Argonaut 2000

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January 11th, 2000 University Commons opens; SUB gets a new look for 2000; Thursdays swing at the Moscow Social Club (p2); New Academic requirements established for Federal Financial Aid (p3); Cable to coach Vandals in 2000 (p6); Women’s Basketball break recap (p6); Men’s Basketball break roundup (p6);
University Commons; SUB; Moscow Social Club; Swing Devils; Financial aid; Football; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
January 14th, 2000 Senator says: ASUI not likely to address any major issues in 2000; UI President embraces a changing university; Seattle’s Best replaces Starbucks on campus (p3); Vandals lose Conference Game to Long Beach State (p5); University of Idaho Ski Team finishes Pre-Season (p5); Michigan State beats Indiana in overtime (p5);
ASUI Senate; Hoover, Robert; Starbucks; Seattle’s Best; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Ski team; Skiing
January 19th, 2000 Sprinkler accident floods Idaho Commons; Annual MLK Unity March stops traffic in Pullman; Scott lead Vandals past Pacific (p7); UCSB crushes Vandal women (p7); Learning the Ropes (p7); Jackson’s new unbeatables (p8);
Idaho Commons; Flooding; MLK Unity March; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Climbing Team; Climbing
January 21st, 2000 Bookstore convenience may outweigh online deals; Pipeline raises questions about commercialism; New system brings UI online services together; Jackson leads UCI past Vandals (p7); Battle for the Super Bowl (p7);
Bookstore; Pipeline; Campus Pipeline; Football; Men’s Basketball; Basketball
January 25th, 2000 Out with the old, waiting on the new; Seton Hall fire raises questions; College hosts Snowfest 2000; Idaho Women earn back to back wins (p7); Intramural basketball features strange names, new rules (p7); Olsen, Santiago win at Martin International (p7);
Construction; Idaho Commons; Seton Hall; Fire; Flooding; College of Natural Resources; Snowfest 2000; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
January 28th, 2000 Why did Bookpeople cross the road?; UI King celebration focuses on diversity; Alli ‘Hoop’ to break record; Campaign to improve U.S. 95 safety; Super Sunday for Idaho (p6); Vandal track teams race in Big West (p6); Softball cancels fundraiser, starts season late (p6);
Bookpeople; MLK Day; Basketball; Women's Basketball; City of Moscow - streets; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Softball
February 1st, 2000 Law school considers location change; Hendricks case remains unsolved; ASUI discuss UI issues in Boise; Alaska Airlines flight crashes in Pacific Ocean near L.A. (p3); Teacher Sharon Kehoe promotes faith on campus (p4); Aggies hold Vandals back in weekend setback (p6); Tyson punishes Francis (p6); Rams’ defensive stop prevents Super Bowl Overtime disaster (p6); Drag show diversity fills The Beach (p8);
College of Law; Hendricks, Wil; Missing; Hendricks; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Alaskan Airlines; Campus Christian Center; Kehoe, Sharon; Football; Super Bowl; Boxing; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Drag show
February 4th, 2000 Red Cross teaches CPR classes in Moscow; Memorial service to be held for professor; Diversity office without a home in the new Idaho Commons; Students invited to indoor cruise (p2); Korus poised to win Big West 400 (p5); Vandals survive late Boise State run (p5);
Red Cross; Pierce, Gifford; Memorial; Diversity Education Center; Idaho Commons; SUB; Cruise the World; Basketball; Track and Field; Men’s Basketball
February 8th, 2000 Living groups in hog heaven with ice cream bowl; Damming Idaho’s salmon; Commitee to decide fate of farm wages bill; Memorial Service draws faculty, former students (p3); Without Scott, Vandals suffer another road loss (p6); Vandals beat BSU for Big West Conference lead (p6);
Phi Beta Sigma; Agricultural Affairs Committee; Salmon; Pierce, Gifford; Memorial; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
February 11th, 2000 Campus server dishes out porn; Diversity Education Center to find temporary office headquarters; On the lookout for extra-terrestrial life; Ag Career Days at WSU; UI Rugby Club mourns coach; New Fish and Game Chief means new rules (p2); Vandals continue road skid (p6); ‘Cats go for 30th straight win against lowly Cougs (p6); Idaho women enjoy banner season (p6);
Computer Services; Porn; Diversity Education Center; NASA; Aliens; UFOs; Agriculture Career Days; WSU; Rugby club; Ryan, Bradford; Fish and Game
February 15th, 2000 Student volunteers sacrifice to serve community; Cartoonist Charles Schulz dies; Fundraiser brings crab lovers, open containers to Genesee; Cupid hits sweethearts on UI campus Monday; Environmentalists confront Potlatch (p2); Find a penny give a penny (p3); UI facilities to replace trash cans with recycling bins (p4); Agreement outlines new rules for genetically modified foods, organic farming (p4); Scott breaks three-point mark (p6); Vince Carter: greatest dunker in history (p6);
