Argonaut 2015

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May 1, 2015 Changing up departments: VP of finance and adminstration position divided; Raising awareness for relief: Nepal student association aims to aid relief efforts after earth quake strikes Nepal; An entertaining evening: Vandal entertainment brings chance the rapper to campus tuesday night; Complete sweep: Idaho takes team title, fills up top three spots on leaderboard (p6); Season nearing finish line: Track and field heads to Boise for one of the final chances to qualify for Big sky championships (p8);
VP of finance and adminstration; Nepal student association; Men's Golf; Track and Field
September 25, 2015 Not an accused assesment: Faculty senate discusses potential changes to student evaluations; A weekend for dad: Studentes look forward to events, spending quality time with their dads; Running game alive: Idaho rushed for 198 yards against wofford, Georgia southern next (p9); Kim impresses in debut: Idaho's Michelle kim Takes fourth, Idaho second at washington state cougar cup (p10);
Student evaluations; Dad’s Weekend; Football; Women’s Golf
October 16, 2015 Love at first swipe: Online dating apps are a new way to play an old game; As prepared as possible: Vandals feel safe despite recent college shootings; An-all night space: First floor library set to be open 24-hours; Title IX transcripts take step forward: ASUI passes resolution in support of marking transcriptions; Kim finds groove again: Michelle Kim awarded Big sky Women's Golfer of the week for third time this fall (p6); Another five-set match win: Another late match rally by Idaho leads to vandal win against Montana (p7);
Online dating apps; Students safety; Library; ASUI; Women’s Golf; Women's volleyball
The Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival 2015 Lionel's legacy (p4); Visualizing Jazz: A workshop on Jazz and visual and improvisation by Josh Nelson (p5);
Lionel Hampton; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival
February 20, 2015 Claiborn to class border: UI alumna returns to interview for provost; Cowan proposes redistricting: resolution advocates collegiate model of student representation; Smith steps down: Leaving VP position Vacant, staying at UI; 'A model request': Dorschel prioritizes security upgrades, camera system; Wieneck set to present: Final candidate in Provost search to speak at open forum Monday; Lee to face eluding charge before extradition: Extradition warrant received, eluding case continues in Whitman county; Sodexo secures contract: UI renews altered dining contract with Sodexo (p3); Lax is back: Men's club lacrosse 2-0 to start season, opens conference play saturday (p6); Hope still alive: Idaho gets much needed win at home (p6);
UI alumna interviews for provost; Extradition warrant in whitman county; Sodexho; Lacrosse; Women's Basketball
January 23, 2015 Burnett looks back: Former law dean a visionary for new law center; The right space; Obama visits Idaho: POTUS talks middle class, ending gridlock in congress; Working on wellness: Six week vandal fitness challenge begins jan.29; Vandals drop fourth straight: Idaho led by 12 in teh first half, ND 20-5 run spoils home win (p6); Upset bid comes up short: Tough defense, rebounding not enough for Idaho women's basketball (p6);
Law dean; POTUS in Idaho; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
December 1, 2015 Low pay for TA's; UI reviews graduate student teaching assistant program; Safe campus act stirs controversy: Greek houses oppose U.S. senate bill; 'Promising turnout': ASUI senate election draws record turnout; Eat pizza, plan for life: Career center workshop offers student pizza, help with their goals; Seniors go out on top: Penny scores game winning touchdown late in fourth quarter (p6); Can't find the hoop: Idaho men's basketball struggles offensively in loss to Northern illinois (p7);
Pay for TA's; Greek houses; Football; Men’s Basketball
March 6, 2015 Sweet way to support cause: Student club fundraises for philanthropic effort; Cameras gain student support: ASUI endorsess Dorschel's request for increased campus security; Hiring within: Adminstrators encourage internal hiring for staff; Funding financial woes: UI to ask for 3.5% increase for 2015-16 tuition and fees; Senior send off: Idaho's two seniors prepare for final as Vandals (p6); Vandals hit the road: Idaho travels to Pacific northwest to play three games in two days (p7);
Campus Security; financial issues; Women's Basketball; Men’s Tennis
October 27, 2015 Epps out: Epps indefinetley suspended for allegedley slapping girlfriend over weekend; Scares with Staben: Stabens host 2nd annual Halloween party tuesday; Costumes of offense: Some costumes are worn at the expense of others; 'We're on a roll': Idaho running back Elijhaa Penny runs early, often for 184 rushing yards in win (p6); Champions of Big sky: Idaho soccer clinches Big-sky regular season title, will host conference tourney (p6);
Chuck Staben; Halloween; Football; Women's soccer win big
