Argonaut 2012

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November 13, 2012 Student built: Moscow city to work with students from local universities on design projects for parks; Transit center to open soon: Sweet Avenue, Railroad Street location slated to operate Dec. 3; SRC to offer free massages; Continental culture: Africa night gives opportunity for people to see cultures throughout continent; Returning to his roots: University of Idaho graduate wins ‘Face Off,’ return to inspire new artists (p3); 1st Renfrew lecture examines transnational masculinity (p3); ASUI senate candidate platforms (p4); Graduate committee works to create ‘community of learners’ (p6); After defeat, Luna plans to lush merit pay in 2013 (p6); With 6 strong: Vandal seniors oust Mavericks in final home tilt (p7); Swimmers, divers set school records: Two school records broken as Idaho swim and dive defeats Northern Arizona (p7); Pummeled in Provo: In below-freezing weather, Cougars dominate struggling Vandals, become bowl eligible with 52-13 blowout at LaVell Edwards Stadium (p7); USC, Columbia no match for Idaho pairing: Doubles pair falls in first round, but bounces back to win twice in consolation bracket (p8); Unfortunate end to season: Vandals fail to capitalize at regional race in Seattle (p9); Vandals drop opening two: Idaho women slaughtered by Wyoming, lose tight contest to Colorado on road (p9)
City of Moscow; University of Idaho American Institute of Architecture Students Chapter; Intermodal Transit Center; ASUI Senate; ASUI elections; ASUI candidates; Africa Night; Rayce Bird; Face Off; Renfrew Hall; Graduate Policy Research Committee; Volleyball; Football; Swim and dive; Men’s Tennis; Men’s Basketball; Women's tennis; Women's Basketball; Safety; Fall break; Thanksgiving
February 24, 2012 Music for the soul: ‘Soul Explosion’ night concert to feature five jazz performers; Up in flames: Jazz Fest introduces math and science demonstrations; The architecture of jazz; Dance part for the ages: ‘Urban Urges’ to close 2012 Jazz Fest; Heightening awareness: Fraternity works with other groups to spread information about human trafficking (p3); Flash of red: UI students partake in run to raise funds for cardiac health (p4); Familiar foes: Aggie, Vandals throw down in Logan (p5); Geiger relishes Utah State opportunity (p5); Swimming for a championship (p5); Running to the top: Idaho competes in Nampa for indoor championships (p5); Off to Utah: Women face No. 2 Aggies (p6); Top WAC points-per-game leaders (p6); Great weekend earns great reward (p7); Battle the Warriors, tame the Cougars (p7)
Lionel Hampton School of Music; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Soul; Jazz; Soul Explosion; Science of music; Anat Cohen; Paquito D’Rivera; Tower of Power; Roy Haynes Fountain of Youth Band; Lionel Hampton Youth Orchestra; Greek life; Greek system; Human trafficking; Phi Gamma Delta; Fraternity; Rickey Woodard; Generations on the Move; Heart to Heart; Healthy Heart; No Heart Left Behind; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Swim and dive; Women's Basketball; WAC; NCAA; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Politics; Presidential election
November 2, 2012 Helping students help themselves” Counseling and Testing Center saw 30 percent increase in requests for counseling; Hangin’ with dads; Honoring death; Lights, camera, lead; Title IX: Looking at 40 years of equality in athletics (p3); Maintaining water quality: Moscow flushes hydrants to keep water system clean (p3); Superstorm Sandy: State-by-state update of storm's damage (p3); Oh your honor: Students propose to write an honor code for UI, hope to improve academics (p4); Poet kicks off Distinguished Visiting Writers series (p5); Finally football: Players, coaches ready to hit the field after two weeks of off the field storylines (p6); Bushnell takes the reigns...for now (p6); Soccer ends season with OT loss: Questionable no-call in overtime gives Texas State the 2-1 victory over Idaho in WAC Tournament quarterfinals (p6); Volleyball makes final push (p7); Fall season nears end: Idaho tennis plays last fall tournament this weekend (p7); Young runner stepping up: Idaho freshmen add depth to veteran runners (p8)
Dia de los Muertos; Dad’s Weekend; Counseling and Testing Center; Department of Student Involvement; Reel Leadership; Title IX; Women’ Center; Gender equality; Women’s Athletics; Hurricane Sandy; Honors Developing Leaders; Gabrielle Calvocoressi; KUOI; Paris Review’s Bernard F. Connors Prize; Football; Logan Bushnell; Soccer; Volleyball; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Cross-country, Women’s; Cross-country; Politics; Presidential election
January 13, 2012 Native numbers: UI programs and staff aim to improve Native student recruitment and retention; UI cuts back Tuition Reciprocal Agreement; Balancing books and babies; VandalStore closes two branches; Greek houses broken into during break; Tribble unsurprised by court ruling (p3); Classes at Gritman provide free diabetes education (p3); Exercising kindness (p4); Men prevail in OT (p6); Catching up with Women’s basketball (p6); Women’s tennis set for Lewiston (p6); Track and field set to face the Cougs (p6); Drought ends: After losing four in a row, Vandals come back to claim first WAC victory (p7); Giorgi plays in tournament honoring fallen soldiers (p8)