EMTs; Firefighters; Genesee Annual Crab Feed; Schulz, Charles; Valentine’s Day; Potlatch; Snake River; Found Money Fund; UI Facilities; Facilities; Recycling and Solid Waste Program; GMOs
February 18th, 2000 UI Career Day a hit with employers, students; INEEL enacts 1.4 million gallon nuclear waste cleanup; Women’s Center sponsors eating disorder presentation Tuesday; City hears group’s plea despite missed deadline; Woman jailed as suspect in shooting of Troy man; Charity date auction spreads love (p3); Student Athletic Board generates Vandal pride (p4); Backcountry with the Outdoor Program (p6); Missed chances doom Vandals (p6); Griffey trade understandable (p6); UI ski team to compete in regional competition (p7);
Career Day; Disability; Moscow High School; 1912 Center; Idaho National Engineering & Environmental Laboratory; Women’s Center; Eating disorders; City of Troy; Crime; Interfraternity Council; Panhellenic Council; Greek system; West Park Elementary School; Vandal Athletic; Student Athletic Board; Outdoor Program; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Football; Ski team; Skiing
February 23rd, 2000 Commons facilities open in time for festival; WSU fraternity burns, duct tape ‘prank’ under investigation; Poets gather for Sigma Tau Delta ‘Slam’ at Bookpeople; Coliform bacteria found in Idaho Commons water (p3); Range Club places in Boise competition (p4); Vandals snap three-game slide (p6); Idaho gets win, goes for another tomorrow (p6); Champs split into two contending teams (p6);
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Idaho Commons; WSU; Sigma Nu; Arson; Sigma Tau Delta; Coliform; Range Club; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
February 25th, 2000 - Jazz Fest 2000 Jazz Festival not possible without volunteers (p3); Partying for room renewal (p4); BSU pulls ahead of Idaho in Big West (p6); Grand introduction for legendary musician (p8); Sax care and thumb power (p8);
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Bob’s Place; Wallace Complex; Basketball; Men’s Basketball
February 29th, 2000 A night of wonderment; Children learn about police officers, firefighters, reading; Summer Job and Internship Fair comes to Kibbie Wednesday; Cougar hunters may get to use dogs (p3); A brief history of jazz: The music that makes the Hampton Jazz Festival (p4); Idaho’s seniors go out with big win (p6); At long last: WSU gets first Pac-10 win (p6);
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Higher Education Learning Program; City of Moscow - schools; Summer Job and Internship Fair; Fish and Wildlife; Cougars; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; WSU
March 3rd, 2000 - Summer Job & Internship Fair 2000 Administrators propose student fees increase (p19); Summer Job and Career Fair: Opportunities and free stuff (p19); Moscow prepares for Mardi Gras (p19); Endeavour maps the Earth (p21); Nation’s hottest team trounces Vandals (p24); Vandals women’s comeback falls short at BSU (p24); Indoor season concludes with Last Chance Meet (p24);
Tuition; Summer Job and Career Fair; Mardi Gras; Endeavour; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
March 7th, 2000 Destination spring break: something for everyone; Police alarmed by WSU students ‘congregating’ Friday; Students build confidence in ROTC class; Committee may change post-tenure review (p3); Vandal basketball slumps into post season (p7); Track and Field Indoor Season Concludes with Personal Bests (p7);
Spring break; WSU; Riot; ROTC; Post-Tenure Development Task Force; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Track and Field; Track and Field
March 31st, 2000 - Vandal Friday Housing Guide UI swarms with potential Vandals; Sigma Nu Fraternity sanctioned for reckless endangerment (p2); Lucky student scores in Final Four contest (p2); Traditional tea held in Commons (p3); Baseball: National League Central preview (p8); Outdoor season has Olsen thinking championship (p8);
Vandal Friday; Sigma Nu; NCAA; Final Four; Baseball; Track and Field
March 21st, 2000 Safety Board discusses ideas to improve campus safety; Hoover undergoes heart procedure; Students testify about fee increases; Diversity Ed Center gets new home; Gene therapy side effects to be revealed (p3); Law School receives $1.3 million (p4); Vandal women unable to pull off upset (p6); Can Gonzaga do it again? (p6); UI men bounced in first round (p6);
ASUI-Safety Board; Hoover, Robert; Diversity Education Center; Tuition; Protesting; National Institute of Health; Gene therapy; Law School; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Gonzaga
April 4th, 2000 Architecture Department may regain accreditation; Khruschev to speak at UI on capitalism; Flashing suspect at large; Internships on the Internet; Graduate students display research; Homeless shelter builds on new funds (p4); Door to door recyclers hit dorms Thursday (p4); Cleaves leads Michigan State to title (p7); Connecticut dismantles Lady Vols for women’s NCAA crown (p7); Braves lead the charge in National League East (p7);