February 18, 2015 Hendrey talks higher ed: Provost candidate addresses cost of college, enrollment access; Mumps and the media: Outbreaks in Boise and Washington reportedly linked to Moscow campus; Kats emphasizes community: Research, collabration draws candidate to UI; Extradition for shooting suspect delayed: Extradition paperwork caught in mail system, hearing delayed; Bridging the gap: City of Moscow and ASUI collaborate; Vandal victory: Idaho defense suffeocates Hornet offense saturday (p6); Living up to the hype: Idaho women's golf wins first invite of year, weather cuts plays short (p7);
Provost candidate; extradition suspect; Moscow city council and ASUI collabrate; Football; Women’s Golf
March 31, 2015 Fighting for farmworkers: UI organizations observe farmworker awareness week; Staben's tuition freeze proposal rejected: Budget passed by legislature includes decrease in funding, rejects fund shift; Ubuntu fights inequality: Diversity committee tackles marriage benefits, gender and disability issues; Extradited to Idaho: Suspect in Jan.10 shooting returns to Latah county; Winning despite weather: High winds highlight Mike Keller invitational (p6); Going full pads: Offensive, defensive lines draw even on first day in full pads (p6);
Chuck Staben; Budget cuts; Jan.10 shooting in Latah county; Football; Women's track and field
February 13, 2015 Sharp relief: Acupunturists treat locals, healing together; Hearing Hendrey: Second provost finalist visits UI; Meditate Stress away: UI professor to offer mindfulness meditation classes; A helping hand for health: Health co-ordinator reach out to students, shares knowledge: Latah county to reissue same-sex marriage licenses; Hill leads vandals: Hill doesn't miss 3-pointer in second half of Idaho win (p6); Big expectations: Idaho women's golf no.1 in big sky preseason coaches poll (p7);
Meditation classes; Same-sex marriage license; Men’s Basketball; Women’s Golf
Vandal Nation - 2015 Fall Sports Features Force in the trenches: Idaho senior defensive end quinton Bradley has grown physically, impropved his game during his five-year stint at Idaho (p2); Running with heart: Idaho cross county runner Nathan stark has grown into distance running (p5)
Football; Track and Field
October 9, 2015 Slip sliding away: An 81-year old greek tradition discontinued for safety reasons; An epic e-sport: Vandal lol has grown to be the largest club on campus; Support for medical amnesty: ASUI passes resolution in support of lobbying for a medical amnesty bill this spring; Women protest Douglas wilson: Protestors hand out flyers denouncing locaal religious leader Douglas Wilson; Battle in the desert: Idaho women's golf takes third, Michelle kim ties for eighth at New Mexico state Aggie invite (p6);
Greek tradition; ASUI; Douglas wilson; Women’s Golf
The Argonaut Best of Moscow 2015 Food and family: Local restaurent La Casa Lopez maintains friendly atmosphere (p4); 'The living room of Moscow': one world cafe offers the community more than just coffee (p10);
La Casa Lopez; One World Cafe
April 17, 2015 Moms take Moscow: Friday kicks off 2015 moms' weekend; UI's montherly managers: Sorority house directors serve as a stabilizing force for students; Lowest in a decade: Tuition and fees to increase by 3.5%; Accreditors visit campus: UI prepares self-study report to renew accreditation; Racing reptiles: Phi Delta Theta to hold annual turtle derby this weekend; Battle of the palouse: Idaho men's club lacrosse to take on Palouse rival on senior day in the Dome (p9);
Mom’s Weekend; Tuition fees; Phi delta Theta; Men's Lacrosse
May 27, 2015 Moscow from a different angle: UI graduate and expecting mother is staying in Moscow for the long haul, for now (p6); New season, same result: Big sky champions come up short in Pac12 territory (p10);
Former UI student expecting a kid; UI tennis
April 10, 2015 Cowan, stetson win election: Cowan secures second non-consecutive term as ASUI president wednesday night; Cowan's comeback: ASUI president-elect reflects on past, looks forward to future; A stand against slavery: UI students take a 24-hour stand to raise awareness about human trafficking; Stop signs on human trafficking: Governor passes bill that allows posting information for human trafficking victims; seniors to celebrate at home: Men's tennis hosts Montana and North Dakota in only home matches of season (p6);
ASUI president and vice president; Human trafficking; Men’s Tennis
September 18, 2015 Breaking barriers: Overflow crowd turns out for forum on disabilities; Loud and proud: Hardwork, dedication go into each Kibbie dome halftime show; Sex questions answered: Women's center, office of multicultural affairs partnered for got sex? Program; Changing faces: UI student return signals change in customer base; Wofford will bring wishbone to Moscow: Idaho football prepares for Wofford's wishbone offense (p7);
Disabilities; Kibbie dome show; sex questions; Football
February 27, 2015 Up all night: Student volunteer crews build jazz fest overnight; Program prioritization complete: Long process finished, but not a model for future business; Seeking security: UI adjunct faculty protest against working conditions; End of the road: Idaho seniors prepare for their last days as vandals (p6); Vandals win 2 OT thriller: Idaho came back to defeat Montana 92-87 Thursday (p6);