Native American; Native students; Enrollment; Recruitment; Native faculty; Tuition; VandalStore; Grant Louis; Native American Student Center; Okanagan tribe; Greek life; Greek system; Kappa Sigma; Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Phi; Robbery; Aaron Tribble; Firearms; Diabetes; Gritman Medical Center; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Women's tennis; Track and Field; WAC; Mark Giorgi; Golf, Men’s
November 27, 2012 Extreme make-iver: UI edition, SUB remodel to enhance study space; Research recognition: Renfrew series to feature faculty research presentations; Cleaning contaminated land: Grant allows Moscow City to assess, clean polluted sites; Holiday hiking (p3); Researchers showcase new knowledge of evolutionary process (p3); Get fit, relaxed: SRC, Vandal Massage provide free services for Mental Health Month (p4); Vandals fall short (p5); Two recruits pick Vandals (p5); Volleyball receives four WAC honors (p5); Golfers win tournament, help veterans (p5); A royal thumping: Utah State rolls over Vandals en route to outright WAC championship (p5); Finish, finish, finish: Final 10 minutes a problem again for Idaho, surrender 49-46 lead in 2nd half at New Mexico (p6); Stumbling at start: Women’s basketball struggles early, still winless (p7)
Fall break; SUB renovations; Construction; Research; Renfrew Hall; Environmental Protection Agency; Brownfields Coalition Assessment Grant; Hiking; Holidays; Evolution; Recreation Center; Vandal Massage; Volleyball; Football; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Golf, Men’s; Golf, Women ‘s; Finals
October 30, 2012 The last opium addict: UI collection houses antique pipes of former opium addict; ASUI bylaw change allows food funding; Eating local: City looks to create food innovation center, distribute local foods throughout community; UI student competes for $10,000 Cheapster series; Hallow holidays celebrate dead: Halloween, Dia de los Muertos remembers souls of dead (p3); It’s a three-peat: Women’s cross country comes out on top of WAC for third consecutive year (p5); Blackman, Scheidt dismissed from team: Quarterback, linebacker removed from team for policy violation (p5); Seniors end saga with win (p5); Vandals double up in El Paso: Men’s golf leaves UTEP Invite with team title (p5); Barone-less Vandals win season opener: In its exhibition opener, Idaho men’s basketball shows promise, inexperience (p6); Volleyball tops Texas State (p7)
Drugs; Drug addiction; Opium; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Zions Bank’s Cheapster realtor series; Food on the Table; Halloween; Dia de los Muertos; Student Union Building; Cross-country, Women’s; Football; Soccer; Golf, Men’s; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Volleyball; Women’s Golf; Politics; Election Day; Presidential election
January 31, 2012 Dangerous disorders: CTC helps students identify the risks of eating disorders; Science of a crisis: UI professor appointed co-leader in a new national science group; Student share concerns; Vandals unite against violence; What a gem: Otter discusses ‘IGEM’ plan with Idaho university presidents (p3); Feeling a need for funding (p3); Student battle in knowledge challenge (p3); Reagan Republicans push Idaho liquor privatization (p4); Even strokes: Down to the wire: Idaho survive Oregon State comeback kid (p5); Idaho upended in home stand (p5); Comeback falls short (p5); Strong weekend for women’s tennis; Hiccup in Oregon: Men’s tennis sweeps UMKC, loses to Oregon, Portland (p6); 13 career-bests, 1 record broken: Vandal track and field has a strong performance at Cougar Indoor (p7); Be patient, drink a beer (p7)
Eating disorders; Anorexia; Bulimia; Counseling and Testing Center; National Eating Disorder Screening Day; Deepwater Horizon oil spill; Legislative breakfast; Women’s Center; Change in Employee Compensation; Duane Nellis; higher Education Week; ASUI; College Bowl competition; Swim and dive; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Track and Field; London Olympics; Charity
March 6, 2012 - Vandal Nation Las Vegas
November 30, 2012 Robotic Collaboration: Engineering, computer science, music department collaborate on robotic drum project; Feeding the masses: SUB to house student food pantry starting January; UI engineers recognized for capstone program; Lavender lunch offers hang out, break; Get tested: University of Idaho recognizes World AIDS Day all week (p3); UI College of Education requires literacy assessment for future teachers (p3); ‘Friel’ing the pain: Idaho comeback falls short, Motum’s 26 drops Vandals to 1-4 (p5); Vandals win on buzzer beater (p5); A solid season (p6); Striving for perfection: Paige Hunt has broken three school records but she’s not done, wanting to reach the top (p7); Irish stun No. 8 Wildcats (p8)
