Argonaut 2007

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January 12nd, 2007 Erickson a Devil, Akey to be a Vandal; Councilman still missing; UI cheerleader dies in crash; Thefts spur concerns about identity theft; MLK III carries on father’s legacy and dream (p3); University hires new director of diversity (p3); Barkdull preps for trial (p3); Dare for more - just don’t ask for a Coke (p4); Lawsuit filed against university (p5); Karma: 1, Vandal Fans: 0 (p11); Aggies rally late to beat Vandals (p11); UI swim team returns to the pool after long break (p12); Poor shooting costs Vandals five losses over break (p12); UI women’s hoops drop seven in a row (p13);
Dickinson, John; Cabrera, Angie; Football; Akey, Robb; Identity theft; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Director of Diversity; Edwards, Mark; Barkdull, David; Rape; Kappa Sigma; Vending machines; Lawsuit; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Swim; Women's Basketball
January 17th, 2007 100 years: from fields to space; Mold leads to closure of university apartments; Marching toward equality; New ASUI senator brings experience, ambition (p3); UI clubs stacked for seasons (p10); Close, but not quite, for Idaho (p10); Aggies run past Vandals (p10); St. Mary’s stuns Gonzaga (p11);
Engineering Department; South Hill; Civil rights; Friendship Square; Civil Rights Commemoration March; ASUI; ASUI elections; Ski Club; Swim; Men’s Basketball; Basketball; Gonzaga
January 19th, 2007 How one UI law student scaled Mount Kilimanjaro; Friends, family memorialize deceased cheerleader; UI reacts to potential change in loans (p3); From Idaho to Israel: One Vandal’s journey (p4); Buzzer beater gives Vandals first WAC win (p10); Akey already making his mark (p10); Men open season this weekend at UW (p10); Vandals set to begin indoor season this weekend at WSU Open (p11);
Martin, Chase; Cabrera, Angie; Student loans; Cerrillo, Berto; ASUI; ASUI president; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Football; Tennis; Men’s Tennis; Track and Field; Track and Field
January 23rd, 2007 Delta reopen house; An examination of Idaho’s rape law; Charges dropped against Barkdull; Strengthening the future, How Moscow Mentor Program volunteers inspire and provide leadership for local youth; Greek councils fill leadership positions (p3); Senator brings plans for more entertainment; Leaders built through university program (p3); UI falls to 10 losses (p10); Winger, Wauters throw NCAA qualifiers at WSU (p10); Vandals play physical final minute but yield one-point loss to Louisiana Techsters (p10); Kills, picks and kicks: UI students honored (p10); Get busy outside with the Outdoor Program (p11);
Delta Tau Delta; Rape; Sexual Assault; Barkdull, David; Moscow Mentor Program; Greek system; Interfraternity Council; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Idaho Leadership Education and Development Series; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Athletics Department; Outdoor Program
January 26th, 2007 Salaries lead funding request; Graffiti marks up campus, Moscow; UI shouts back to Bush’s State of the Union address; Thanks a million: Students write letters of thanks (p3); Experience Fest shows students innovative studying (p3); Computers stolen from Polya lab (p3); Wallace westsiders get easier access (p3); Rec Center gets new machines (p4); Good grades pay off (p4); UI Gymnastics Club gives member a chance to practice old habits (p10); Idaho goes home after NMSU defeat (p10); Idaho, Miller, ready for final weekend (p10);
Salaries; Graffiti; Vandalism; Iraq War; Bush; Thank-A-Thon; Experience Fest; Wallace Food Court; Polya lab; Wallace; Student Recreation Center; FAFSA; Gymnastics Club; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Swim
January 30th, 2007 Graduation changes spark debate on campus; New expansion levels up the ‘World of Warcraft’ lifestyle; VOX revisits issues of Roe v. Wade; Adkins optimistic about second term, spring Senate (p3); There’s a new bookstore in town (p3); BSU owns Idaho in second period (p9); Ice without the chill (p9); Cabrera’s uniform retired (p9); Smoke on the water (p9); Idaho bests WSU (10); Westbrooks out for good (p10);
Graduation; World of Warcraft; VOX; Roe v. Wade; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Beat the Bookstore; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Student Recreation Center; Swim; Cabrera, Angie; Track and Field; Track and Field; Women's Basketball
February 2nd, 2007 Enrollment dips again; Learning to lobby; Slow sales but high hopes for MLK III talk; Wheatland seeks new funding; Director of budget retires, UI begins candidate interviews (p3); Towels caused locker room blaze (p3); Former Vandal: Walk-on to the Bowl (p10); Idaho takes last in conference (p11); Nagle grows up (p11); Idaho competes in first indoor home meet (p11);
Enrollment; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Wheatland Express; Budget Office; Brainard, Mark; Physical Education Building; Fire; Football; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Track and Field
February 6th, 2007 University refutes Tackett’s claims; Civil rights activist Martin Luther King III shares how he continues the work his father began; Positions advance American Indian education; Future of Moscow ice rink on thin ice (p3); Sigma Phi Epsilon looks to return to UI campus (p3); New ASUI senator strives to aid university advising (p3); Wallace RAs put on historic charity drive (p4); UI suffers overtime loss again (p10); Another one bites the dust (p10); UI meet preps track team for Washington (p10); Rugby hits the field without full squad (p10);
Lawsuit; Civil rights; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; American Indian; Moscow Rotary Veteran’s Memorial Pavilion Ice Rink; Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Wallace; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Rugby; Track and Field; Track and Field
