUI to focus on students (p2); Fulbright deadline approaches (p3); Hoover beings new career at UI with firm grasp on the future (p3); Students encouraged to register bikes (p4); Bicyclists face fines for breaking traffic rules (p4); Wetlands project delayed, needs volunteers (p5); Students make recycling program successful (p5); Vandals tackle Aztecs in San Diego (p9); Idaho has its way in the state of Louisiana (p9); JC transfers spark Idaho air attack (p10); Sampling New Zealand (p18); A safe haven in our own back yard (p19);
Telecommunication Infrastructure Project; Computer Services; Adoption; Student Health Center; Student Health Services; Imports South; ASUI Senate; Fulbright Scholarships; Fulbright Merit Scholarships; Hoover, Robert; Campus police; Bicycle; Paradise Creek; Paradise Creek Wetlands Project; Recycling Outreach Program; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; New Zealand; Arboretum and Botanical Garden
September 10th, 1996 Apartment fire hits home for firefighter; Council invites Kappa Delta to campus; Residence halls revel in GDI week; ‘Education candidate’ comes to Moscow (p3); Road woes continue for Vandals (p10); Idaho wins Wyoming Invitational, improves to 6-0 (p10); Kuma Club takes IM co-ed softball title (p11);
Apartment; Fire; City of Moscow - fire; Kappa Delta; Greek system; GDI; Residence halls; Williams, Dan; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Softball
June 12th, 1996 Meningitis case reported in Orofino; Lifetime Reminder Service keeps you out of trouble, won’t let you forget important dates; Defender of conservative cuases meets with Freeman: Standoff between anti-government group and FBI has lasted 80 days; UI hosts annual FFA conference (p3); Cove Mallard Coalition march not without incident (p3); 4-H high schoolers meet in Moscow (p3); Water quality issues are mostly aesthetic (p8); PFLAG provides support for parents (p9); Clearwater River adventure exceeds expectations (p14);
Meningitis; Lifetime Reminder Service; Future Farmers of America; Cove Mallard Coalition; 4-H; City of Moscow - water; PFLAG; Clearwater River
September 24th, 1996 POW/MIA Day celebrated on campus; UI pitches new SUB to Idaho Board of Education; Children’s home needs foster parents; Zenk brothers big hit at Idaho (p10); Vandals drop Gonzaga, anticipate Friday;s league match (p10); UI Rugers make good showing at alumni tourney (p11); Scott gelling nicely as Vandal kicker (p12); Chippendale dancers visit Moscow (p13);
POW/MIA Day; Student Union Building; Next Step Therapeutic Foster Care; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Rugby; Chippendales
September 27th, 1996 Minnick speaks at Law School courtroom; Students, faculty agree: No on One Percent property tax initiative; Program offers drug abuse counseling classes; Hoover dines, chats with concerned students (p3); Students can use Web for job hunting (p4); Senate denies funding (p4); Lawsuit stirs controversy on campus (p5); Diving for buried treasures (p13); Idaho travels to Texas this weekend (p21); Kim and Resnicek wait for opportunity (p21); Taruscio running past competition (p22); Pace finds home on special teams (p22);
Minnick, Walter; Tax initiative; One Percent; UI Enrichment Program; Drug use; Drugs; Hoover, Robert; Computer Services; StudentCenter; ASUI Senate; ASUI funding; ASUI-Advertising; Lawsuit; Dumpster Diving; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Cross-country
October 1st, 1996 Raw deal? Nuclear waste debate today; Forest Service, Potlatch exchange lands; Local group tackles oppression in Central America; Women’s Center helps rape survivors (p3); ; Speaking out promotes education (p3); National Car Care Month reduces air pollution (p4); New minister joins Christian Center (p4); Waremart reveals strategies to save shoppers money (p4); Vandals get off to 2-0 start (p15); Scott prospers in Idaho offense (p15); Cross country doesn’t fare well in Montana (p16);
Environmental Law Society; Forest Service; Potlatch; Coalition for Central America; Women’s Center; National Care Care Month; American Lung Association; Campus Christian Center; Waremart; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football; Cross-country
September 13rd, 1996 New center builds cultural bridges; Delta Chi wins national awards; E-mail messages insecure; Dogs on campus risk being impounded (p2); Greek advocate discusses the dangers of hazing (p2); Bike Advisory Commission seeks members (p3); Poetry roundup gives insight into cowboy life (p3); Health Center gets new nurse (p4); Four students plead guilty to underage drinking (p5); Packing back to the great outdoors (p16); Forget your jetpack? Go iceblocking (p16); Idaho takes on St. Mary’s Saturday (p19); Home tournament showcases Vandal talent (p19); New assistant volleyball coaches spark Vandals (p20);