Architecture Department; Flashing; Crime; Virtual Internet Fair; Khruschev, Sergei; Graduate Student Exhibit; Homeless shelter; Environmental Club; Basketball; Women's Basketball
April 7th, 2000 Golf coach fired for misuse of funds; Men are microwaves, women are crockpots; ‘Into the Woods’ combines creativity with dementia; Student fee increase final; Accounting student wins student employee award; Transfer Day (p4); Flintstones’ triumph warms hearts in industrial hometown (p7); National League West chock full of pennant potential (p7); New definition of ‘amateurism’ considered by NCAA (p7);
Golf; Rasmussen, Donald G.; Into the Woods; Wilson, Doug; Christ Church; Hate group; Porn; Tuition; Accounting Department; Student employee awards; Vandal Transfer Day; Baseball; Basketball
April 11th, 2000 Idaho Commons dedication ceremony; Honors Convocation offers words of wisdom; Visiting scholar talks politics, media; Student Union Building on automatic pilot; Moscow Public Library hosts book sale (p4); Vandal spring football is underway (p7); UI Throwers dominate at the Hayward Relays (p7);
Idaho Commons; Honors Program; Journalism; Student Union Building; City of Moscow - library; Moscow Public Library; Track and Field; Football
April 14th, 2000 Twice denied, prof sues UI; Flamingoes litter Hoover’s lawn in charity prank; Residence Halls celebrate awards ‘Oscar-style’; UI, WSU send delegates to Model UN; Women’s Center presents play as part of awareness month; Women clubbers win Invite (p7); Vandal tennis team young but promising (p7); MLB: American League Central season preview (p7);
Finn, Calvin; Lawsuit; Hoover, Robert; Lutheran Campus Ministry; Model U.N.; WSU; Residence halls; Women’s Center; Football; Tennis; Baseball
April 18th, 2000 Goodbye ugly annex, hello $14M business school; Borah Symposium 2000 focuses on resource conflict; UI holds first ever Human Powered Festival; Science core is eight no more; Cochran vetoes ASUI budget (p3); TechFair2000 (p4); Maso Tosi headed to Arizona (p7); UI soccer takes three games over weekend (p7); Eastern Division goes down to wire (p7); Yankees may have tough competition, but will win American League East (p7);
Albertson Building; Administration Annex; Borah Symposium; Human Powered Festival; Course Catalog; ASUI; Technology Fair; Football; Soccer; Baseball
April 21st, 2000 Senate overrides veto; UI’s Future Truck; Elections: low voter turnout; Spokane man charged in serial killings; The Nez Perce people, their play, and their history (p5); Barkley scores two in NBA career finale (p7); Arg Sports staff predicts NBA playoffs (p7); Mariners, A’s battle for AL West crown (p7); New Community Theatre musical opens tonight (p8);
ASUI Senate; Advanced Vehicle Concepts Team; Murrow award; Serial Killer; Death; Crime; Spokane; Yates, Robert Lee; Yates, Robert; Nez Perce; Nez Perce tribe; Football; Track and Field; Basketball; Moscow Community Theatre
April 25th, 2000 Surprises behind the podium; UI worker dies in HVAC accident; Spokane man linked to nine murders, likely more; Outside options for cabin fever, winter blues; First Security merger may mean changes for student accounts (p3); Aussie ace ranks high on and off the court (p7); Cable happy with spring practice results (p7); Blazers’ win highlights playoff weekend (p7);
Borah Symposium; Crisp, Joel; HVAC; Accident; Death; Crime; Serial Killer; Outdoor activities; First Security; Tennis; Football
April 28th, 2000 Wasted water, pumping depletes aquifer; College approves marijuana club; US Government to fly four of Elian’s classmates from Cuba; Sheriff seeks more funding for investigation; Clinton vetoes nuclear waste bill; Ecological research completed in Biosphere II (p2); Women’s Center scheduled to be leveled (p3); Roadless Initiative panel sparks heated debate (p4); Men’s gold team secures Big West crown in playoffs (p8); Sprewell buzzer beater puts Knicks 2-0 over Raptors (p8); UI signs trio to replace seniors (p8); All-day celebration at East City Park Saturday (p9);
City of Moscow - water; NIC; Cuba; Spokane; Biosphere II; Women’s Center; Roadless Initiative; Golf; Basketball; Hemp Fest
May 2nd, 2000 Imaginations rove through space; Bush may head new jazz center fundraising; Saturday in the park; Annual springtime celebration coming to East City Park; On-campus animal blessing builds good karma for pet owners (p2); Painting the Palouse, decorating friends (p3); Gold team dominates Silver in annual scrimmage (p8); Kings avoid sweep, prove that Lakers are beatable (p8);
TECH Mars Rover Challenge; Bush, George; Hemp Fest; Renaissance Fair; Animals; Campus Christian Center; Pets; Painting the Palouse; Football; Basketball
May 5th, 2000 - University of Idaho Graduation 2000 UI likely to reform parking by fall; Pipeline use on rise; End of school means more abandoned pets; Former golf coach files suit against UI; ILOVEYOU computer virus strikes UI campus, world (p3); CCC holds homosexuality forum (p3); Miller’s 41 sends Bucks packing (p7); Bikers sustain crashes, finish well at Echo Mountain race (p7);