February 9th, 2007 College of Education waits for word; Campaign goes off campus; Moxie Java suddenly shut its door; Research vice president position filled; Program gives students money for research (p3); Palouse FOX viewers left hanging by Time Warner (p3); Women’s basketball looking to recover (p10); Akey misses Idaho in new recruiting class (p10); First half plagues Vandals, BSU wins (p10);
College of Education; Accreditation; Moxie Java; Open Space Open Minds; Research; FOX; Time Warner; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Football
February 21st, 2007 - Jazz Festival Issue Putting Akey’s money where his mouth is; Senators propose a new way to vote; Growing Idaho’s fuel; Runners race in red for heart disease; Tower Bar brings Mardi Gras to Moscow (p3); From rodeo queen to ASUI senator: Tricia Crump’s story (p3); ASUI conducts letter-writing campaign (p3); Hurdling to the top (p11); A quick tuneup (p11); Swimmers earn less points, learn more lessons (p11); Tired Pfeifer fights on (p12); Vandals lose to LA Tech (p12);
ASUI; ASUI president; Akey, Robb; ASUI Senate; BioBug; Palouse Empire Mall; Heart Disease; Red Dress Run; Gritman Medical Center; The Tower; Rodeo; Mardi Gras; Track and Field; Track and Field; Swim; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival
February 23rd, 2007 - Career Expo Board approves Kibbie Dome study; Midnight express; Student fee increases proposed to committee (p3); Punchscan fails to receive two-thirds majority (p4); UI law students to aid Katrina victims still in need (p4); Pullman police releases report on Tasered student (p4); Survey measures Vandal Engagement (p5); Watson leads in scoring in UI senior night (p12); Looking to rebound in ‘07-’08 season (p12); UI track and field has its eye on the championship (p12);
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Kibbie Dome; Board of Education; Student fee; Tuition; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Punchscan; ASUI elections; Hurricane Katrina; Pullman police; WSU; National Survey of Student Engagement; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Track and Field; WAC
February 27th, 2007 UI plans drive north; Program to keep scholars in Idaho; Learning in a virtual world; Wallace concept room tours begin next month (p3); Garcia wants to help, inspire fellow students (p3); Celebrating everyBODY (p3); Students find relief in SRC massages (p4); No WAC title for UI track (p11); Vandals lose in senior night before Hawai’i game (p11); Idaho prepares for last home games (p11); Cyclists take on Devil’s Slide race in Lewiston (p12);
Sandpoint extension; Sandpoint; Go Idaho! Scholarship; Scholarships; White, Tim; Internet; Wallace; Garcia, Pedro; ASUI Senate; ASUI; National Eating Disorder Awareness Week; Student Recreation Center; Gritman Therapy Solutions; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Track and Field; Track and Field; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; WAC; Women's Basketball; Cyclists; Cycling; Devil’s Slide
March 2nd, 2007 Moscow shows support for buses; Researchers file suit against UI; Coughing up the flu; VandalMail switches its servers, offers more; A Big Easy weekend (p3); Students asked to respond to Punchscan (p4); Martin Forum looks at EU/US relations (p4); UI sinks to Hawai’i at home 64-43 (p13); UI faces Spartans twice (p13); Carpenter is a jack of all trades on and off the field (p13); UI tennis preps home, road matches (p14);
Flu; Vandal mail; Wheatland Express; Research; Mardi Gras; Martin Forum; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Punchscan; Track and Field; Track and Field; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Tennis; Women's tennis
March 6th, 2007 Students get a lift; Committed in college; Garden grows student’s dream; Hallmates keep Targhee traditions alive (p3); Loeb lobbies for student involvement in community (p3); Palouse Hospitals welcome Inland Northwest Blood Center (p3); Blown away at Lewiston’s Devil’s Slide (p9); Vandals head to Championships in last place (p9);
Vandal Access; Marriage; Farnsworth, Robert; Paradise Creek; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Loeb, Paul; Targhee Hall; Palouse Hospitals; Inland Northwest Blood Center; Cycling Club; Devil’s Slide; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
March 9th, 2007 Student fees could rise 5.95 percent; Starburst petition sent to officials; UI students provide aid in Kenya; Vandals get their POP, old e-mails back; Used dresses, new dreams (p3); Students get inside look at Wallace concept rooms (p3); Fishing for Mary Magdalene in the south of France (p4); Food for thought: books collected for Ethiopia (p4); Tomatoes and the Oilers (p11); Winter training sparks friendly competition (p11); Idaho falls in first-round (p11); UI beats SJSU in post-season (p11); UI athletes look for wins at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships (p12); Vandals thump competition (p12);
Student fee; Tuition; Starburst petition; Kenya; Vandal mail; Wallace; Wallace concept rooms; Panhellenic Council; Greek system; Campus Christian Center; Magdalene, Mary; Ethiopia; Starvation; Honors Student Advisory Board; Track and Field; Track and Field; Football; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Track and Field; Tennis; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis
March 20th, 2007 Arrest made in armed robbery; Two UI students share their experiences beyond four walls and a roof; Petitions still available for ASUI general elections; Grant promotes paper conservation (p4); Best Raider Competition aims to test cadets’ physical, mental strength (p4); Final season looking up for seniors (p9); An All-American trifecta (p9); Vandals end season to Nevada in conference game (p9); UI rebuilds for next year (p10);
Robbery; Armed Robbery; Crime; ASUI; ASUI Senate; ASUI elections; ROTC; Library; Sustainability Center; Football; Track and Field; Track and Field; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