Cultural Diversity Center; Delta Chi; Computer Services; Computer Science; Dogs; Campus police; Greek system; Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils; Bicycling Advisory Commission; Palouse Country Cowboy Poetry Gathering; Student Health Center; Student Health Services; Crime; Theta Chi; Backpacking; Iceblocking; Football; Volleyball
October 4th, 1996 UI football gets in touch with community; Homecoming weekend schedule packed; Nuclear waste debate comes to life in UI Courtroom; Senate tables health finance bill (p3); Mormon Church offers Friday activities (p3); Students can influence summer class offerings (p4); Harvest Festival celebrates fall with night of fun (p4); Admin construction faces more delays (p5); Indian food, festivities tonight (p5); Geography professor makes state Senate bid (p6); Jaynes named new athletic director (p10); Vandals host Mustangs for Homecoming match-up (p10); Johnson leaves Idaho for North Texas (p11); Griffin sparks Vandal receivers (p12)
Football; Homecoming; Nuclear Engineering Laboratory; Mormon Church; ASUI Senate; Summer semester; Harvest Festival; Administration Auditorium; Administration Building; Indian Students’ Association; Scripter, Sam; Jaynes, Oval; Football; Johnson, Sean
October 8th, 1996 UI to meet holdback through pay lag; Homecoming competition winners named; Voters should register by Friday or wait until Nov. 5; Paradise Creek restoration moving forward, needs help (p3); Ethical obligations in music are everyone’s responsibility (p4); Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity to join UI Greek system (p5); New commons to accommodate social, academic life (p8); Idaho narrowly escapes homecoming taboo (p12); Vandals win intra-state battle (p12); Basbeall season down to four teams (p13); Clark’s double duty done with - for now (p13);
Budget; Homecoming; Voting; Paradise Creek Restoration; Paradise Creek; Lionel Hampton School of Music; Alpha Gamma Rho; Greek system; University Commons; Football; Baseball; Clark, Kathy
October 11st, 1996 UI responds to request for evaluations; Businesses upset about construction; One Percent Initiative threatens university; Haarsager: Ethics in journalism not an oxymoron (p3); Silent disease works permanent damage (p3); Enrollment down 5 percent (p3); Senate passes health bill, urges students to vote (p4); GLBA, Retro sponsor ‘Blue Jeans Day’ (p4); Imagining Bermuda (p12); Kamiak Butte, a relaxing spot (p13); A kaleidoscope of color at Robinson Park (p13); Krulitz making most of education (p16); Vandals venture out on the Big West road (p16); DeGraw battles adversity to land starting job (p17);
ASUI-Advertising; Lawsuit; Park Village; City of Moscow - construction; One Percent; One Percent Initiative; Journalism; Ethics; Student Health Center; Chlamydia; Enrollment; ASUI Senate; National Coming Out Day; Blue Jeans Day; Bermuda; Kamiak Butte; Robinson Park; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football
October 15th, 1996 Moscow kids learn about environment; Humanities fundraising pays off with federal grant; Increasing water use raises concerns; DJs confront executives over ‘free format’ radio (p3); Students criticize Senator Craig (p3); Vandals sweep - Gonzaga tonight (p11); Idaho women place second at WSU (p11);
West Park Elementary School; National Resource Education Day; National Endowment for the Humanities; City of Moscow - water; KGBA; Craig, Larry; Volleyball; Volleyball; Track and Field
October 18th, 1996 UI releases evaluations for publication; Computer labs will be down Sunday; Senate organizes walk-out protesting initiative; Incumbent Schroeder sees education first (p3); Palouse ‘Trail-breaking’ next week (p3); Locals buy, sell cars on Internet (p4); America’s best idea going broke (p14); Get out your guns, it’s hunting season (p15); Salmon in trouble, fish-friendly additions planned (p16); Spikers slam Titans in three (p19); Vandals ready to renew old rivalry (p19); UI tennis hits a brick wall (p20);
ASUI-Advertising; Teacher Evaluations; Lawsuit; Computer Services; ASUI Senate; Protest; Schroeder, Gary; Bill Chipman Palouse Trail; Internet; National Parks; Hunting season; Salmon; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Tennis
October 22nd, 1996 Hoover addresses staff concerns at forum; Ethics take a back seat in athletics; Safety Board pulls the pin on campus assault; White wants to ‘bring balance’ to legislature (p3); PCEI forum to discuss field burning (p3); Gault, Upham get new computer lab (p4); Idaho gets first Big West win (p15); Idaho routes UC-Irvine in three straight sets (p16)
Hoover, Robert; Greek system; Ethics; ASUI-Safety Board; Athletics Department; White, Vera; PCEI; Computer Services; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball
