Argonaut 2013

« Issues from 2013 »

Date Subjects
March 26, 2013 Less apples or just oranges: Spring enrollment's decline attributed to new apples-to-oranges comparison of counting students; Defining workplace discrimination: Moscow city council considers sexual orientation discrimination ordinance in employment, housing; Idaho senate passes health insurance exchange bill 23-12; Geno's day: Legendary coach Auriemma leads Huskies past vandals in NCAA tournament first round romp (p5); Idaho eighth: Gordon Webb finishes sixth overall, while BYU's Blair claims title (p7);
Student count; Moscow City Council; Idaho senate health bill; Men’s Basketball; Women’s Golf
March 5, 2013 Rape cases investigated country-wide, campus-wide; Parting with the president: Community reacts to Nellis' pending departure; Designing from the ground up: Moscow arts commission calls for artistic public tree grates, manhole covers; 11-0, and not slowing down: Idaho men's tennis crushes Montana, Montana state as vandals conntinnue their winning streak (p5); Women keep it rolling (p7);
Rape cases; Moscow art commission; Men’s Tennis; Women's Basketball
January 11, 2013 Fighting for love; Dean Foltz filling in; Lawmakers head to Boise for 2013 legislative session; Bogged down: Denver's methodical style wears down Idaho, Vandals relinquish another second-half lead late (p5); Mediocore at midway point (p6);
Dea Flotz; Lawmakers; Men’s Basketball
April 30, 2013 Saving tailgate traditions; Former Delta Ali chi silver, gold vandalance vehicle on sale; Student lounge spiked: current class offices to remain swing space for other offices;Library to host self published, mini magazine workshop; Mile-high bummer: Men's tennis falls short of its WAC title after losing to Denvevr in the final match (p6);
Delta Chi; Library; Men’s Tennis
July 24, 2013 In the interim: Questions arise after top adminstrators depart; Waiver revisions: Policy revision gives UI dependents both tuition waiver and scholarship; Eric hutchinson to headline palousafest; Student interestrates double (p3); Pair of Vandal's are WAC's best: Kyle Barone and Hannah Kiser sweep top individual WAC honors (p11); Let's talk quarter backs (p12);
Tuition waiver and scholarships; Student interest rates; Women's Basketball; Football
April 16, 2013 Paying the debt: UI to ask for 5.9 percent tuition increase in order to cover 2014 fiscal year expenses; Students watch each others backs for mental health: Mental health first aid classes are being offered to both faculty and students on campus next semester; Offense reaches 10 early: Chalich reels off three touchdown passes, leads offense to 10 touchdowns after 120 plays during 2nd scrimmage (p6);
2014 Fiscal year expenses; Mental health classes; Football
January 23, 2013 ASUI aims: Spring goals include fund increases, event attendance, voter contribution; Two vandals die during weekend; Registration restrictions: Shorter deadline requires permission, fee to add new classes; MLK day, fifty years later: UI to present one woman, diversity awareness play; Back on track (p5); Lone star win (p6);
ASUI; Vandals death; New classes; MLK Day; women's and me's Basketball
April 26, 2013 Not alone: State funding low across nation, university of Idaho not only college facing tuition increases; Expo highlights engineering projects; JAMMing at film festival: Kenworthy hosts annual student short film festival; Vaulters reach new heights: Idaho track and field holds two high achieving pole vaulters looking to turn heads (p6); One down, two to go: Vandal women advance to WAC tournament semifinals (p6);
State funding; College tuition; Short film festival; Men's Pole Vault; Women's tennis
March 22, 2013 40 years too late': Proposed 6,000 seat event center to benefit more than athletics; TTU decides today; Vierstra trial ongoing; Not gone, reinvented: Integrated Business curriculum receives facelift after 19 years; ASUI candidates woo vandal voters: 2013 ASUI candidates participate in first open forum, campaigning begins; Potential shutdown: ATO fraternity in danger of losing its chapter from lack of members (p4); Long trip, longer odds: As heavy underdogs, Idaho will attempt to be second-ever no.16 seed to upset a No.1 seed saturday in Storrs (p6);
TTU; ASUI candidates; Athletics; potential shutdown; Women's Basketball