March 23rd, 2007 Water tower to receive makeover; Steel House to be closed; Alleged victim testifies in Taupule hearing; Students rebuild homes destroyed by Katrina; Data file posted to university Web site causes no harm, still stirs up trouble (p3); Wheatland may finalize funding agreement (p3); Students evaluate nutrition (p3); Dancing for cultural diversity (p8); An airborne All-American (p12); Spring season, recruiting underway for women’s soccer (p12); Idaho golf looks to stay hot at next Invite (p12); UI rests after road trip games (p13); Felton finishes career from the bench (p14);
Water tower; Steel House; Taupule, Tone; Hurricane Katrina; Data leak; National Nutrition Month; Wheatland Express; Women’s Center; Track and Field; Track and Field; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; Golf; Tennis; Women's tennis; Basketball; Women's Basketball
February 13rd, 2007 ASUI attempts to save Wheatland; Valentine’s Day secrets they don’t want you to know; DangerZone posters stir trouble in Neely Hall (p3); Holbrook wants to build bridge between Senate and residence halls (p3); Orientation leaders introduce new students to Vandal life (p3); A Texas showdown (p13); Scaccia still a kid at heart (p13); Owen breaks own record again (p13); Utah State owns Cowan Spectrum (p14);
ASUI; Wheatland Express; Valentine’s Day; DangerZone; Neely Hall; ASUI Senate; New Student Orientation; Swim; WAC; Western Athletic Conference; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
March 27th, 2007 Plaque but no tower for logo; Salinas resigns for position at WSU; ASUI candidates start election campaigns; HPV vaccine a slow process for students (p3); Greek and residence halls begin week-long festivities (p3); Crews demolish historic grain elevator (p4); Slippery start for UI rugby (p9); Spring season continues for UI women’s soccer (p9); Women’s tennis returns to action (p10);
Salinas, Francisco D. Jr; University Logo; WSU; ASUI; ASUI Senate; ASUI elections; Greek system; HPV; HPV vaccine; CDC; Grain elevator; Rugby; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; Tennis; Women's tennis
March 30th, 2007 - Lifestyles of the Poor and Studious Moscow transit is still rolling; A global education; Fight to save Steel intensifies; Tours, fair planned for recruitment day; Gambino’s starts a new life in new building (p3); Increased student fees discussed at open forum (p3); Controversial poster’s ripple effect hits Moscow (p4); Slackers toe the line (p13); Akey, Vandals start spring practice (p13); Freshmen shine at Duck Invitational (p13); Women’s snowboard team grabs gold (p13); Idaho falls to Gonzaga in front of big crowd (p15);
Wheatland Express; Moscow Valley Transit; Steel House; Vandal Friday; Gambino’s; Student fee; Tuition; Vasquez, Robert; Climbing Team; Student Recreation Center; Football; Akey, Robb; Golf; Snowboard team; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s
April 3rd, 2007 Student death ruled a homicide; UI athlete charged with battery; Students shown the world from inside the LLC; Women, war and peace examined at symposium; Voluntary screening increases alcohol awareness (p3); N. Idaho farmers complain state favors S. Idaho growers (p3); Ballroom team on the upswing (p7); UI finds early success in the outdoor season (p10); Largest UI group to date competes in Lewiston (p10); Tennis keeps on rolling (p10); UI women’s soccer wins first spring game (p11);
Boss, David Robert; Homicide; Murder; Death; Butler, Jevon; LLC; Living Learning Community; Borah Symposium; National Alcohol Screening Day; Alcohol; Grangeville; Ballroom team; Track and Field; Track and Field; Rodeo Club; Tennis; Women's tennis; Soccer, Women’s; Soccer
April 6th, 2007 Homicide unites campus; Campus and community work together; Trials and tribulations; Students arrested in Colfax says cops went ‘overboard’ (p3); Taupule pleads innocent (p3); High hopes for election turn out (p4); Club rallies in Lewiston for rodeo (p14); Vandals don pads for spring practice (p14); UI’s Grove turns heads in California (p14); UI men’s tennis look to continue winning streak (p15);
Delling, John Joseph; Boss, David Robert; ASUI; City of Moscow - government; Football; Colfax; Crime; Taupule, Tone; ASUI elections; Rodeo Club; Golf; Golf, Men’s; Tennis; Men’s Tennis
April 10th, 2007 Third shooting in 13-day spree; What’s on your plate?; Sigma Phi Epsilon upset about lost house; ASUI lobbyist pushes for scholarships, faculty compensation (p3); New Vandalmail offers more than just e-mail (p4); UI shines at design contest (p4); Slocum leaves Idaho (p13); Three more Vandals go regional (p13); Rodeo club holds ranking in Lewiston (p13); Knight works it all out (p14);
Delling, John Joseph; Shooting; Murder; Vegetarians; Commons cafeteria; Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASUI; Vandal mail; Design Contest; Slocum, DeMarlo; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Track and Field; Rodeo Club; Student Recreation Center
February 16th, 2007 Retirement plan offers options to employees; Jazz Fest celebrates 40 years; Wheatland Express, Valley Transit bus riders sound off; Use of Tasers questioned after incident at WSU; KaBOOM! To build playground in Genesee (p3); Protect yourself from the flu (p3); Percussion 101: Intro to a jazzy beat (p7); Track gets last chance before WAC (p11); Determined but plagued (p11); Women’s ice hockey stays strong at UI (p11); Vandals drop eighth (p12);
Retirement; White, Tim; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Wheatland Express; Tasers; WSU; Washington State University; KaBoom!; Genesee; Flu; Track and Field; Track and Field; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Hockey; Hockey, Women’s; Men’s Basketball
April 13rd, 2007 Former student remembered; Additional evidence found in murder case; Students impress at graduate exposition; Multicultural student center opens its door; UI grad finds success with ‘Frontline’ (p3); ‘Frontline’ honored at Washington State’s Murrow Symposium (p3); Charges filed against former UI football player (p3); RHA elects several new executive board members (p4); Community walks together for equality (p4); No slack (p12); Climbing festival scaling new heights (p12); Idaho wants to keep success rolling (p12); UI struggles in Arizona (p12);