Sound of Idaho Marching Band; Vandal Marching Band; SUB; Campus Recreation Food Drive; College of Engineering; UI LGBTQA; AIDS; World AIDS Day; STD; HIV; HIV, AIDS Awareness; College of Education; Literacy exam; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Volleyball; Paige Hunt; Apple Cup; WAC; NCAA: Holidays; Fall break; Winter break; Finals
October 26, 2012 Enrollment numbers fall short; Processing petitions: new add, drop deadlines raise petition averages for first seven weeks; ASUI president sets funding precedent; Growing up: Moscow Farmers Market looks to improve (p3); ‘Rap the Vote’: Concert educated students on politics, voting (p3); New associate dean to expand engineering research (p4); Graduate students earn grants to stop hunger (p5); Going for three: Vandal women hoping for third straight cross country title (p6); WAC basketball polls released (p6); Three Vandals honored on preseason all-WAC teams (p6); ‘Ten’acious tenure: Vandal soccer seniors celebrate their last home match (p6); Breaking through walls: Gesser moving forward despite difficult schedule ahead (p7); Finishing strong: Women;s golf starts poor but manages 11th place finish in Vegas (p8); Running when it counts: Vandals healthy and ready for championship (p8)
Enrollment; Fall enrollment; Duane Nellis; 2020 enrollment goals; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Funding; Fees; Moscow Farmers Market; Department of Agriculture; Politics; Education; Rap; College of Engineering; Larry Stauffer; Jon Van Gerpen; Cross-country, Women’s; Cross-country; Soccer; Football; Jason Geser; Women’s Golf; Soccer; Gender pay gap
September 25, 2012 Silhouettes silent for violent assaults; From starting pistol to theater stage: Olympic track athlete, UI grad takes the stage; Pulling out the big guns; Nine cities, six countries equal new students: UI recruitment in South America begins for the first time; ‘If these walls could talk’: Forty years of Women’s Center history prompts discussion on gender equality (p3); Interactive leadership: Fall Leadership week encourages students to find their voice through themed workshops (p3); Representing Idaho at FFA: University of Idaho student steps out of shadow of older sibling, desires to make footprints of her own in agriculture (p4); Close, no cigar: Vandals start strong, fail to finish - lose 40-37 to Wyoming in overtime (p6); Mixed emotions: Idaho football improves, still struggling (p6); Mops, brooms: San Jose wipes floor with Idaho, Vandals volleyball comes back to sweep Utah State (p6); Huge wins for Vandal tennis (p7); Soccer scores 1st win in seven (p8)
Assault; Women’s Center; Sexual Assault; Violent Assault; Take Back the Night; Angela Whyte; Military Appreciation Day; ROTC; NASA; Cooking; Idaho National Guard; Gender equality; KUOI; Football; WAC; Volleyball; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Soccer, Women’s
January 18, 2012 To honor MLK: Diversity officials and civil rights activists come together to remember the legacy; Life changes in Ecuador; Job and education: Idaho governor commits to improving Idaho;s economy in 2012; Native Numbers: part 2; UI Library to join northwest alliance: New membership will connect UI to 37 other academic libraries in Idaho, Oregon and Washington, vastly expand number of books available to students (p3); Jazz festival buttons benefit community, provide discounts (p3); Men fall in Las Cruces (p6); Losing streak continues (p6); Track and field breaks three meet records (p6); Season starts with sweep (p6); Mid-major 25: Idaho swim and dive received No. 25 rank in mid-major polls (p6); Means named to All-Time team (p6); UW, WSU make exciting hires (p7); Looking to expand (p7)
MLK; Martin Luther King Jr.; Civil rights; Activism; Diversity; ASUI; Alternative Service Breaks; Idaho state governor; C.L. Otter; Native American students; Recruitment; Enrollment; University of Idaho Library; Northwest alliance; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Women's Basketball; ennis, Women’s; John Means; Swim and dive; University of Washington; Washington State University; Lacrosse, Women’s; Club sports; Presidential elections
February 7, 2012 Saving science: Otter promotes plan to disperse $2 million to Idaho universities; Teachers wanted: Teach for America reaches to UI student for nationwide educational support; Dancing with the Devils; Shot fired at Targhee Hall; Blue lot 60 still blue (p3); Vandal athletes of the weekend (p5); Perfect ending: Idaho seniors sent off with win in water against Cougars (p5); Women get road sweep (p5); Track and field competes with best in Northwest (p5); Men’s tennis keeps Bulldogs on leash: Idaho pillages its way to a 4-3 comeback victory in Spokane (p6); Vandals punish Gonzaga (p6); Women’s Basketball WAC report (p6); Reno 911: Idaho men’s basketball pulls upset in Reno (p7); Nem prepare for three games in five days (p7)
C.L. Otter; Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission; IGEM; Center for Advanced Energy Studies; Teach for America; Swing Devils; Targhee Fine Arts Hall; Gunshot; Parking and Transportation Services; Parking permit; Swim and dive; Track and Field; Women's Basketball; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; WAC; Men’s Basketball; Politics