July 10, 2013 A newkind of statewide science (p3); Feeding the community (p7);
statewide science; Feeding the community
April 19, 2013 Inadequate increase; Civil rights, privacy highlightened in social media discussion by ACLU of Idaho; US unnemployment aid applications rise to 352K (p6); Vandals try to finish stronger: Men's tennis wil try to end their regular seasonatop the WAC standings (p10);
Civil rights; Unemployment in U.S; Men’s Tennis
June 26, 2013 No shoes, no shirt, no problem (p3); Summer away from home (p3);
Summer away from home; Summer in Moscow
April 12, 2013 Securing thier place; Family promise day center secured; Four remain for women's tennis: Women's tennis hosts trio of home matches before finishing season in Logan, Utah (p7);
Family promise; Women's tennis
April 23, 2013 David V. Goliath?: discussion U.S supreme court case Bowman V.Monsanto comes to UI law school courtroom; ASUI funding board awards $20K at tuesday's final hearing; Melting misconceptions: Award-winning polar bear researcher and UI alumnus to give global warning presentations; Option thrives: Redshirt freshman quarterback rips No.2 defense in spring finale (p5); WAC tournament ealry: Women's tennis tournament bound after winnning final match 5-2 vs Utah state (p7);
New case in UI law school courtroom; ASUI funding; Football; Women's tennis
April 5, 2013 And the voters are in: ASUI election results show increase in voter turnout, beat national average by 3.5 percent - BSU by 12.7; BSU, Moscow rep. say alcohol education is key for universities; More shoes to fill: Baker, stover leave for NIU in july, Nellis departs in june; Four's company: Midway through spring practice, four man race heats up as Idaho's quarterback strut their practice, all starving for starting position (p6);
ASUI election; Alcohol education; Football
RAWR July 24, 2013 Made in Moscow: Local soccer referee designs board game for all ages (p5);
Made in Moscow;
February, 2013 - Jazz Fest The beat goes on (p2); Archiving Jazz (p7);
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton
April 9, 2013 Rape law delays prosecution; University on track for campus smoking ban: Momentum for smoke free campus policy builds; Gun control controversy, ammunition shortage continues after Sandy Hook; Vandals not weathered: Gusty conditions play factor in Idaho's final spring games (p7);
rape laws; Campus smoking ban; Women's soccer
January 28, 2013 Safety off: Gun violence prevention reaches nation, Moscow; Filling out FAFSA, figuring out finances: Financial aid office provides aid to parents, students in FAFSA application; Adminstrators reconsider summer IBC program: After summer program discontiuance, students lead petition process; 12 years of Nepal: Nepali students give UI students a taste of their culture (p3); Another road loss (p7);
Gun violence; FAFSA; Nepal night; Tennis
January 13, 2013 UI cuts back tuition reciprocal agreement; Native numbers: UI programs and staff aim to improve native student recruitment and retention; Balancing books and babies; Vandal store closes two branches; Greek house broken into during break; Men prevail in OT (p6);Catching up with women's basketball (p6);
Tuition reciprocal agreement; Native Americans; Babies; VandalStore; Men's and women's Basketball
April 2, 2013 Making voters listen; Composting on hiatus; Fiji fraternity, More than a memory: Phi GAMMA delta celebrates 100th year at university of Idaho; Thinking nationally: Schultz Earns national spot after february tryout (p6); Vandals go 1-1: Mens tennis earns conference win against NMSU friday, falls to SMU in texas sunday (p7);
Voters; fiji fraternity; Gamma Phi; Women's volleyball; Men’s Tennis
May 3, 2013 Lucky 13's graduate: Seniors look back at college, forward to future; Numbers behind grad day; Home stretch: Track and fields gets set for last weekend before WAC (p13);
New graduates; Seniors; Track and Field
February 22, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Finals fest only '99 cents': Macklemore and Ryan Lewis to perform at Vandal entertainment finals fest, free to students with canned food donation; On-campus incentives: UI housing creates loyality incentive program for current on-campus residents;
Finals Fest; On-campus incentives; UI housing