White, Tim; Boss, David Robert; Administration; Murder; Delling, John Joseph; Graduate Research Exposition; TLC; Multicultural Center; Kirk, Michael; Frontline; Murrow Symposium; Williams, Jaron; Residence Hall Association; RHA; RHA-Elections; Walking on Common Ground; Climbing Team; Student Recreation Center; Soccer; Golf; Golf, Men’s
April 24th, 2007 Life out of the president’s office; SBOE OKs new turf; Classical studies prof set to retire in ‘08; Freshmen stand tallest at Golden Joes (p3); Concert, cans for Earth Week (p3); Guts and gears (p9); UI looks to extend season at WAC championships (p9); Enderle’s the man for now (p9); Olympian skiier adapts past to help HIV org (p10);
ASUI; ASUI president; Board of Education; Kibbie Dome; Classical studies; Golden Joes; Earth Week; Cycling Club; Golf; WAC; Women’s Golf; Football; Skiing; HIV; Right to Play
April 27th, 2007 Council updates COE’s status; Keeping the dream alive; White calls for fiscal responsibility; Gaffney, Huddleston plan fresh start for ASUI (p3); Vandals honor fallen Hokies with candlelight vigil (p3); Robbery reported in Commons (p3); Student Grant Program recipients show their projects (p4); Vandals win WAC tourney (p13); Lima lapper finds open space (p13); Women win, men begin in tennis conference play (p14); Idaho students vie in 3-part Collegiate Cycling race (p14);
Vandal Scholarship Fund; College of Education; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education; White, Tim; Idaho Commons; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Virginia Tech; Virginia Tech Shooting; Virginia Tech Massacre; Student Grant Program; WAC; Golf; Women’s Golf; Track and Field; Track and Field; Tennis; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Cycling Club
May 1st, 2007 Football player booted for cocaine; How safe is UI?; Albertson Building handed over; Walking on Common Ground (p3); College of Engineering celebrates its 100th birthday (p3); Golfer says ‘Aloha’ to UI (p13); Vandal men head to WAC (p13); Silver, gold and diamonds (p13); Idaho rides strong at Cycling Championships (p13); Tennis falls at WAC tournament (p14);
Albertson Building; Campus Security; Football; Cocaine; Community Walk Day; City of Moscow - streets; College of Engineering; Golf; WAC; Football; Kibbie Dome; Cycling Club; Tennis
May 4th, 2007 Weekend raises funds for KaBoom!; Scenes of the times; UI graduating class of 2007 prepares for the future; UI senior McNeal awarded Purple Heart (p3); Former marketing director reflects on logo’s creation (p3); UI computer policies receive a makeover (p6); Crowd rallies in opposition of immigration raids (p7); Image campaign may be starting to pay off (p7); Board decision opens UI to nationally accredited schools (p7); Senators set goals for next semester (p8); McConnell brings Texas-sized ambition to the Senate (p8); Where does all the money go? (p9); University athletics equate adequate funding with success on, off field (p9); 98 years later, College of Law looks to future (p11); Wheeles running it home one last time (p13); Men’s golf season ends in Reno (p27); Seniors’ farewell (p27); Vandals close out season (p27); In the ring with UI’s boxing club (p28); Sending hope, flags to the heavens (p29); UI cracks down on players with saliva drug tests (p29);
KaBoom!; Genesee; Graduation; Iraq War; Purple Heart; Marketing; Logo; Computer systems; MECha; Open Space Open Minds; Board of Education; Accreditation; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Student fees; Tuition; University athletics; Athletics Department; College of Law; Residence Hall Association; RHA; Golf; Golf, Men’s; Tennis; Women's tennis; Track and Field; Track and Field; Boxing club; Drug tests; Drugs; Outdoor Program
May 23rd, 2007 - Summer Issue Summer Arg is back for another year (p3); Violence makes for an atypical Saturday night (p5); For the love of the grape (p6); Idaho to New Mexico: Road tripping (p7); Art class offers children a colorful future (p8);
Summer Argonaut; Argonaut; Crime; Wine; Road trip; Art
June 6th, 2007 - Summer Issue The woes of a June 1 lease (p3); Three Vandal football players booted for book theft (p5); Eighth-grader represents Idaho at Bee Week (p6); Two documentary films inspired by Webster’s own (p6); Idaho yak farmer offers an alternative red meat (p8); New Moscow barbecue offers Texas-style lunch (p9); A fire extinguished, a past celebrated (p10); Bringing friends, family together through winemaking (p11);
Apartments; Football; Theft; Crime; Bee Week; Documentary; Tamarack Yak Farm; VJ’s BBQ; Ranching; Wine
June 20th, 2007 - Summer Issue Artwalk ‘07 includes several first-timers (p5); Throwing wide the studio doors (p5); ‘Summer of’42’ hits IRT for summer ‘07 (p6); ‘Elvis’ brings celebrity home (p7);
Artwalk; Repertory Theatre
April 17th, 2007 Rite of passage; Gunman kills 32 at Virginia Tech; Students to vote in new ASUI president, senators; Student attacked on Hello Walk (p5); Bidiman spreads the word on safe sex (p6); Adding golf to injury (p11); Big plays and a broken nose (p11); Festival gives away first cash prize (p11); Running teams race in new 189-mile course (p11); Vandals take charge at weekend tournaments (p12);
Virginia Tech Shooting; Virginia Tech; ASUI; ASUI elections; ASUI president; Hello Walk; Attack; Contraceptives; Safe sex; Sex; Track and Field; Track and Field; Golf; Football; Palouse Climbing Festival; Climbing Team
July 6th, 2007 - Summer Issue Businesses tested on rocky ground (p4); Pita Pit on the rebuild, slowly (p5); Bringing wine back to the valley (p6);
Prairie Bloom Nursery; Pita Pit; Clearwater Canyon Cellars
July 18th, 2007 Changes coming in on-campus parking; Motorcycle rally rolls into town; UI Mythbusters; Gem Hall could be service-based this fall; Putting on the Palouse (p13); Mountain climbing: a way of the life (p13);
LLC; Gem Hall; Parking Services; Latah County Fairgrounds; Golf; Climbing Team
August 17th, 2007 Steel House closes as a living group; Sororities pledge 236 new members; State board embraces Sandpoint campus; While you were out: A look at what’s been happening in town; Students can expect more upgrades in residence halls (p3); ASUI wants to see students involved (p4); UI hoping for success in enrollment efforts (p4); Positions still available with ASUI (p4); Why don’t you get a job? (p6); Vandal fans banking on Franks (p13); Dworshak a sunny retreat in the middle of nowhere (p13); Appaloosa Museum event offers a trail ride, Dutch oven cooking class (p13);