October 12, 2012 Taking to the streets” Moscow plan looks for ways to improve all types of transportation; LGBTQA celebrates locally, nationally; Open seats, open opportunity: Paid positions open to students in ASUI senate; In brief, Former student charges with rape; Voter forum debates Propositions 1, 2, 3 (p3); Here to there to anywhere: New private shuttle service offer daily trips between UI and WSU (p3); WAC adds CSUB, Utah Valley (p5); Soccer snags first WAC win (p5); Barone cited for DUI (p5); Idaho rolls into San Marcos with momentum (p5); No kick Far(quhar) enough for Idaho senior (p6); Young Vandal team returns to the court (p7); Vandals take third in Las Cruces (p7); Nearing the finish line: Vandals cross country to compete in final meets before WAC Championships (p7)
Transportation; Intermodal transportation; Bus system; LBGTQA; Pride; National Coming Out Day; Coming Out Carnival; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Pike Bike Fundraiser; League of Women Voters; Voter education; Shuttle; Private shuttle; WAC; NCAA; Football; Soccer; Kyle Barone; DUI; Akey, Robb; Trey Farquhar; Volleyball; Women’s Golf; Cross-country; Politics; Partisan policy; NASC
February 3, 2012 Shooting showdown: UI Naval ROTC to compete against OSU, UW in rifle competition Saturday; ASUI Senate heats up: Senators divide in Goytowski impeachment debate; Just get fit: Vandal Fitness Challenge to offer strength, flexibility, body composition tests; Moving in the right direction: UI spring enrollment number consistent with last year; Novelist shares literary style with students (p3); ‘Flying Fingers” features performances by faculty, students (p3); McClure hosts Presidents Week (p4); Back in the Dome: First Moscow meet since 2010 (p5); Strong return (p5); Vandal football class of 2012 (p5); Finishing the race and saying goodbye (p5); Bulldogs dominate (p6); Looking for revenge at San Jose State (p6); Ready to kennel the Bulldogs: Women’s tennis looking for another win in Spokane (p7); A chance to regain momentum (p7)
ROTC; Navy ROTC; Oregon State University; University of Washington; Vandal Fitness Challenge; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Zack Goytowski; ASUI impeachment; Enrollment; Benjamin Percy; Piano Bash; Track and Field; Kelly Jacka; Football; Swim and dive; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Presidential elections
October 16, 2012 Chipping in: Volunteer event connects students with community as program aims to improve efficiency; Intoxicated monitoring: Student volunteers to drink under Moscow Police Department supervision as part of 4th UI “Drinking with the Cops” event; Sharing sustainable sustenance: Campus dining offers students opportunity to partake in 5-day challenge; Wetland policy upgrade: City of Moscow and University of Idaho working together to get water turned back on for the wetlands (p3); 500 Idaho students to volunteer (p4); Victory no option in Texas (p6); Young, wild, freestyle: Vandals sweep freestyle events en route to victory over Redhawks (p6); Cruising into second half of season (p6); Ending on a high note: Vandal cross-country completes regular season (p6); Soccer slips (p7); Mixed luck in Vegas (p7); The Irish are coming (p7)
Volunteering; Make a Difference Day; Paint the Palouse; University of Idaho Housing; Housing and residence life; Community; Alcohol; Moscow Police Department; Sustainability; University of Idaho Campus Dining; Bob’s Place; Wetlands; UI Wetlands Research Facility; Center for Volunteerism and Social Action; Football; Swim and dive; Volleyball; Cross-country; Soccer; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Election; Politics
February 17, 2012 Learning to adjust: First-year student enrollment decrease, financial aid increases while probation, honors number remain; Unused funds surface in audit; Diversity training divides college: Mandatory dialogues spark debate in College of Law; Ron Paul to speak at UI; State board omits ‘flagship’; Water study earns scholarship (p3); Foundation gives $20,000 to Jazz Fest: Private donation will be used to bring national talent to the festival starting Feb. 22 (p3); Nearing the finish line: Idaho hosts final home meet (p5); Idaho athletic scholarships could see change (p5); Vandals, Viking clash on senior night (p5); Ready for the road (p5); Finishing strong (p6); Love of the game (p6); Men’s tennis to face ‘lights out’ Nebraska (p7); high altitude hitting: Women’s tennis playing at elevation in Colorado, Wyoming (p7)
Enrollment; Financial aid; Student resources; Student support; Academic probation; Honors Program; ASUI; Tuition; Diversity; Civil rights; Pacific Northwest; State Board of Education; Blake D. Morant; School of Law; Flagship; Paul G. Allen Family Foundation; UI Water Resources; Track and Field; Lacrosse, Men’s; Club sports; Men’s Basketball; Intramurals; Athletic scholarships; WAC; NCAA: Basketball, Women’s; Jordan Green; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Skiing; Birth control