October 25th, 1996 UI cracks down on fraternity drinking; ‘Victory ‘96 Bus’ comes to Moscow; Greeks hold alcohol awareness activities (p3); Police install cameras in Wallace lot (p3); ROTC cadets get ‘drown-proofed’ (p3); Outdoor books at Bookpeople (p13); Idaho meets former head coach in Logan (p21); Craig vital element in Vandals’ team chemistry (p21); Einspahr adjusting to new setting (p22); Gardner jelling nicely into Vandal secondary (p23);
Greek system; Alcohol; Williams, Dan; Campus police; Cameras; ROTC; Bookpeople; Smith, John; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Golf
October 29th, 1996 Health, Nutrition Fair offers free food, services; Computer Help Desk takes prize; UI plans to offer distance education courses in WGU; Farmers, air quality interests debate grass-field burning (p3); Student still struggling with effects of meningitis (p5); Father Schumacher teaches while learning (p10); Utah State wins thriller over Vandals (p18); Vandals split weekend series in California (p19);
Health and Nutrition Fair; Computer Help Desk; Distance Education; Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute; Meningitis; Schumacher, Mark; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball
November 1st, 1996 Students organize walk-out today; Candidates appear at forum; Sheriff’s race crashes into final days; Sheriff’s candidates state their cases for office (p3); AmeriCorps helps communities, people in need (p3); Halloween meets science at Lena Whitmore elementary (p4); Ag Days celebrate Idaho’s No. 1 industry (p5); Sigma Chi takes stand against violence (p5); Chenoweth-Williams race - lack of grace? (p6); Candidates go head to head on KUOI (p7); Manager explains food court check policy (p7); Tormey doesn’t underestimate the red hot Eagles (p25); Vandals drop match to Eastern Washington (p25); Vandal basketball just around the corner (p26);
League of Women Voters; One Percent Initiative; Walk-out; Sheriff; AmeriCorps; Halloween; Lena Whitmore Elementary; Ag Days; Sigma Chi; Sexual Assault; Rape; Williams, Dan; Chenoweth, Helen; KUOI; SUB; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Basketball
November 5th, 1996 Critics: ‘Term limits’ threaten Constitution; Rock the Vote registrations miss deadline; Candidates not allowed to speak; Copy centers compete for clients (p5); Vandals escape Eastern Washington upset (p15); Big West matches yield silver-and-gold lining (p15);
Term limits; Rock the Vote; One Percent Initiative; Copy center; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball
November 8th, 1996 Minority students air concerns; University changes financial aid deposit deadline; Greeks submit alcohol proposals; Latah voters buck trends (p2); Republicans sweep district 5 (p3); Crouch wins sheriff post (p3); Spangler, Stauber elected county commissioners (p3); UI releases summer schedule (p4); Math students must take algebra test (p4); Vandals give gut-wrenching effort in loss (p7); Vandals look to extend home win streak (p7);
Hoover, Robert; Diversity; Greek system; Interfraternity Council; Financial aid; Latah County - voting; District 5; Spangler, Thomas; Stauber, Loreca; Crouch, Jeff; Math Placement Test; Summer Programs; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football
September 17th, 1996 Hoover visits Art and Architecture; Graduate students want out of ASUI; Career Expo gives look at employment opportunities: UI, WSU work together to bring in more companies to Kibbie Dome; Latah County Fair boasts record numbers (p3); Residence halls plan grudge match (p3); SArb on lookout for members (p4); Dads visit students, campus over weekend (p5); Tupac Shakur dead at 25 (p11); UI wins home tournament, prepares for WSU (p12); Idaho starts slow but finishes strong in 52-17 win (p12); Schaus interviewed for AD vacancy (p14); UI rugby program opens season with win (p14)
Hoover, Robert; Graduate students; ASUI; Career Expo; Latah County Fair; Residence halls; Student Alumni Relations Board; Dad’s Weekend; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football; Schaus, Jim; Rugby
September 20th, 1996 ASUI Advertising sues university; Proposed educational reform stirs controversy; Experts explain campus computer crashes; Manager confiscates tape after accident (p3); Thomas named associate provost (p3); Chaos, indecision reign at ASUI Senate meeting (p3); Residence halls go to camp (p4); Pizza Hut joins food court (p4); Parking director explains conflict (p4); UI graduation rates trail nation (p5); Who says finger painting is for kids? (p8); Aussies are not criminals anymore (p11); UI haven for cycle speed junkies (p12); Cougs hand Vandals first loss of season (p16); Olson leads quarterback-rich heritage (p16); Tajan helps Idaho front (p17);
ASUI-Advertising; State Board of Education; Computer Help Desk; Computer Services; Internet; Chippendales; Thoman, Dene; ASUI Senate; ASUI; Residence Hall Association; Pizza Hut; Food court; Parking Services; Graduation; Prichard Art Gallery; Bicycles; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football