Parking Services; Campus Pipeline; Pipeline; Pets; Golf; Lawsuit; Internet; Virus; Campus Christian Center; Queer Students Association; Basketball; Biking; Cycling
March 24th, 2000 Low student turnout plagues second fee discussion; UI class holds tumbling event; New pet cloning company opens; SUB receives package via helicopter; Moscow/Pullman Airport Road to be renovated (p4); NCAA’s diseased bracket syndrome (p7); Purdue muscles Zags out of Tourney (p7); Rock and roll restaurant opens inside CJ’s (p8);
Tuition; Tumbling; SUB; Cloning; Genetic Savings and Clone; Moscow-Pullman airport; City of Moscow - streets; NCAA; Basketball; Gonzaga; CJ’s; Roadhouse
May 31st, 2000 - Summer Edition Community arts enliven Friendship Square; Board of Ed approves pay raise for Idaho president’s; Sanchez named special assistant for human rights and diversity at UI; Otter campaign advertisement defaced; Oregon Coast - the coast with the most! (p2); UI faces and Places: Karen Hallgren (p2);
Farmer’s Market; Board of Education; Sanchez, Raul; Otter, Butch; Crime; Vandalism; Oregon Coast; Hallgren, Karen
June 28th, 2000 - Summer Edition University yields to construction: bumpy roads ahead; UI outlines statewide legal education plan;
Construction; College of Law
July 12nd, 2000 Seventh annual RV conference invades Kibbie Dome; Ed Board tentatively approves disclaimers; Retired EWU provost named LCSC interim president;
Life on Wheels; RV; Board of Education; LCSC
March 28th, 2000 Internet attacks possibly considered racketeering; Seattle marvel to eyesore in just 24 years; Kappa Delta Cup highlights the weekend; Oscar misfortunes lead to ceremony punch lines; UI to host science writing workshop April 20-21 (p3); A taste for India for the University of Idaho (p4); Badgers sneak into Final Four (p7); Volleyball announces two additional signees (p7); Women’s tennis splits at Irvine Spring Invitational (p7); Vandal men’s tennis finishes 7th at Bronco Classic (p7);
Internet; Seattle; Kappa Delta; Oscars; Science writing workshop; India Night; Basketball; Volleyball; Volleyball; Tennis
September 1st, 2000 Delays occur as highway resurfacing begins; On the ‘edge’; Hoover notes UI successes at state of the university address; Diversity director focuses on minority issues; Pall calls for increase in student financial aid (p2); FutureTruck team looks forward to June (p3); California student sends tech stock crashing, charged (p3); Defending the Governor’s Cup Women hope to reclaim title in Pocatello (p9); Vandal football 2000 Team shrouded in secrecy (p9); Volleyball team heads to Iowa for season opener (p9); Hopping into the right sack (p13); Outdoor Rec moves to Poultry Hill (p13);
State of the university; City of Moscow - streets; The Edge Sports Bar; Hoover, Robert; Sanchez, Raul; Tuition; Financial aid; FutureTruck; Jakob, Mark S.; Soccer; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football; Outdoor Programs; Camping
September 6th, 2000 Supreme Court Justice Scalia to speak Thursday; Vandals fall to Huskies in Saturday season opener; Policy mandates ‘no alcohol’ for sorority support at fraternity functions; Construction, lead concerns contribute to campus shuffle; ASUI outlines goals for upcoming year (p2); Dorm room decor demonstrates creativity at its best (p6); Following strong start, UI ready for tournament (p8); Vandals fall short of cup game (p8);
Scalia Antonin; Student Union Ballroom; Football; Greek system; National Panhellenic Council; Construction; ASUI; Residence halls; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer
September 8th, 2000 Dome expansion ground-breaking services set for today; Drag queens kick off opening show tonight; Scalia mixes law and wit; Drunk driving arrests affected by Greek ruling; Alotta personality for just one man; Study indicates plant life lessens pain (p2); UI may be seeing increased enrollment (p2); UI places in third tier of college ranking (p3); ASUI considers reinstating lecture notes service (p3); Montana Griz bear a grudge (p9); Coach optimistic as lady vandals hit the road (p9); UI makes weekend trip to Las Vegas (p9);
Kibbie Dome; Construction; Drag; Drag show; Drunk driving; Greek system; Scalia Antonin; Plants; WSU; Enrollment; ASUI; Lecture notes program; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer
September 12nd, 2000 Cochran declares parking situation a ‘crisis’; Palouse Mall, UI officials clash over proposed remodel; Construction woes may lead to heavier enforcement; Saturday at the Market; State schools create Idaho Student Association (p2); Women’s Center relocates (p2); Cochran coaxes votes from students (p2); Vandals bring home tournament title (p9); Impressive finish for golf team (p9); Vandal soccer splits at UNLV Classic (p9); UI recruiting haunts Vandal loss to Montana (p9); Vandals strong in first cross-country meet (p9);
ASUI; Parking Services; Palouse Mall; Construction; Farmer’s Market; Idaho Student Association; Women’s Center; ASUI elections; Football; Golf; Soccer; Volleyball; Volleyball; Cross-country