February 15, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Taskforce to examine UI substance abuse, Greek life; Moscow police, Wiederrick's BAC as high as .3 percent; Peace corps ranks UI 7th for volunteer count; Students share online secrets: 'U of I confessions' page reaches more than 1,300 likes;
UI substance abuse; Volunteers count; U of I volunteers count
February 26, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Book store bargaining: Vandal store undergoes changes to streamline textbook buying options, information; 'Luna laws' back in legislature; Pi Kappa Phi fraternity joins Greek community;
Changes in Vandal store; Luna laws; Pi Kappa Phi; Greek community
June 12, 2013 - Summer Arg Artwalk this way (p4); Perilous plunge: Cliff diving both unsafe and against the rules (p5);
Artwalk; Dangerous cliff
February 12, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Vandal recruiting 102: UI departments learn from eachother, work together while recruiting; Bye, buy e-books: ASUI discusses more e-books despite decline in vandalstore e-book sales; Otter updates issues in 2013 legislature; From vagina monologues to V-day: One billion rising advocates against violence toward women;
Vandal recruiting; ASUI; e-books; Otter updates
May 29, 2013 - Summer Arg Videotron coming to Kibbie Dome (p3); Spreading science (p4);
Kibbie Dome; Spreading science
February 08, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Winningly virginia wolf: UI women's center award for gender equity to be presented in march; Mental health correlation: Idaho council in suicide prevention highlights correlation between mental health, suicide; local artist enhances city of Moscow website design;
Mental health and suicidal issues; UI women's center award for gender equity; City of Moscow website design
March 19, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Let's dance: Vandals make NCAA tournament, will go to big dance for first time since 1985; Idaho sent east, will meet UConn Huskies: ESPN's women's NCAA tournament selectionshow reveals No.16 Idaho to play No.1 seed Uconn in round of 64 teams; Tuition increase still unclear; JFAC approves 4.4 percent increase for higher education funding;
ESPN's NCAA tournament; Tuition increase; Higher education funding
February 01, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Disqualifying freshmen; Faculty senate votes on regulation to put first-year students on academic disqualification for earning less than 1.0 GPA; Pin access phase-out: ITS to eliminate vandal web pin for privacy, community; When tragedy comes togehter;
New rules for freshmen; ITS
February 20, 2013 [Note: this issue PDF is front page only. Remaining pages may be available in print form in SPEC.]. Vandal recruitment 200, it's all about money; ASUI appoints DiMico for violence prevention; 'Jazzy' artifacts: UI library section home to international jazz collection; parking with a high-tech spin;
Vandal recruitment; ASUI; International Jazz Collections; parking on campus
November 8, 2013 Honored veterans, proud vandals; law school recognizes veteran issues; Moscow elects lambert, new city council members; Moscow elects Lambert, new city council members; Setting an example: Idaho's 17 seniors try to get the coveted home-winning streak started (p6); Starting with the best: Women's basketball opens at Gonzaga for preseason WNIT (p7);
La schools; Moscow City Council; Football; Women's Basketball
September 20, 2013 Reviving the rivalry; Border clashing coaches: Petrino and leach put new twist on century old palouse football rivalry (p6); A new chapter: Men's tennis gears up for tourney in Texas (p7);
Football; Men’s Tennis
October 15, 2013 Council contenders; Payne on campus: The second of five presidential candidates visits moscow today; Not quite there yet: Idaho can't overcome a bad fourth quarter in loss to 2012 Sun belt champs (p6); Road woes: Soccer return to Guy Wicks field after three straight road matches (p7);
Moscow City Council; Football; Women's volleyball
December 6, 2013 The good, the bad, the ailing: Local experts weigh on on 'obamacare' as enrollment continues; Hydrating the palouse: City of Moscow investigates alternative water sources to offset, replace aquifer declines; Sharing tree is caring tree; Battle is back: Cowan spectrum set to pit Idaho and WSU in first home game outside memorial gym (p6); Swim team splits its efforts: Tough competition outshines Idaho's best (p7);