Steel House; Greek system; Board of Education; Sandpoint campus; Sandpoint satellite; Residence halls; ASUI; Enrollment; Camping; Football; Appaloosa Museum
August 21st, 2007 White welcomes 66 new faculty; Pita Pit returns to Moscow; New ITS location in TLC more convenient for students; UI offers new fire ecology, management degree (p3); Olsen returns to the team (p14); New players feeling at home on Vandal volleyball court (p14); Vandal freshmen push veterans (p14); Men’s XC team has strong nucleus (p15);
White, Tim; Pita Pit; TLC; ITS; Fire ecology and management; Cross-country; Volleyball; Volleyball; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; WAC
August 24th, 2007 Shooting leaves scars; UI turns to bonds; Frats embrace new brothers; UI not letting bed bugs bite; Changes to graduation ceremony successful (p3); Idaho begins ‘leading’ image (p3); Sodexho donates to food bank (p3); Name the student section (p11); Under the Akey standard (p11); Team shoots to defend WAC title (p11); New faces, high expectations for UI tennis team (p11); SRC more than just weights (p12);
White, Tim; Maintenance; Shooting; Husmann, Pete; Wallace; Bed bugs; Greek system; Graduation; Marketing; Sodexho; Sodexho Campus Services; Kibbie Dome; Football; Akey, Robb; Golf; Women’s Golf; Tennis; Student Recreation Center
August 28th, 2007 Students help Paint the Palouse; UI law school growing; ASUI prepares for service trip to Peru; AGR’s set to relocate (p3); Weight Watchers program still going strong (p3); Widening eyes (p4); UI wins at Cal Molten tourney (p10); Manning leads team by example (p10); College Football preview (p11);
Paint the Palouse; College of Law; ASUI; Peru; Alpha Gamma Rho; Weight Watchers; International Friendship Association; Volleyball; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; Football
April 20th, 2007 - Best of UI 2007 Board denies fee request; Gaffney, Huddleston win ASUI Election; Rules of admission (p3); The ins and outs of NSA (p3); Vandals offer Hokies support (p4); Creating a sacred journey (p4); Vandal Moms invade campus for an event-filled weekend (p4); Golden Joes highlight residence hall leaders (p7); Hemp Fest can save the world (p11); When a small town makes it big (p16); Sorority sponsors 5k race to help find ‘A Key for the Cure’ (p16); Vandals drop pounds for cash (p16);
Student fees; Tuition; Board of Education; ASUI; ASUI elections; ASUI Senate; New Saint Andrew’s College; Admissions; Virginia Tech; Virginia Tech Shooting; Agricultural Science; Mom’s Weekend; Residence Hall Association; RHA; Golden Joes; Hemp Fest; Track and Field; Track and Field; Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Key for the Cure Run; Vandal Fitness Challenge
September 7th, 2007 New parking guide for game day; Enrollment numbers are ‘something to be proud of’; KaBOOM! Adds the final touches, seeks volunteers; Digging up dollars (p3); Ordinance seeks to break up fighting in Pullman (p3); Vandals look to tame Mustangs (p13); From Moscow to Moscow (p13); An all-star in her own right (p14); University of Idaho opens Athletic Hall of Fame (p15); New turf for Akey era (p15);
Parking Services; College of Agriculture; Enrollment; KaBoom!; Genesee; Association of Latin Americans; Pullman; Football; Tennis; Men’s Tennis; Track and Field; Track and Field; Athletic Hall of Fame; Akey, Robb
September 11st, 2007 Building remodel beings; Raising voices; Campus Dining lowers prices at Kibbie; Women’s Center hosts annual open house (p3); Campus resources can point students in right direction (p3); Larsen dominates in Vandal wins (p11); Vandals rely on Jackson and defense for win (p11); Vandal soccer team splits games at Governor’s Cup (p11); The Ultimate club (p12);
Native American Student Center; Steel House; Campus Dining; Kibbie Dome; Women’s Center; Counseling and Testing Center; Volleyball; Football; Soccer; Frisbeen club; Red Scare
September 14th, 2007 Bikes light up the night; Crisis inspires action; Vandalism strikes Pi Phi house, sign; GPSA starts year, needs senators (p3); Enrollment up at College of Art and Architecture (p3); Meal plans no longer just for dorms (p4); You’ve got a friend (p4); Sigma Chi brings campus together for cancer (p5); UI vs. WSU: Battle of the Palouse (p11); Hull scores two in UI victory (p11); Volleyball begins conference play in Hawaii (p11);
Bicycles; Moscow Police Department; STAND; Pi Beta Phi; Vandalism; GPSA; Graduate and Professional Student Association; College of Art and Architecture; Freedom Plan; Campus Dining; Vandal Card; Women’s Center; Sigma Chi; Battle of the Palouse; Soccer; Football; Volleyball
September 18th, 2007 City on verge of new look; Community says farewell to Dickinson; Web site update provides much needed refresh; Program welcomes business ideas (p3); KD sorority turns 10 (p3); University celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (p4); Vandals hang tough, lose 45-28 (p7); Queen of Clubs (p7); Idaho continues to improve in absence of top runners (p7); UI falls in overtime for second loss (p8); Volleyball looks to rebound with four home games (p8); The wall of Sandman (p9);
City of Moscow; Dickinson, John; Administration; University of Idaho Website; Vandal Innovation and Enterprise Works; Kappa Delta; Hispanic Heritage Month; Football; Horse polo club; Cross-country; Soccer; Volleyball
September 21st, 2007 Housing ordinance passes; UI learns dirty lesson; University welcomes dads to campus; Students get a taste of agriculture at Ag Days (p3); OMA interim director announced (p3); Recent string of burglaries targeting unlocked cars (p4); McConnell dry at last (p5); Vandals come together (p13); Huskies dogged by injuries, seek cover in Kibbie Dome (p13); Athletic Hall of Shame (p14);
Sustainability Center; Housing ordinance; Housing and residence life; City of Moscow - City Council; Dad’s Weekend; Ag Days; Office of Multicultural Affairs; Burglaries; Crime; McConnell Hall; Football