July 21st, 2000 - New Student Orientation Welcome to UI Scholars Residence (p2); The Hidden UI, Part I (p2); Vandal Football 2000 is hooked up and Cable-read (p3); Volleyball bounces into season with new coach - new league look (p3); Intramural Sports at UI give students opportunities for fun (p4);
Scholars’ Residence; Football; Volleyball; City of Moscow
September 15th, 2000 Too full? Fire Department will investigate size of drag show crowd at Beach; UI Athletes on the Road to Sydney Olympics; Aryan leader fined $6.3 million; Free fun at the Latah County Fair; Alleging ‘good-old-boyism’ in Hottois hiring, professor resigns from review committee; New vernacular for the millennium (p2); Involvement Fair includes Youth Vote advocates (p2); UI holds honor ceremony for POWs and MIAs (p2); Enrollment increases three percent at UI (p3); UI proposes new core discovery program (p3); Running back Willie Anderson brings special element to UI football (p8); Volleyball defeats rival Montana (p8); Soccer returns home (p8); Football rebuilds en route to Oregon (p8); Indiana no longer, Bobby Knight belongs to Vandal basketball (p9); UI to house largest climbing wall in nation (p10);
Fire department; Drag; Drag show; Beach; Olympics; Track and Field; Aryan Nations; Hate group; Hottois, James; Stock, Molly; Latah County Fair; Dictionary; Student Involvement Fair; POW/MIA Day; Enrollment; DOE; Football; Soccer; Volleyball; Volleyball; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Climbing; Memorial Gym
September 19th, 2000 All’s fair in Latah County, Event draws families, but few students; Sock her Vandals pommel PSU, 5-0; ASUI Senate reinstates $14K lecture notes program; Cochran gets right of way with campus parking; UI water safe after weekend bacteria scare; Apple pickers hold 48-hour hunger strike (p2); ITS program loans laptops to students in Idaho Commons (p2); Faculty, students collaborate with NASA (p2); Moscow police ask students to help identify suspect (p3); Speaker mixes academia, Dr. Seuss (p3); Vandals will ‘Dig for Gold’ at home against Washington State tonight (p7); UI football drops to 0-3 after loss to Oregon (p7);
Soccer; ASUI Senate; Latah County Fair; Parking Services; City of Moscow - water; Fist Top Ranch; Strike; Protest; ITS; Idaho Commons; NASA; Moscow police; American Distance Education Consortium
September 22nd, 2000 Battle of the Palouse; OMA prepares for Hispanic Heritage Month; Poetry, music, art featured at South Side Coffeehouse (p3); SUB workers hit gas pipe; no damage reported (p3); Clinton proposes thinning and burning of private, state and tribal lands (p4); Vandals drop home opener to WSU (p9); Eastern Eagles grounded by Vandals (p9);
Hispanic Heritage Month; Office of Multicultural Affairs; South Side Coffeehouse; SUB; Football; Volleyball; Women's volleyball; Soccer
September 26th, 2000 Vandal victory current history with consecutive win over border rival WSU; Hispanic student pursues college dream; Monday rally brings Bush supporters to Spokane; GDI week bonds residence halls (p3); Film helps exhibit Hispanic heritage (p3); Washington may allow dogs to help in cougar hunts (p3); Clinton taps oil reserves (p4); Test would challenge ITAs verbal skills (p4); Vandals shut out Nevada Wolf Pack (p9); Volleyball tears apart Bulldogs (p9);
Football; College Assistance Migrant Program; Bush; Rally; GDI week; WSU; Cougars; Hispanic Heritage Month; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Clinton; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer
September 29th, 2000 Altering the ethnic image, UI administration disturbed by doctored Web site photo; Students question need for separate videos; Student fees will rise 10 percent after Spring semester 2001; Ag Days educates community (p2); Cadavers provide hands-on learning (p2); Record number of dads to visit (p3); Few UI students study abroad (p3); Windows give look into a mooving digestive system (p4); Residency the focus of student voters (p5); Vandals defeat Huskies (p11); Aggies defeat frantic Vandals (p11); Vandals won’t overlook Montana State (p11); Soccer faces Western Washington University (p12);
Administration; Information and Technology Services; Student Affairs; Tuition; Student fees; Ag Days; College of Agriculture; Medical Education Program; Study abroad; Dad’s Weekend; Cows; Residency; Soccer; Volleyball; Volleyball; WSU; Football
October 3rd, 2000 Look for a job at Career Expo in the Dome; Forney Hall wins seventh straight GDI; University responds to doctored photo; Students react to ethnic photo incident; Vandal Challenge invites Latino students (p2); Cochran hopes to extend recycling to all living groups (p3); Environmental specialist to visit UI for lecture (p3); Vandals grab second win against Montana (p9); Big conference wins for Vandal volleyball (p9); Women’s soccer team shuts out Western Washington (p9);