November 12nd, 1996 University puts registration on WWW; Senate reviews meeting with WSU; Workshop gives career selection advice; Facilities Management begins new system (p3); Phi Kappa Phi offers $7,000 fellowships (p3); Pit Crews provide free assistance (p4); Sigma Nu wins national award (p4); Humanities Council invites grant proposals (p4); Idaho rallies to oust New Mexico State (p17); Vandals squeak by in-state rival Boise State (p17);
Registration; ASUI Senate; WSU; Washington State University; Career Workshop; Facilities Management; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Nu; Parking and Information Services; Idaho Humanities Council; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball
November 22nd, 1996 Dalton wins ASUI presidency; Safety Board gets $90,000 to improve campus; Thanksgiving food drive needs donors; Buses leave today for southern Idaho, Seattle (p2); ‘Run for Life’ continues tradition of philanthropy (p2); Winter brings reduced water rates (p3); Director gives winter parking, auto advice (p3); Vandals clean house in Utah motel (p3); Attorney general takes proactive role in ASUI (p4); ASUI Productions seeks new members (p5); Education Board approves K-12 rules (p5); WSU hosts ski swap (p13); Vandals take on Big Ten powerhouse (p16); Vandals open conference tourney (p16); Idaho vs. Boise State - what more can you say? (p16); AKL football team heads to sunny San Diego (p18);
ASUI elections; ASUI Senate; ASUI president; Safety Board; Community Action Agency of Latah County; Thanksgiving break; Thanksgiving; Run for Life; Winter; City of Moscow - water; Football; Theft; Crime; Parking and Information Services; Board of Education; ASUI-Productions; Skiing; WSU; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Football
December 3rd, 1996 Grad student claims mistreatment; Bad weather poses hazards for commuters; Budget director makes ‘cents’ of student fees; The Buckle opens at Palouse Mall (p3); Senators support AKL’s intramural football squad (p3); Idaho struggles over break (p19); Vandals improve to 3-1 (p19); Idaho loses to Pacific in season finale (p21)
Grad students; City of Moscow - weather; Tuition; Palouse Mall; Buckle; ASUI Senate; Alpha Kappa Lambda; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball
December 10th, 1996 Council votes to change GPA regulations; Parents need crossing guards; Grounds crew works hard in winter; Latah County invests in drug resistance program (p2); Recycling project needs volunteers, reusable goods (p3); Espresso server likes job, hates coffee (p5); Religious professor teaches variety of views (p8); Vandals get swept in own tourney (p15); Idaho pulverizes Simon Fraser 95-50 (p15); Phillips looks to follow road to pros (p16);
Faculty Council; GPA; City of Moscow - streets; City of Moscow - schools; Grounds crew; Moscow police; Police; Latah County; Drugs; Drug Abuse; Recycling Outreach; SUB; Campus Christian Center; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Football
December 13rd, 1996 Crew sprays trees to prevent theft; Idaho legislators gear up for session; Courses offer winter recreation ideas; Brink Hall houses largest publisher in Idaho (p3); Diversity center provides multicultural education (p4); Yearbook gets a full-color boost (p5); Cadets compete in Kibbie Dome drill and ceremony (p6); Argonaut translates staff changes to payroll raises (p8); Elliot adds spark to Vandal backcourt (p13); Woolf may be lost for season (p13);
Parks and Recreation; Pine trees; Christmas; Idaho legislators; Brink Hall; University of Idaho Press; Diversity Center; Gem of the Mountains; ROTC; Argonaut staff; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
November 15th, 1996 Human rights speaker snubbed; Bicycle workshop educates community; Kennedy speaks on America’s environmental destiny; Faculty Council considers policy change on repeating courses (p2); Cadets learn and lead at camp (p3); Latest diet craze, Redux, hits university students (p3); The passing of the torch (p17); Vandals shouldn’t take North Texas lightly (p18); Davis brings inspiration back to Vandal basketball (p19); New coach, new team, new results (p20);
Wu, Harry; Human rights; Bicycle; Robert Kennedy Jr.; ASUI Senate; Faculty Council; Diet; Nutrition; ROTC; Davis, Kermit; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Hancock, Brian
November 19th, 1996 Candidates support wet campus; Van pool helps environment, unites cities; Internship fair presents local job opportunities; Alaskan oil demand threatens Arctic land, wildlife (p3); School for scoundrels lecture Thursday (p4); Vandal women hit century mark (p18); Vandals roll over Global Sports (p18); Idaho sweeps on the road to finish season (p19); King gets into swing of things for Vandals (p21);
ASUI elections; ASUI Senate; Local Internship and Student Employment Fair; Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute; Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Volleyball; Volleyball; Golf