Obama care; Tree care; Men’s Basketball; Swim team
Hydrate Your Future: Job, Internship, and Grad School Fair Crafting your 30-second pitch for the job, internship, & Graduate school fair (p16);
Graduate school fair
October 1, 2013 Green dots for change: Interpersonal violence prevention program makes its way to the university of Idaho; Presidential candidates announced; Make a plan, earn a scholarship: Students have chance to influence campus policy, earn $300 scholarship; Win No.1: Idaho gets first win of petrino era over temple (p6); Roller coaster weekend: Idaho soccer wins first, loses second match during homecoming weekend (p7);
Interpersonal violence prevention; Presidential candidate; Football; Women's soccer
Spring 2013 - Best of Moscow Five reasons to visit the arboretum (p2); Dining with a fine, sweet nectar (p9);
Arboretum; Nectar
November 1, 2013 SBOE meets folloing Nichols visit: Fifth, final candidate presents UI's good, bad; Former UI professor files lawsuit; MAS focuses on equality; Student group brings awareness to local social issues (p5); Home sweet dome: After two road games, vandals play host to Texas state Bobcats (p9); Halloween heartbreaker (p10);
SBOE; Lawsuit; MAS; Football; Women's volleyball
October 29, 2013 UI enrollment falls; Final candidate visits campus: Laurie sternberg Nichols to speak at open forums today; ASUI votes to represent religious rights; Getting dirty: Surveyed students show support for on campus, organic, student-led farm; Rebels rough up Vandals: Ole miss gets homecoming win against Idaho (p6); WAC standings close as tourney nears (p7);
UI enrollment; ASUI; Homecoming; Women's volleyball
September 27, 2013 - Homecoming 2013 Marching in style; Homecoming 2013; Costs of homecoming: Majority of $20,000 homecoming budget raised by alumni relations board (p3);
Homecoming; Homecoming
August 27, 2013 Know your government: Leading in style; Students governing students; Fundraising campaign moves forward: UI reaches almost 81 percent of total $225 million goal; Start of a new era: Vandal football heads to North texas for season opener (p11); Slow start: Women's soccer starts 0-2 for first time since 2009 (p12);
Student government; Fundraising campaign; Football; Women's soccer
December 3, 2013 Process of prioritization; Rank and report: UI finishes first phase in SBOE mandated program prioritization; Providing food for the palouse; College of education accredited; A blown opppurtunity: Aggies win battle of independents (p6);
SBOE; food for the palouse; Football
September 17, 2013 SHIP shape: UI provides students with low-cost health insurance through SHIP; Exercising vandal: ASUI 5k will begin homecoming activities, spirit; Idaho nearly upsets defending MAC champions in close home-opening loss (p6); Offenisve domination: Vandals sweep Bronco volleyball classic in Boise (p6);
SHIP; ASUI 5K; Football; Women's volleyball
October 8, 2013 First candidate on UI campus: Birx attends first open forum in UI presidential search; Dees on rights: Lawyer who took out Aryan nations to speak at UI today; Poo to profit: Cows in Idaho prove useful in making biodegredable material; Keeping UI healthy, happy: Students health provides flu shots to students free of charge; 'shouldn't happen this bad': Fresno state blows out Idaho 61-14 (p6); Rough water: Vandals fall in swimming and diving debut (p8);
UI presidential search; Aryan Nations; Flu shots; Football
December 10, 2013 Focusing for financing: UI faces budget defecit for second year in a row; Remembering 'Art' Taylor: UI staff member left big impact on UI, students, co-workers; Ace in the admin: UI student's documentary to premiere wednesday; Heartbreak in Cowan: Vandals hold lead for most of the game, but can't hold on (p6); Striking a pattern: Women's Basketball wins one, loses one over weekend (p6);
Budget deficit; UI student's documentary; Football; Women's Basketball
October 25, 2013 Music to the ears: Community members play together to celebrate world-famous musicians at 2013 Barch festival; Elect to re-elect: Mayor Chaney and challenger Lambert contend for Moscow mayoral office; Taking the stage for miss Idaho USA: UI alumna Kelsey Craft represents her school, Moscow in pagenat; A trip down South: Idaho travel to oxford to face Ole miss (p6); Comeback victory: Vandals survive 2-set deficit to win match in Orem, Utah (p6);