Forney Hall; GDI; Career Expo; Administration; Hispanic Heritage Month; Vandal Challenge; ASUI president; ASUI; Greek system; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer
October 6th, 2000 UI awarded largest grant in school history, will use $9 million for biomedical research; Council considers ITA verbal tests; CNR wants council to shoot down ‘parachute’; Foreman makes home at UI (p2); Presentation focuses on poetry in Book of Mormon (p2); When West meets East (p9); Volleyball travels to take on California (p9); Academic programs for athletes help with pressures of school (p10); Soccer seeks conference victory (p10);
College of Natural Resources; Faculty Council; Grant; Biology; Construction; Book of Mormon; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer
October 10th, 2000 Vandals gear up for Homecoming events throughout the week; UI’s oldest undergraduate reflects on her past, her art and gives advice to fellow students; City approves ‘vandalizing’ hydrants; Latino students attend Vandal Challenge (p2); Students build supercomputer to study evolution, bioinformatics (p3); Owners wanted for animals without homes (p3); UI alumnus to speak on Russian nuclear security (p3); Vandals hand over game to Mountaineers (p10); Vandals find disappointment in California (p10); Playboy honors UI athletes (p10); Women’s soccer beats Cal State (p10);
Zelda Carrico; Homecoming; Vandal Boosters; Vandal Challenge; Computer Science; Animals; Stubblefield, Gary; Football; Soccer; Volleyball; Volleyball; Playboy
October 13th, 2000 Construction projects cover campus; Crowd protests against Middle Eastern violence; ‘Tower of Terror’ haunting some residents; The Cube has the answers (p2); Fee increase meets opposition (p3); Overcrowding a concern at tonight’s drag show (p3); Dr. Sharon Stoll, founder for UI’s Center of Ethics, focuses on moral education (p10); Volleyball faces top team (p10);
Construction; Muslim Student Association; Tower; Ghosts; Cube; Library; Tuition; Student fees; Drag; Drag show; Stoll, Sharon; Center of Ethics; Volleyball; Volleyball
October 17th, 2000 UI waits on FEMA approval for new Rec Center, Flood plain issues slow progress; Bush leads entering last debate; Drug convictions could affect financial aid eligibility; Senator speaks for non-traditional, off-campus students (p2); Churches warned to stay impartial (p3); Annual Taste Fair gives new food options (p3); Vandals hold heads high after volleyball defeat (p8); Vandals open Big West season with a win (p8); Women’s soccer team enjoys weekend (p8);
Recreation Center; Bush; Drugs; Financial aid; Tuition; ASUI Senate; ASUI; Idaho Interfaith Alliance; Taste Fair; Moscow Food Co-op; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football; Soccer
August 29th, 2000 LCSC president steps down, joins UI faculty; Fighting fires keep some students from hitting the books; Construction increases parking woes; UI student remains in critical condition (p2); UI students wed in the woods (p2); Skin cancer on the rise for young people (p3); Palousafest (p6); Vandals prepare for a promising football season (p18); New coaching staff heads women’s volleyball team (p18); Vandal soccer ready to make some noise (p18); Defense rules silver-gold volleyball game (p18);
LCSC; Board of Education; Firefighting; Fire; Construction; Parking and Transportation Services; ROTC; Wedding; Aramburn, Jon Paulo; Cancer; Palousafest; Football; Volleyball; Volleyball
October 20th, 2000 UI moving forward on financial restructuring; International TA bill passes faculty council; Prichard Gallery welcomes art exhibit of Christo and Jeanne-Claude; Abortion pill may be available in a few months; Construction workers follow ‘recipe’ for building (p2); ASUI senate stops bill amendment (p3); Vandals travel to warmer climate (p9); Anderson awarded Big West player of the week (p9); Volleyball team falls to rival Broncos (p9); Football attempts to break 13-13 tie with Aggies (p9); Yanks battle earns subway series, Mariners head home (p9); Big Pimpin’ Marathon Team heads to Chicago (p10);
Student fees; Tuition; International TA Bill; Prichard Gallery; Abortion; Construction; ASUI Senate; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer; Football; Baseball
November 3rd, 2000 UI Athletic Department wants to extend contract for use of Martin Stadium; UI, tribes sign pact to strengthen each other; ASUI candidates hold first debate (p2); Swisher changes focus to ASUI lobbying (p3); Prosecution confident in Shackelford trial (p3); Volleyball comes home for the weekend (p9); Director of Athletics chooses Moscow as home (p9); Soccer finishes season against Gonzaga (p9); Vandal hockey team sharpens skates for another season (p9); Mean Green face Vandals again (p9);
Athletic Department; Martin Stadium; Native Americans; Memorandum of Understanding; ASUI elections; Shackleford, Dale; Crime; Murder; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; Hockey; Basketball; Men’s Basketball