October 9, 2012 Get lost, explore:CALs offers prospective students chance to take part in corn maze; Double dating disasters turn comical: Popular YouTube “dating experts” visit UI campus; Cell phones on, please: River Huston to visit UI with interactive presentation (p3); Champion chili: UI Food Science Club hosts 20th chili cook-off as Arizona transplant brings “real chili” to Moscow (p4); Coming home to victory (p5); Barone suspended indefinitely (p5); Idaho imperfectly perfect (p5); Swim and dive team downed by BSU (p6); A footprint on a generation (p6); Picking up the slack (p7); Doubles dominate: Torres, Bendeck claim Blue Flight title (p7); Winless in WAC (p7); On the rise: Strong conference play helps Vandals make way to top of WAC (p8)
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Clearwater Corn Maze; Ag Days; Homecoming; Radio-thon; YouTube; Dave Ahdoot; Ethan Fixwell; Cell phones; Technology; Multimedia presentations; Chili; Food; Lifestyle; Food Science Club; Football; Swim and dive; Soccer; Boise State; Broncos; Volleyball; Diversity
February 14, 2012 Tribe donates $5,000 to Native Law program; A day of mysteries; Benyaro returns to John’s Alley; Virus runs its course: Snow and nerf darts fly as Humans vs. Zombies game concludes during the weekend (p3); Moscow Police officer struck by car (p3); UI theater students compete at regional festival: Ten students have a chance to receive national recognition for their work (p3); Shots fired at WSU (p3); Washington governor signs gay marriage bill (p4); Records rocked: Klas, Britt and Kiser set new times and heights (p5); Three new additions for track and field (p5); Barone, Vandals keep it rolling: Idaho picks up fourth consecutive win (p5); Women fall short (p5); Vandal go 1 and 1 in Boise (p6); First year coach off to decent start (p6); Men’s tennis beat by Broncos (p6); Lin: the Tebow of the NBA? (p7); Get over it (p7)
Native American; Coeur d’Alene Tribe; Donations; Valentine’s Day; Beyonaro; Humans vs. Zombies; Moscow Police Department; Greek life; Greek system; Theater; Drama department; Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival; Gay marriage; Washington State; Cristine Gregoire; Gay rights; Track anf field; NCAA; WAC; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Daniel Pollock; Broncos; Boise State; BSU; Religion; Relationships
December 4, 2012 Homeless … but why? Athletic department bases conference decision primarily on financial implications; A new era: Paul Patrino announced as UI program’s 33rd head football coach; Smooth circuits: ITS changes, rebuild, rewrite result in smooth registration process; Senate election voter turn-out ‘always a problem’; AT&T requests additional antenna on water tower, sparks safety review (p3); Composting community: UI groups gather campus compost from Common’s, Bob’s food courts (p3); Libraries team up to share Idaho history (p4); Bucking the trend in big win (p6); Athleticism shows in Vandal win - redemption of Marcus Bell (p6); Season concludes, record fall: UI swim and dive wraps up semester with Winter Nationals (p7); Women improving, still not there (p8)
Football; Conference play; Bowl game; ITS; Paul Petrino; ASUI elections; ASUI Senate; Water tower; AT&T; Safety; Composting; Sustainability; Bob’s Place; University of Idaho Library; Moscow Public Library; Commuting; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Swim and dive; Evaluations; Finals; Winter break; KUOI
November 6, 2012 Casting your vote; Surviving midterms: UI students reflect on midterm stress, successes; UI student found dead in burning car; Women’s Center celebrates big 40; 100 years: 1912 center all age prom brings people together in celebration (p3); Where’s the beef?: Forum discusses research, leaves project’s future in hands of producers and processors (p3); Same story: Vandals competitive early on but fall flat in second half, lose first game under Gesser (p5); Rotation takes shape in blowout: Efficiency, rebounding lead to resounding win in exhibition finale (p5); Vandals clip Redhawks (p6); Women tame wolves (p7); Vandals struggle at Pacific Northwest Intercollegiate (p8)
Election Day; Presidential election; Latah County; Midterms; Women’s Center; Nicholas Broenneke; 1912 Center; Heart of the Arts; Sustainability; Meat industry; Football; Jason Gesser; Men’s Basketball; Swim and dive; Volleyball; Women's Basketball; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Voting
October 5, 2012 Powerful pumps: Prichard exhibit to show historical shoes; More than events: Alumni reunite at Homecoming to celebrate Vandal Spirit, memories; Community pushes papers behind university counters; Strolling for safety: Families, city officials walk with elementary students on way to school (p3); 11 years over: Gritman Medical Center to close its Adult Day health program (p4); Political parade (p4); Where the sidewalk begins: New bid for Hatley Way idea;l to Walmart planned for winter (p5); Discover the force: 3-month program to inform public of officers work (p6); Take back the drugs: MPD provides service to dispose of prescription medications (p6); City audits Time Warner (p6); Battle of the Homeless: Idaho takes on struggling New Mexico State as both look to WAC win (p8); Twice the independence: Kibbie Dome clash a battle of the conference-less (p9); Familiar foe: Similar soccer squads clash for first time in WAC history (p10); Will to win: In last year, losing is all Idaho football has known (p10); Vandals battle strong winds: McMullen’s sixth place finish leads Idaho in Jim Colbert Intercollegiate (p11); Vandals meet down-and-out Redhawks: Riding a three-game win streak, Idaho volleyball travels to Seattle (p11); Tennis moves on to BSU Fall Classic: Competitive field poses challenge for Idaho in the team’s fourth fall tournament (p12)