September 25th, 2007 Bringing hazing into the open; UI participates for first time in National Hazing Prevention Week; Tri-Delts teeter totter for charity; Parking services defines parking; Workshops train leaders (p3); Suit seeks to save giant worm (p3); Students celebrate annual Chinese mid-autumn fest (p4); Prosecutor says Craig was urged to get a lawyer (p4); Conference emphasizes women in leadership (p5); Increased costs have motivated farmers to look at wind energy (p6); Because they ignored greenspan (p8); God of Hell strikes Kenworthy (p9); Everybody joins Reba on new CD (p10); Master of mime dies at age 84 (p11); Growing pains (p12); Volleyball begins home conference play (p12); New on DVD we are Marshall (p13);
Hazing; National Hazing Prevention Week; Tri-Delts; Parking; Mid-autumn fest; Women in leadership; Wind energy; Mime; Football; Volleyball
August 31st, 2007 City looks at changes for housing limits; University planning fundraising campaign; UI students hit the road; Senate gets jobs done at first meeting of year (p3); Gambino’s set to re-open in winter (p3); UI searching for new housing director (p3); UI seeks student opinions for job candidates (p4); Multicultural Greek community ready for new members (p5); Starting over, again (p13); UI faces No. 1 team for first time (p13); Vandal volleyball falls to WSU (p15); Recreation options outside the SRC (p15);
Housing and residence life; Apartments; City of Moscow - laws; UI Foundation; Fundraising; Labor Day; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Gambino’s; Housing Director; Office of Multicultural Affairs; Greek system; Football; Student Recreation Center; Volleyball; WSU
September 28th, 2007 Homecoming plans booming; ROTC leaps into future; Craig leaves lasting mark on university; Metal additives (p2); Soldiers from past raise concerns about present (p3); Black student union hosts barbecue for new members (p3); Idaho checks its gas (p4); Teen in Jena 6 case released on bail (p5); Bill clinton's legacy looms over debate (p7); Grant awarded to UI art professor (p8); Accenting UI (p8); Wheat grinds at Dahmen (p9); Walk-on rewrites the record book (p11); Defense looks to contain Brennan (p11); Phipps enjoys years of success with XC team (p11); 2007 Career expo (p15)
Homecoming; ROTC; Senator Craig; Metal additives; Student Union; Grant; Football; Defense; XC; Phipps; Brazil; Career Expo
October 2nd, 2007 Potential employers come knocking; Pikes shut doors; University joins fight against alcohol abuse; Senator stays busy with ASUI, fatherhood (p3); Eatin' good in the neighborhood (p3); Forum discusses global health, helps research (p3); A woven world (p4); New liaison will help with North Idaho tribal relations (p4); Use Ruckus, CYA (p6); Congress: Democrats no more successful than GOP (p7); Hollywood sending mixed messages on global warming (p7); Shakespeare stirs age-old debate at WSU (p8); Howard Hughes changes scenes (p8); Guest artist and UI professor reunite (p9); Coming to UI: Africa in my blood (p9); Idaho dominates Willamette Invitational (p11); Vandals lose WAC opener (p11); Fastpitch looks to expand schedule (p12);
Employers; Fraternity; Pikes; Fiji; Senator; Tribes; Global warming; Shakespeare; Ruckus, CYA; XC; Football; WAC; Fastpitch; Swim
October 5th, 2007 Amendments cut out middleman; Craig stays in office; Should it hurt; Play time (p3); Otter outlines government's role in reduction of greenhouse emissions (p3); Sand Creek Byway gets final approval (p4); Living close isn't hard (p5); U.S. papers sound off about Iraq, Jena 6 (p6); Basket weavers pass down their craft (p7); Author dreams of butterflies (p7); TV show premieres satisfy (p8);Sesame Street for kids of injured Iraq veterans (p9); Nooy gets first start at San Jose State (p10); Erickson writes home (p10); UI student is coming to a TV near you hopefully (p10); Long time coming (p11) Vandals shut out Eastern Washington at home (p11); San Jose to host homecoming against Vandals (p12);
Amendments; Craig; Health; Emissions; Byway; SCHIP; Jena 6; Basket weavers; Sesame Street; Football; Homecoming; San Jose State; Soccer; XC; Volleyball
October 9th, 2007 Homecoming unites Greek community; You'be got a friend; Building a better playground; Greeks split logs for charity (p3); Martin forum addresses global health concerns (p3); Luna proposes $1.47B budget, including teacher merit pay (p4); Runners, organizer at odds over race prep (p5); Deputy who killed six flew into rage after ex rebuffed him (p5); Coming out (p6); War comes to the Kenworthy (p8); History of photography relived at WSU (p9); Idaho shuts out Boise State in Boise (p10); Rough weekend for UI soccer team (p10);
Greek; Global health; Coming out; Volleyball; Soccer; Playground
October 12nd, 2007 Senate asks for feasibility study; Bonding approved; Community gathers to remeber Haarsager; Team helps rebuild couple's life; Res halls celebrate Vandal pride (p3); Speaker shares firsthand experience of his life in Sudan (p4); Local businesses support soldiers (p4); Living the lunacy (p7); Fast food sins (p8); Small town, world class art (p9); Vandals sing, dance and jingle (p9); Crafters sell their closet stash (p10); Club revives with new leader (p11); Attempts to sell gringo tacos in Mexico get lost in translation (p13); Living the legacy (p14); Basketball season starts with Seven O'clock Sizzle (p14); Haley Larsen: Killing machine (p15); The men of my life (p16); Athlete recovers from near fatal accident (p18); What's New with KUOI (p20); KUOI Schedule Fall 2007 (p22); Upward Bound takes over KUOI (p26); Pitchfork: The friend and enemy of modern music (p27); Top 10 R&B/Rap songs that make me think of my adolescence, When I listened to R&B/Rap (p 29);
Senate; Vandal Pride; Sudan; Engineering; Art; One World; Tacos; Mexico; Homecoming; Football; Basketball; Volleyball; Haley Larsen; Swimming; XC; KUOI; Rap; R&B; Modern music