November 7th, 2000 Presidential race closest in 40 years; Election Day finally arrives; Tutxinmepu Pow-Wow promotes community, understanding (p2); ASUI to vote on expensive bill (p4); Quarters connects UI with community (p5); Pow-wow expresses Native American family values (p10); Women’s volleyball loses two in a row (p12); UI soccer defeats Gonzaga in season finale (p12); Webcasters make UI games world-wide events (p12); Idaho steals another win on the road at North Texas (p12);
Presidential election; Election Day; Tutxinmepu Pow-Wow; ASUI; Quarters for Shoes for Kids for Christmas; Native Americans; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; Internet; Internet broadcasting; Football
November 10th, 2000 Nation still short president-elect; Senate spends $45k for better campus safety; Hoover gives UI staff update on campus; Groundbreaking today for $16 million Rec Center; ASUI candidates battle for position (p2); Speaker highlights cultural identity (p3); CNR banquet ruled successful (p4); Vandal’s final home game actually at home (p11); Women’s basketball loses heartbreaker in over-time (p11); UI volleyball goes back to California (p11); UI Men’s Basketball team has big shoes to fill (p11); Vandal football returns to Kibbie to battle NMSU Aggies (p12);
Presidential election; Recreation Center; Hoover, Robert; ASUI elections; College of Natural Resources; Football; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Volleyball; Volleyball; Men’s Basketball
November 14th, 2000 Spending is key in campaigning for ASUI office; City, county and university collaborate look ahead for a cohesive and inviting downtown; As sides turn to courts in Florida, attitudes harden; Man dedicated to international goodwill (p2); Senators to contact off-campus students via phone (p2); Commons receives design award (p3); Idaho domestic violence law put into federal legislation (p4); Vandals finish off Aggies in double overtime, 44-41 (p9); Men’s basketball loses to LCSC (p9); Women’s volleyball loses two games on the road (p9); Lady Vandals pull off a squeaker against Aukland (p10); Men’s volleyball: club for competitive fun (p10);
ASUI elections; Presidential election; City of Moscow - streets; Harter, Dr. Don; Idaho Commons; Violence Against Women Act; Football; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Volleyball; Volleyball; Volleyball, men’s
November 16th, 2000 - Anti-Bronco Edition Murder trial keeps defense attorney busy; Forum addresses student fee hike; Snowball attacks get dangerous (p2); Changes to fee revenus raise questions (p3); Legislators converge on UI campus (p3); UI forestry professor receives prestigious award (p3); Vandals travel to Smurf Turf for Big West championship (p6); Men’s basketball hopes to gain steam in regular season play over holiday (p6); Lady Vandals travel this weekend to Nevada for Reno Tourney (p6); Volleyball conference coming to a close (p7);
Murder; Shackleford, Dale; Student fee; Tuition; City of Moscow - weather; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Machlis, Gary; Football; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Volleyball; Volleyball
November 28th, 2000 Morning blaze engulfs apartment; In a courtroom with two dozen lawyers, work begins; As Ramadan begins, Muslims see new clouds of suspicion; Library art display vandalized (p2); Kappa Alpha Theta is back (p3); Two wins conclude volleyball season (p8); Vandals fall hard to state rival Boise State with 66-24 loss (p8); Rivals meet on Vandal turf for awaited Battle of the Palouse (p8); Vandal women open season 0-4 (p9);
Fire; Apartments; Presidential election; Ramadan; Library; Kappa Alpha Theta; Greek system; Football; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Battle of the Palouse; Women's Basketball; Volleyball; Volleyball
December 1st, 2000 Florida Legislature makes a move on electoral votes; Clark-Thomas takes new approach to office of ASUI President; Panhellenic elects new leaders; RHA earns top honors at regionals; Faculty Council invites students to meeting regarding parking issues on campus (p2); UI Researchers battles arctic chill for science (p3); Vandals fall easily to WSU in border basketball battle (p8); Ski and Snowboard team carves up the slopes in new season (p8); Anna-Marie Hammond brings skill and honors to the Idaho team (p8); Battle of the Palouse: Women’s basketball style (p9); Outdoor Rental Program tunes winter gear (p10); Palouse volunteers help to remedy Paradise Creek pollution (p10);
Presidential election; ASUI president; Residence Hall Association; Panhellenic Council; Faculty Council; Parking and Information Services; Antarctica; Research; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Ski and Snowboard team; Hockey; Women's Basketball; Outdoor Rental Program; Paradise Creek
October 24th, 2000 Spokane serial killer escapes death penalty; Health Fair gives students, community opportunity for bodily check-up, tune-up; Faculty salaries too low, Council says; Crusade explains Mark and Brenda campaign (p2); ASUI election approaching (p3); Busy week for women’s volleyball (p9); Vandals drop conference game to Aggies (p9); Intramurals give students chance to take part in UI athletics (p9); Construction begins to enhance Vandal athletics at Kibbie Dome (p10); Soccer second in Big West action (p10);