Prichard Art Gallery; Women’s Leadership Conference; Homecoming; Alumni; ASUI; ASUI Readership Program; Elementary safety; Gritman Medical Center; Politics; Presidential elections; Hatley Way sidewalk; Walmart; Moscow Police Department; MPD; City of Moscow; Football; WAC; Kibbie Dome; Soccer, Women’s; Volleyball; Golf, Men’s; Men’s Tennis
October 23, 2012 Akey axed: After 1-7 start to season, Idaho football coach Robb Akey replaced; UI facilities find dangerous devices; Changes in advising: Online survey renewed for student feedback; City asked to vacate land; Zumbathon benefits Humane Society; New professor, new goals (p3); PLastered in Ruston: With Idaho slaughter, La. Tech break numerous records, returns to national rankings (p5); Champs again: Idaho doubles team wins regional championship (p5);
Football; Football coach; Akey, Robb; University of Idaho Wallace Complex; Moscow Volunteer fire Department; Advising; Zumba; English department; Student Health Center; Student Health Services; Men’s Tennis; Soccer, Women’s; Volleyball; Women's tennis; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Presidential election; Election Day; Politics; Gender gap
November 9, 2012 Selecting ‘student voices’; Viestra’s rape charge not first run-in with police; Celebrating native heritage; UI Housing searching for suspect in Vandal Card swiping; Kenworthy to show movie for bully prevention; Assessing the value of readership program (p3); Recognizing 50 year legacy (p3); ASUI senate candidate platforms (p4); Puerto Rice vote endorses statehood with asterisk (p5); Same court, different culture: National Student Exchange offers students opportunity closer to home (p6); Vandals, Raiders meet in sequel: after Wright State took down Idaho in buzzer-beating fashion one year ago, Vandals seek revenge in rematch (p7); Sluggish start for Vandal Duo: Cirstea, Akbar fall to Cal pair in Round of 32 (p7); Nothing to lose: With three games remaining, Vandals have chance to prolong bowl eligibility for BYU (p7); Saying their goodbyes (p8); Headed to regionals: WAC Championships have concluded as runners from both teams prepare for NCAA Regional meet in Seattle (p8); Better Know a Foe: Week 10 (p9); 700 CLub: Volleyball shuts down La. Tech for program’s 700th win, improves to 11-5 in WAC (p10)
ASUI; ASUI Senate; Vandal Entertainment; Director of Student Involvement; Jesse Viestra; Moscow Police Department; Native American Heritage month; Wallace Residence Center; Readership Program; College of Engineering; Lou Edwards; ASUI elections; Puerto Rico; Rugby, Women’s; Intramurals; Club sports; Black Widows; National Student Exchange; Men’s Basketball; Men’s Tennis; Football; Volleyball; Cross-country, Women’s; Cross-country
March 6, 2012 Idaho GOP holds caucus for 1st time; Final steps of ASUI fee audit call for student feedback; Making the change: UI colleges opt to reduce credit requirements from 128 to 120; Women wanted: Women’s Outdoor program may cancel spring break backpacking trip whole turnout sits at 0 (p3); Fraternity reinstated on campus after 5 years (p4); Student campaigns for required sexual assault training (p4); Viva las Vandals: Freshman steals senior night, Idaho wome’s basketball team beats Hawaii, freshman Stacy barr scores 23 (p8); Idaho wins finale, slinches No. 3 seed (p8); Warm weather win: Idaho soccer defeats Montana 2-0 (p9); Record falls as NCSS Championships near (p9); Slump over: Idaho men’s tennis riding three-match winning streak (p10); 2-1 under the sun: Idaho women’s tennis defeats UTEP, New Mexico, falls to New Mexico State (p10)
GOP; Idaho GOP; Republican caucus; ASUI audit; Student fees; Tuition; Credit requirements; Henna; Palouse Climbing Festival; Women’s Outdoor Program; Fraternity; Greek life; Greek system; Phi Kappa Tau; Zumbathon; Campus Conversations; Sexual Assault; Sugar; Violence; STDs; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Soccer, Women’s; NCAA; WAC; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis
March 2, 2012 Cruising cultures: Student showcase cultures from more than 30 countries through food, music, dance; Refloat flagship? Rep. Trail, Sen. Goedde propose legislation to establish UI as flagship university; B.E.A.R. continues despite inactive status; Ron Paul to make second stop at UI; UI theater hits national stage: Students compete at conference in Washington, D.C. (p3); Competing for the cover: Student design competition for UI planner (p4); Films highlight women’s issues (p4); Changing lanes with $3.5 million: U.S. Department of Transportation awards Ui grants for transportation research (p4); Shooting for rank: last go-round, seniors say goodbye (p6); Leaving an impact: gerry Hagedorn leaves legacy as true Vandal fan, supporter (p6); Shorthanded Vandals beat Spartans (p6); A Hawaiian finale (p6); Vandals, Spartans meet in league finale (p6); Second chance at road sweep: Idaho LAX head to Portland area to face Portland State, Oregon State (p7); Back-to-back honors for women’s tennis (p8); Vandals head south: Idaho women’s tennis travels to Texas, New Mexico to begin outdoor season (p8); Final chance to qualify for nationals (p8)