2013 Barch music festival; Miss Idaho; Football
October 4, 2013 Shutdown hits Moscow; Federal shutdown leaves government workers in the dark; Celebrating agriculture: Ag days honors Idaho agriculture, provides learning oppurtunities for students; Satz takes lead: Law professor steps in as dean for college of law, search begins for next dean; Improving elections: elections coordinators Pilar Alfaro, Tanner Beymer prepare for senate elections; Big 'dogs are coming to town: Derek carr and top 25 bulldogs look to keep Idaho from second straight win (p6); On par for success (p7);
Federal shutdown; New dean for college of law; Football; Golf
September 4, 2013 In the know: Comprehending the university's new classification and compensation system; Idaho democrat to run for congress: Mosco native shirley Ringo hits the campaign trail, running for U.S. house; Task recommendations: Task force suggestions receive praise from SBOE; Still young: Petrino notes youth, inexpereinceshowed in saturday's season-opening loss (p7); New season, still winning (p7);
Idaho democrat; Task force; Football; Women's volleyball
September 27, 2013 Starting the conversation: Dean of students presents first draft of new student code of conduct; Leading future lawyers: Student bar association represents student body at UI law school; Piligrimage to the palouse: Vandal alumni return for special homecoming events; Job, internship fair to be held at SRC; First win to come ... for somebody: Two winless head coaches look for first career wins (p11); Falling at home (p11);
Student code of conduct; Student body at UI law school; Homecoming; Football; Women's volleyball
September 13, 2013 Home again; Greek advisers to leave UI; Serving up number 200: Buchanan wins 200th career match (p7); Homecoming for soccer: Vandals look to start home season off right by winning friday (p8);
Homecoming; Greek advisers; Women's volleyball; Women's soccer
August 23, 2013 A vandal return; Class and comp study creates staff concerns: UI holds forums to address staff questions; Tasked with change: University task forces making progress, recommend changes; Presidential residence in need of remodel: UI committe examines options; One step closer: Coeur d'alene duo shines in second Idaho scrimmage (p11); Pulling null: Vandals to open in Utah after preseason tie (p13);
University task force; Football; Women's soccer
Vandal Nation - 2013 Fall Sports Preview Unfinished business: Idaho looks to avenge 2012 tourney woes;
Women's volleyball
The Arg Fall Guide to ASUI Elections Open forums: Candidates were given an oppurtunity to speak to voters about their platforms and plans if elected to the ASUI senate (p4);
ASUI elections
December 13, 2013 Life of learning: Dean Corrine Mantle-Bromley to speak at commencment; Degree at dugout; No quorum, no votes; counting sheeps: Caine research center cleared of USDA violations, UI evaluates processes that stirred complaints; ASUI changeover (p5); Homecourt advantage: Idaho continues eight-game home winning streak dating back to last season (p11); Ice cold from free-throw line (p12);
USDA violations; ASUI changeover; Football; Men’s Basketball
November 19, 2013 Good luck, chuck; SBOE selects staben for presidency; Education through harmony; Cleppe elected IFC president: After one week delay, IFC members finally elected; Tallahassee tough: Florida state's jameis Winston is undoubtedly one of the nation's top players, on its no.2 ranked team (p6); Crushing the crusaders: Northwest Nazarene challenges Idaho, but vandals win at home (p7);
SBOE; new president for UI; Chuck Staben; Football; Men’s Basketball
November 12, 2013 Voted down: Bill to eliminate ASUI leadership requirement not passed by senate; IFC position receives zero applications: IFC president delays elections due to lack of applications; Idaho drops ball on senior day: Idaho loses final home game to old domination, sends 17 seniors out with a loss (p6); Opening victory: Men's basketball fans see exciting season-opening game (p6);
IFC; ASUI leadership requirement; Football; Men’s Basketball