Faculty Council; Serial Killer; Yates Jr., Robert; Health and Nutrition Fair; Campus Crusade for Christ; ASUI elections; Volleyball; Volleyball; Football; Soccer; Intramural Athletics; Construction
December 5th, 2000 New computer lab in SUB adds 120 to campus network; Gore turned down on recount; School expels fraternities for forcing pledges to drink; Inclement weather makes drivers weary; Senator wants students to know ‘ We get things done’ (p2); Senate spends over 60K in busy semester (p2); Latah County Library will surprise you (p8); Vandals lose point guard, drop game to WSU (p10); Vandal volleyball 2000, looking back (p10); Vandals disappointed as they slip to a 1-4 record (p10);
SUB; Computer Services; Beta Theta Pi; Tau Kappa Epsilon; City of Moscow - weather; Presidential election; ASUI Senate; ASUI; Latah County Library; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
December 8th, 2000 On-campus lighting will improve; Fee proposals could raise costs by 20 percent; Protests mar EU Summit; Taking the right steps could prevent fire; UI center suspended; Students, faculty chill waiting for building improvements; Bob’s Place plans more renovations (p2); Lambley wants to make a difference in Senate (p4); UI gets much-needed home win (p8); Philosophy behind the fists, feet (p8); Vandal women lose another game and starter (p8);
ASUI; ASUI Senate; Facilities; EU Summit; Fire; Football; Bob’s Place; ASUI elections; Karate; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
December 12nd, 2000 New online evaluations draw mixed support; Behind the scenes at MPD; Actor falls from platform during performance; Actor falls from platform during performance; Fisherman uprising will not cancel professor’s plans (p2); AIDS epidemic gets worse (p3); A few tips for surviving Dead Week (p3); ASUI raises over $700 for kids shoes (p3); Vandals take second place (p7); Vandal men lose in double overtime (p7); Vandal Spirit Squad cheering to pump you up (p8);
Moscow Police Department; Online evaluations; Evaluations; Poole, Kal; Hartung Theater; Geist, Dennis; AIDS; AIDS Awareness; Dead week; ASUI; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Spirit squad; Cheerleading
December 15th, 2000 Alcohol-related offenses lead list of Moscow crimes for year; UI works with Spring, AT&T to improve campus cellular coverage; Higher permit fees and loss of free parking possible in 2001-2002; Women report more rapes to Women’s Center (p2); Former student recovering after accident (p3); ASUI senator not ready to leave college life (p4); UI was a natural fit for Senator Poe (p4); Hometown boy proves himself (p8); A pro in the making (p8); Vandals look for redemption, win (p8); Women defeat PSU Vikings (p8);
Crime; Alcohol; Cell phones; Parking and Transit; Parking Services; Women’s Center; Rape; Sexual Assault; ASUI Senate; ASUI; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball
October 27th, 2000 Students pack SUB for UI Health Fair; From Red Square to Friendship Square, Cosmonauts visit UI, community; Double murder trial opening arguments begin today; Vaughn tackling ASUI rules in senator position (p3); Women’s volleyball suffers sixth straight loss (p8); Women’s Rugby club is hoping to finish off Spokane in final game (p8); Women’s soccer to face BSU (p8); Fantasy basketball season just around the corner (p8);
SUB; Health and Nutrition Fair; Cosmonauts; Friendship Square; Shackleford, Dale; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Volleyball; Volleyball; Rugby; Rugby, Women’s; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; Basketball; Fantasy Basketball
October 31st, 2000 FEMA foils Student Rec plans for floodplains; Moscow and the UI will host a national conference for Native Americans; Tower Trick-or-Treat assisted financially by ASUI bill; New core curriculum requires different teaching approaches (p2); Moscow resident awaits hearing after Chenoweth-Hage ‘pie-ing’ (p3); Swing band to visit Pullman (p3); Rodeo team works, rides and plays hard (p9); Vandals smash Titans and Anteaters to end losing streak (p9); Black Widows win last home game against Spokane (p10); Vandal soccer shuts out rival Boise State Broncos (p10);
FEMA; Recreation Center; Native American Student Association; Tower Trick-or-Treat; ASUI; Curriculum; Crime; Pullman; Rodeo; Rodeo team; Volleyball; Volleyball; Rugby; Rugby, Women’s; Soccer
June 14th, 2000 American Indian studies minor to be offered; Pullman's 4th of July celebration to feature professional fireworks show; UI RHA places second at national level; Hardcore band plans to 'Infest' America;. American Indian studies minor to be offered; Pullman's 4th of July celebration to feature professional fireworks show; UI RHA places second at national level; Hardcore band plans to 'Infest' America;
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