Flagship; Flagship university status; Culture; Cultural celebration; Mark Nickodemus; University Climbing Center; Palouse Climbing Center; Tom Trail; John Goedde; Ron Paul; Presidential election; Presidential campaign; Theater; Drama department; Department of Theatre Arts; National Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival; Women’s Day Festival; Department of Transportation; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Lacrosse, Men’s; Club sports; Women’s Golf; Men’s Tennis; Ice Hockey, Men’s; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; WAC; NCAA; College drinking; Underage drinking
February 22, 2012 Mentors and masters: World renowned Paquito D’Rivera and Anat Cohen open Jazz Fest; Jazz times three: Traditional performances to split into three separate acts; Prepare to walk: Traffic increases, parking decreases for Jazz Fest; Perez’s petition gains following; A look back: Student recreation Center celebrates 10th anniversary; Paul presents presidential platform (p3); Campus conversations stimulate dialogue (p3); Idaho Legislature shifts priority to higher education (p3); Five straight: Vandals beat Portland State in senior night match up (p5); Vandal LAX splits road trip (p5); Small meet, large results: Vandals compete well with limited squad in the Vandal Collegiate (p5); Everything is bigger for Vandal swim and dive (p5); Aww shucks: Vandals fall to Nebraska cornhuskers (p6); Karr shoots Idaho to victory (p6); Women 7-4 after successful weekend: Idaho beat colorado State, Northern Colorado, and lost to Wyoming (p7); No. 25 Virginia escapes Virginia Tech (p7)
Lionel Hampton School of Music; Paquito D’Rivera; Anat Cohen; Guest artists; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Traffic; Parking; Parking and Transportation Services; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; ASUI; ASUI president; Samantha Perez; Recreation Center; Ron Paul; Women’s Center; Idaho legislature; Men’s Basketball; Lacrosse, Women’s; Lacrosse, Men’s; Club sports; Intramurals; Track and Field; Swim and dive; Men’s Tennis; Women's Basketball; Women's tennis; NCAA; WAC
February 10, 2012 Outbreak update; Steve Appleton’s legacy lives on; Prep for the future: Students utilize job, Internship fair opportunities; Co-op board causes controversy; Motorcycle accident by Administration building; New design for new recruits: University launches new web design to help navigate, bring in prospective students (p3); Victorian Valentine's Day celebrates local history (p3); Getting to know ASUI (p3); Common Read is found to be uncommon (p4); Greeks go green: Houses participate in sustainability challenge (p4); Idaho house approves bill on early graduation (p5); Clash in the Cowan: Revenge state of mind for La. Tech (p6); Women prep for Techsters battle (p6); Vandals stun Aggies in OT (p7); Vandals look to bust Broncos (p8); On the road (p8); Olympic athlete returns as volunteer coach (p8); Soccer city USA taking over world (p9)
Black Knights; Human vs. Zombies; Steve Appleton; Mincron Technology; Career Fair; Internship fair; Moscow Co-op; University website; Holidays; Victorian Valentine’s Day; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Common Read; University of Idaho Library; Greek system; Greek life; 8 in 6 program; College preparation; Women's Basketball; Track and Field; Boise State; Broncos; NCAA; WAC; Angela Whyte; Soccer; Super PACs; Presidential election; Politics
January 24, 2012 Snow day ingredients: UI officials discuss process for campus closure; Big snow puts pressure on local removal teams; MPD investigates reported sexual assault; Hartung upgrades for safety; Women’s Basletball drops 7th straight game; Walmart Supercenter to debut Wednesday; Flex your style, flex your support (p3); Super computer speeds up super equations (p3); Missed opportunity (p5); Finding the right fit (p5); Two years running: Idaho protects home court, beats Utah State (p5); Vandal women lose tough match (p6); Seasonal happenings in Outdoor Program (p6); Mind boggling moves in Seattle; Impressive start: Season opener leaves coach happy (p6); Study abroad fair
Snow days; Winter preparation; Campus closure; Closure procedure; Weather; Snow; Moscow Police Department; G. Hartung Theater; Renovations; Construction; Women's Basketball; KUOI; Flex Watches; Charity; Physics department; Larz White; Christopher Mirabzadeh; Supercomputer; Women's Basketball; Penn State; Joe Paterno; Super Bowl; Women's tennis; Outdoor Program; Involvement; Outdoor photography; Men’s Tennis; Presidential election; Recycling; Ethics; Study abroad; Study Abroad Fair