October 11, 2013 Drafting changes: UJC to review code of conduct, senators seek new student code adjustments; Zombies for charity: Normal hill organizes fourth annual zombie walk to support palouse habitat for humanity; Protecting pedestrians: Iwalk aims to bring children safely to school on foot; Sun belt champs await: Idaho heads down to jonesboro to face future sun belt foe arkansas state (p6); Climbing back to the top: Volleyball regroups after loss at NMSU (p6);
Code of Conduct; Zombie walk; Football; Volleyball
October 18, 2013 A lasting legacy: Former UI faculty member and moscow resident Malcolm Renfrew dies at 103; Payne presents presidency plan: Second candidate in search for next UI president visits campus; Opening the door: Director of diversity introduces new bill to ASUI senate to change grade requirement for ASUI leadership; Expanding research oppurtunities: IRIC aims to create an integrated research laboratory, provide space; Vandals play among elites (p6); WAC goal in sight (p7);
Malcolm Renfrew's death; Search for new UI president; ASUI leadership; Men’s Tennis; Women's soccer
November 5, 2013 New director for Native American student center (p4); Texas state beats Idaho with pass (p6); A grand unveiling: Young vandals Basketball team starts season with exhibition game (p7);
New director for Native American student center; Football; Men’s Basketball
October 22, 2013 Applegate on campus: Third presidential candidate to speak at open forum today; Protecting pedestrians: UI takes steps to improve pedestrian safety, creates plans to renovate major crosswalk areas; Class, comp evaluation underway: Committees begin review of position classifications; Resolution for representation: ASUI resolution supports religioius head coverings in Idaho photo identification; Triple-double: Vandals win third-straight ITA regional doubles championship (p6); Clawing for depth at quarterback: Idaho down to only two healthy QBs, senior Taylor Davis could start on saturday (p6);
New presidential candidate; New ASUI resolution; Men’s Tennis; Football
August 30, 2013 Celebrating women; Hiring to represent: ASUI offers students work, jobs for fall semester; See the world: UI study abroad fair first step to adventure; Evolutionary biology experts to visit UI; A denton debut: First-year coach Paul Petrino eager to open up season (p6); Soccer to face ranked opponent: Vandals try to pick up momentum at WSU (p6);
ASUI; Abroad fair; Football; Women's soccer
October 4, 2013 - In Cue Rolling grass acoustic journey (p4);
Rolling grass
September 10, 2013 Graduates' government: GPSA president Kate Cobb begins her second term; Alerting students, staying safe; Honor,safety: Katy benoit safety forum focuses on happy, safe relationships; Thunderstruck: Lightning delay, Wyoming cowboys stifle Idaho in Laramie (p6); Time to regroup (p6);
GPSA; safe relationships; Football; Women's volleyball
September 24, 2013 Saying thank you: UI financial aid office to host ninth annual Thank-A-Thon; A city of boxes: Family promise hosts first box city fundraiser to raise awareness about homelessness; Student-led sustainability: UISC provides funding for sustainable campus projects; Liason, leader, head of hospitality; Tennison exceeds expectations at UI; Cougar chomped: Battle of the palouse is all Crimson (p6); Soccer wins WAC opener: Vandals start 1-0 in WAC play for the first time since 2010 (p6);
Thank-A-Thon; UISC; ASUI; Football; Women's soccer
September 6, 2013 On the rise: UI college of law applications, admissions increase; Stay in school: UI continues initiatives for freshman retention; Senate starts new year; Cowan, Williams run first meeting as ASUI executives; At home on Greek row; High altitude, long odds: Idaho heads to wyoming to face battle-tested cowboys 7,200 feet above sea level, in search of first win (p6); Vandals prep for Fargo (p7);
Law applications; ASUI; Greek rows; Football; Women's soccer
November 15, 2013 Student code changes approved: Amnesty policy, off-campus jurdisction approved by faculty senate; Building collabration: IRIC combines research with collabrative thinking, professors state concerns; Smoking discussions: ASUI urges faculty senate to revise UI tobacco policy; Making marketable students; Vandal hockey club plays for charity (p6); Oklahama turns up pressure (p7);
Student code; IRIC; Tobbaco policy; Vandal hockey; Men’s Basketball