October 16th, 2007 Candidates speak out; A matter of Faith; Bonding project begins; Wheatland to charge faculty, staff (p3); Gaffney asks for new Senate committees (p3); Grants use student fees to fulfill dreams (p5); Have some fun (p7); China: No democracy for you (sorry about that) (p8); Art-chitecture goes Co-op (p9); Sizzlin' (p9); Husband and wife share bench at piano recital (p9); Iraqis pick up the pieces in latest documentary (p10); Vandals fall on Homecoming (p11); Sandman sets school, personal shut out record (p11); Team breaks even (p12);
Bonding; Faith; Election; China; Art; Co-op; Sizzlin; Iraqis; Football; Homecoming; Shut out; Volleyball
October 19th, 2007 New benefits plan based on choices; Giant earthworm denied protection; Candidates tackle tough issues, inform voters (p3); Schrand joins Martin Institute as new adviser (p4); University adopts new Web-based learning system (p4); Math, science program is upward bound (p5); Bush's credibility collapsing (p6); Gore, pet owners in U.S. editorials (p7); Twist and float (p8); Art goes viral: crystal structures blend science and creativity (p8); Radiohead's new album worth cost (p9); A wine with a naughty name has a nice cause (p10); Madonna abandons Warner Music, signs with live nation (p11); Idaho, New Mexico State look for first confrence win (12); Heacock plays on (p12); Torre leaves Yankees (p14);
Employee Benefits; Giant Earthworm; Earthworm; Bush; Beasley Coliseum; Football; Candidates
September 5th, 2007 UI releases 10-day enrollment; New wave in teaching finds a voice in the iPod; Festival aims to draw students to world travel; ASUI Volunteer Center gets new coordinator; UI looking for new VP of research (p3); Advising Symposium tackles technology issues (p3); Moscow’s real 5-0 (p4); Vandals shut out Bulldogs (p13); Vandals fall to No. 1 Trojans (p13); Vandal SC opens season at high elevation (p13); Volleyball winless in tourney (p14); Appelation State’s big win makes college football exciting (p14);
International Programs Office; Enrollment; iPod; ASUI; ASUI Volunteer Center; Hatch, Charles; Advising Symposium; Moscow Police Department; Soccer; Soccer, Women’s; Football; Cross-country; Volleyball
October 23rd, 2007 Final installment of Halo lives up to UI gamers’ expectations; Sandpoint campus on hold; Coffee lovers get mugged; Anti-Islam events don’t come to UI; Senator a ‘quiet presence’ in ASUI (p3); STAND wants students more involved in organization (p3); Footbrawl lends support to CASA (p3); Harvard speaker to explore development (p5); New parking for visitors (p5); Dealing with trash (p6); Brassieres give more than support (p8); Roll up katamaris for the Cosmos (p9); Women’s b-ball of to a fresh start (p11); Vandal football comes up short in New Mexico (p11); Greeks get shut out of intramural soccer championships (p12);
Halo; Islam; ASUI; Football; Trash; Brassieres; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Muslims; Harvard
November 2nd, 2007 The grad rush; Halloween generally quiet holiday in Moscow; Sex offender dismissed from position at UI; Senator works for safe ride program (p3); Proactive science (p4); Banquet gives visual on class inequality (p4); To GRE or not to GRE (p6); Clinton gets no sisterly love in Philadelphia; Lesbian novels topic of discussion (p8); A crafter’s journey to create presents (p8); Installing a thesis (p8); Where are all the real guitar heroes? (p9); For those who serve (p11); Vobora and Vandals refuse to pack it in (p11); Life under the swim cap (p11); Weyland poised for strong senior season (p12);
Grad school; Enrollment; Halloween; Sex offender; Safe Ride Program; Novels; Military; Weyland; Football; Swimming
November 6th, 2007 Finances, family have big impact on college choice; Vote for City Council today; Student interest, options in service trips growing; Dinner honors university donors (p4); Can’t run from crazy (p5); Apples and oranges? (p6); Trading oil for water (p7); Dorm nutrition 101 (p7); Vandals end losing streak (p10); Kelsey Yonker brings intensity to the court (p10); Idaho XC seniors prepare for what could be the last race (p10); Idaho squanders late lead and falls to La Tech (p10);
Finances; City Council; Service trips; University donors; Sustainability; Diet; Nutrition; Wrestling; Volleyball; XC; Football
November 9th, 2007 Decreasing numbers mean less money for university; After eight years of losing on the turf, can UI finally beat BSU?; Athletes may get first place in registration; Moscow elects three new Council members; University puts a lid on junk mail (p3); Noise proposal sent back to committee (p3); Moscow appeals water decision (p5); Hong Kong tests toys for GHB (p5); Border fence could create no-man’s land (p6); Killer toys that aren’t named Chucky (p8); The art of good coffee (p9); Gritman serves up healthy holiday cooking (p10); Young Vandals take the court (p12); New faces, new results? (p12); Chasing the dream, fueled by desire (p12); Idaho beats Utah State (p13); WAC basketball team run down (p14);
Budget; Enrollment; Football; City Council; Mail; E-mail; Water; Border; Toys; Coffee; Gritman; Basketball; Football; XC; WAC
November 13rd, 2007 Season’s shootings: Take your best shot; Group represents off-campus students; UI may face competition for Boise law school; Diversity goes beyond skin color; UI looks at going organic (p3); Engineering Day works to bridge gender gap (p3); Sustainability Center seeks more student involvement (p3); Taking the plunge (p5); Idaho gets ’D’ for kids going to college (p5); Herbal sex pills pose danger (p6); Worth every penny (p7); Students of the world (p9); Idaho beats Broncos at home (p11); Team breaks 100 in first game (p11); Young Vandals start season 0-2 (p11); Ski team prepares to hit the slopes (p12); XC falls short during regionals (p12);
ROTC; Turkey Shoot; Off-Campus students; Diversity; Sustainability; Engineering; International students; Basketball; Broncos; Women's Basketball; Ski team; Joe Vandal; XC