October 19, 2012 Sustainable reform: Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction speaks to UI about proposed Students Come First legislation; UI faculty, staff background checks to increase; Grtiman purchases Federal Building; Fall enrollment numbers released; Women’s Center works to inspire, change lives; Bridging budget gap (p3); Texting through crisis: Vandal Alert system utilizes cell phone messaging to protect campus community (p3); Moose on loose (p4); Oppenheimer Ethics Symposium focuses on politicians, press (p4); Moscow adopts safe-driving program: ‘Alive at 25’ course encourages responsibility in young drivers (p5); Costumes for a cure: Team Partylite hots Halloween masquerade ball to raise funds for fight against cancer (p5); US presidential campaign nightmare: Nightmare election scenarios worry both parties (p6); Getting ‘Tech’nical (p7); Putting ‘W’ in WAC: La. Tech’s 2012 success gives WAC proper swan song (p7); Unlucky in 5: Vandals waste opportunity to take first place (p7); Vandals have chance to interrupt ‘Sonny’ season: Efficient Bulldogs lead nation in points-per-game, QB Cameron among nation’s best (p7); Do or die time: Vandal soccer heads to Ruston, La., needing win or draw with only three matches remaining before WAC tournament (p8); Building up, winding down: Getting into peak shape is process for cross country runners (p8)
Sobriety; Background checks; Gritman Medical Center; Sustainability; Enrollment; Women’s Center; Empowerment; Memorial Gym; Baking; Budget; Texting; Twitter; Vandal Alert System; Moose; Oppenheimer Ethics Symposium; Halloween; Team Partylite; University of Idaho’s Relay for Life; Election Day; Presidential election; WAC; Football; La. Tech; Soccer; Cross-country; Volleyball; Reform; Sexuality
February 28, 2012 Corporate confidence: UI hosts executive minds training to assist in career preparation; Taking the wheel: Student-led production spotlights comedies, tragedies in monotonous life; Roadblock to collaboration: University of Oregon professor spoke in support of Palouse conservation; Think inside the TANK; Shamrock smackdown: Derby Dames first bout March 10 (p3); Dancing to support a cause: Zumbathon raises funds for Lou Gehrig’s disease (p3); Vandals strike gold, silver: Men claim first WAC title (p5); Women dominate distance (p5); Heading east for championship (p5); Idaho women bring out the brooms (p5); No. 7 but not broken: Idaho swim and dive hopes to extend its season at NCAA Championships (p6); Bossio, Vandals fall flat in final round: Men finish 19th of 24 teams (p6); Women fall in final road game (p6); Medlin, Aggies drop Vandals (p7); Mortallaro finishes strong for golf (p7)
UNITY; Office of Multicultural Affairs; Theater; Drama department; ThinkTANK; College of Engineering; Janssen Engineering Building; Roller Derby; Roller Skating; Palouse Rolling Hills Derby Dames; Zumba; Zumbathon; ALS; Track and Field; Track and field, Men’s; Track and field, Women’s; Skiing; Club sports; Swim and dive; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Women’s Golf; Kayla Mortellaro; Obama administration
October 2, 2012 Burning questions: ASUI evaluates student opinions toward on-campus tobacco use; Multimodal Moscow: Drop-in workshops aim to develop transportation plan; Steinem to present women leadership address; UI librarian places second in Jeopardy! competition; Three sisters in Moscow (p3); Queering Sex Ed: Sexual education program by LGBTQA community to promote learning (p3); Hatching a plan: Fishery lab zip up population, conservation problems (p4); Feinberg findings: College of law to showcase lawyer as features speaker for Sherman J. Bellwood Memorial Lecture (p4); Heels pile it on: Vandals endure heavy rain of touchdowns at UNC (p5); Volleyball hitting its stride (p5); Lackluster start to conference play (p6); Nationally ranked teams cast shadows (p7); Vandal women compete hard at Jack Taylor Invite (p8)
Smoking; Tobacco; Smoking ban; ASUI; ASUI Director of Policy and Advancement; Moscow on the Move; Gloria Steinem; Women’s Center; Jeopardy!; Rochelle Smith; Theater; Drama; Hartung Theater; Department of Theater Arts; LGBTQA; LGBTQA education; Sex education; Fishery; College of Natural Resources; Kenneth R. Fienberg; Football; Volleyball; Soccer, Women’s; Cross-country; NFL; Women's tennis; Politics; Presidential election; Immigration
September 28, 2012 NASA efforts orbit home: NASA Chief Scientist shares earthly perspective, beyond outer space; Grants for sustainable community; Reading into new territory: UI professor, award-winner reads from new novel at Moscow BookPeople; Greek life-long commitments (p3); Upping the ante: Idaho cross country set to face tougher competition at Oregon this weekend (p5); five-setter goes Vandals’ way (p5); Idaho, ACC meet again (p5); Women’s golf finishes fifth (p6); Whole new WAC world: Vandal soccer faces new WAC members Texas State and Texas San Antonio, opens conference play (p7); Frequent flier miles (p8)
Nearly naked dash; NASA; Waleed Abdalati; College of Law; University of Idaho Sustainability Center; UISC; Daniel Orozco; Greek life; Greek system; Matt Kurz; Greek Careers; Career Center; Cross-country; Football; WSU basketball; WAC; Akey, Robb; Women’s Golf; Soccer, Women’s; Golf, Men’s; Volleyball; Twitter
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