November 16th, 2007 Benefits program creates confusion; A pirate’s life for me; UI club celebrates recycling day; Pullman fires suspicious, police say; ASUI Senate seeks cap on parking fees (p3); Off-campus students may have new voice (p3); UI alumna helps expand Human Performance Lab (p4); All that Jazz (p5); Step by step: (p7); First Thanksgiving? Avoid mishaps (p9); Rivalry weekend (p10); Boise State, truck stops like ‘peas and carrots’ (p10); Vandals work hard to improve (p11); Lacrosse building for new season (p11); Eight days to eat cake, and enjoy it (p11); Vandal football seniors Q&A (p12);
Pirate; History; Benefits; Recycling day; Parking fees; Off-campus; Jazz; Recipes; Cultures; Thanksgiving; Rivalry weekend; Lacrosse; XC; Football; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Q&A
November 27th, 2007 Your cheatin’ heart; Seven Senate positions available; Benefits package may affect retention; Vandals set for graduation (p3); Thomas was a big part of center (p4); B.E.A.R. empowers men to stand up against rape (p4); CTC offers help with seasonal depression (p5); Idaho firefighters pose for calendars (p6); Put the ‘you’ back in ASUI (p7); Read for speed (p8); Love and laughter to fill the Hartung (p8); MFA: ‘The thing and the other thing’ (p8); Nocturnal shoppers go ape (p9); Cooking on deadline (p10); Keeping faith in Akey (p11); Getting persona; (p11);
Elections; Cheating; Benefits; Graduation; Depression; Firefighters; ASUI; Read; Cooking; Recipe; Football; Swimmer; Hunting; Basketball; Women's Basketball; Volleyball; Olympics
November 30th, 2007 ASUI elections end today; UI scraps ‘Open Space. Open Minds’; The time to choose; Targhee needs new residents (p3); Ordinance goes back to attorney (p3); The male perspective: Rights or responsibility? (p6); Beyond Material (p7); Jesus wouldn’t wear an ugly sweater (p7); Wake up and dance (p9); Handmade shopping at Winter Market (p10); Victoria’s Secret TV fashion show is all bosoms, bellies, Seal and Spice Girls (p11); The fastest swimmer on the Palouse? (p12); Idaho loses to South Dakota State (p12); Staying sane while running with crazies (p13); Returning to the mat: Head, Hands and Elbows (p13);
ASUI; Pregnancy; City Council; International students; Jesus; Dance; Orchestra; Swimming; Basketball; South Dakota State; Running; Women's Basketball; Wrestling; Intramural
December 4th, 2007 Report: 8 men claim they had sexual encounters with Craig; New senators advocate ASUI communication, campus safety; The gift of Giving; Removal of tiered payment system controversial; Graduates dedicate UI’s historic buildings (p3); Program offers opportunity to recycle household goods (p4); Senator has goals of Olympic proportions (p5); Holidays bring hear attacks (p6); Moral choices define self-worth (p8); Reading Shakespeare to life (p9); Puccini’s opera is a laughing matter (p10); Jazz in the barn (p10); Students test their talents (p11); Green fairy returns to the U.S. legally (p12); Danger Avalanche awareness hits campus (p13); Vandals fall in overtime (p14); Idaho shows improvement in second loss to North Dakota (p15); Olympian out-touched by Moscow swimmer (p15);
Craig; ASUI; Charities; Benefits; Recycling; Olympic; Health; Christmas; Reading; Shakespeare; AIDS; Opera; Jazz; Avalanche; Safety; Basketball; North Dakota; Swimming; Women's Basketball; Hunting
December 7th, 2007 Home security for the holidays; 736 gear up to graduate Saturday; Keeping safe on the roads; UI charges wellness fee to inspire employee fitness; University Residences looks to fill RA spots (p3); Film shares student’s ‘Dream for Darfur’ (p4); Throop demands task forces in ASUI (p5); Holiday parties carry risks (p6); Otter: Car registration fees could rise to raise highway money (p7); Who was Mary Magdalene? (p8); Benefiting the majority (p12); A legacy of ambiguity (p13); Suite brings Celtic treats (p15); A Shakespearean dream: simple and funny (p16); Cheers and jeers: A guide to on-screen entertainment (p17); What are a woman’s version of power clothes? Two women went looking (p19); Pucker that pout (p20); Christmas pageants get pyrotechnics (p21); Competing in the classroom (p22); Johnny Ballgame has no game (p22); UI swimming looking for first win (p22); Best of the fall: the all-Vandal team (p23); Vandals can’t find the basket (p23); From a dream to $18 million reality (p25); The colder outside view (p26);
Holidays; Security; Graduation; Safety; Benefits; ASUI; Magdalene, Mary; Dance; Shakespeare; Entertainment guide; Lipstick; Christmas; Academics; Football; Swimming; All-Vandal team; Basketball Intramurals; Women's Basketball; Recreation; Recreation Center
October 26th, 2007 Alpha Gamma Rho set to move into TKE house; Out in the Open; Ordinance draws more chatter; Clap if it burns (p2); New committees killed by Senate (p3); Tower welcomes trick-or-treaters (p3); Counseling center receives accreditation (p3); Blackened California approaches 500,000 acres (p5); Microsoft trumps Google with $240 million investment (p5); Anti-anti league (p6); Truthiness and justice for all (p6); Religion and conflict from around the world (p7); Painting over history (p8); Bottoms up: taking a peek at what’s under there (p8); Water runs through it (p9); All or Nothing (p11); Vandals face No. 1 running game in Reno (p11); Soccer seniors say goodbye (p12); Beta wins frisbee playoffs second time straight (p12); Time to focus (p13); Vinny Testeverde: from Tecmo Bowl to Xbox 360 (p14);
Alpha Gamma Rho; Students; Amendments; Halloween; LGBT; Google; Microsoft; Religion; Windows; Painting; XC; WAC; Football; Reno; Soccer; Frisbee; Intramural; Tecmo Bowl
October 30th, 2007 Law school works on remodel, plans to grow program in Boise; Halloween creates dangerous possibilities; Architecture students help with Moscow development; Basketball philanthropy supports Camp Fire USA (p3); Students protest ban on concealed weapons (p3); Substantial grant keeps MOSS (p4); Students work to build sustainable campus (p5); Fake news on the rise (p6); Corruption, injustice and universal healthcare (p7); ‘Movable Feasts’ make ‘Tasty Treats’ (p8); Nerds find love in geeky places (p10); Women win XC title (p11); From the classroom to the sidelines (p11); Vandals drop final two home games (p12);
Remodel; Halloween; Architecture; Basketball; Weapons; MOSS; Sustainability; Treats; Nerds; XC; Title; Football; Soccer