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Working conditions; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
October 6, 2015 Spread pay pains: Wiencek retracts decision, creates spread pay task force; A combination of cultures: Africa night recognizes culture, food, fashion from various African countries; Clery report released: Clery report outlines increase in reported sexual assault; The power of purpose at UI: Staben expresses his ideas for future of UI at state of the university address; Vandals on a roll: Idaho shuts out Portland state, Sacremento state, now 4-0 in big sky conference play (p6);
Task force; Africa Night; Chuck Staben; Sexual Assault; Women's soccer
April 28, 2015 Fit for feedback: Course evaluation forms updated to promote effective feedback; Mayors come to Moscow: Idaho legislature issues affect local governments, including Moscow; Helping others one pancake at a time: Delta Delta Delta sorority to host pancake feed to benefit St.Jude children's research Hospital; Silver gets best of Gold: Linehan leads silver team to blowout victory;
Course evaluation; Idaho legislature; pancake feed; Football
April 21, 2015 Changing helathcare: UI evaluates necessity for SHIP; Turtle race without the hare: Delta Delta Delta sorority wins turtle derby; Russell walks free: Law enforcement officers recall highway tragedy; Creating cooperation: Internal candidate wants to create cooperative culture; Speaking on experience: Last VP for advancement candidate speaks about fundraising experience; Weathering the storm at RB: Vandals set to have crowded backfield once again (p6);
SHIP; turtle race; Fundraising campaign; Football
November 3, 2015 Initiating enrollment: enrollment initiative has bigger goals than just UI; Unconscious hostility: Multicultural affairs plans to work closely with ASUI to address racism at UI; Gender studies on the menu: Brown bag series acts as a forum for sharing research; Election day doughnuts: Center for volunteerism and social action encourages students to vote; Tournament bound: Idaho defeats Montana 3-1 for season sweep of Grizzlies, punches ticket to Big sky tournament (p7);
ASUI; Gender studies; Women's volleyball
May 5, 2015 Short on support: Declines in state support for mental health services evident on the palouse; When a crisis arises: Care for mental health patients often falls to law enforcement in Idaho; Finding a dean of students: Three dean of students candidates give presentations this week; Fisher seeks efficiency; ASUI senate to vote on eliminating multiple positions; From vandal to seahawk: Former Idaho lineman Jesse Davis doesn't get drafted, signs with seattle (p6); Striving to finish on top: From transferring to injuries, Bierma has overcome the odds (p7);
Mental health services; Dean of Students; ASUI; Football; Women's volleyball
April 14, 2015 Impending increase: SBOE to hold meeting this week, vote on tuition; Chapters aim to reclaim campus homes; Way paved for transportation bill: Transportation legislation passed at end of session; Wealth inequality: Women's center to observe equal pay day; Second scrimmage down: Defense impresses in second scrimmage (p6);
SBOE; transportation bill; chapters about campus housing; Equal pay; Football
May 8, 2015 Crafting a commencement: Moscow native samuel hunter to give commencement speech; A glimpse of graduates; Passing policies: University faculty meeting resulted in approval of all presented policies (p6); Year in review: Through wins and losses, 2014- 2015 was a year to remember in three athletic conferences (p17);
Commencement; Graduates; University faculty meeting; 2014-2015 sports season review
January 30, 2015 New role, big goal: Kim focuses on enrollment, new council formed; Idaho won't add the words: Committee votes along party lines to kill bill; Finding funds: ASUI committee hears student fee increase proposals; Sparks fly at tobbaco presentation: Faculty senate raises issues with Idaho tobbaco comprimise's presentation; Super bowl bound: Vandal family heads to super bowl for second time, cable grateful for experience (p6);
Student enrollment; ASUI; Tobbaco presentation; Super Bowl
April 3, 2015 Electing a president; Lee allegedly killed adoptive mother last: court documents reveal timeline of jan.10 shootings; Search begins for new VP: Search begins for the next leader of finance and adminstration; A long way from home: Bykova is quielty tearing up Big sky in women's tennis (p9); A perfect fit: Edwards has the size, strength to be 3-4 nose tackle (p9);
ASUI election; Search for a new VP; Women's tennis; Football
February 24, 2015 Claiborn on UI's future: Claiborn talks higher education funding, being UI alumna; 'Food is fuel': UI takes part in eating disorder awareness week; Wiencek prioritizes communication; Final provost candidate talks trust, future of UI; Finding fee funding: Committee requests 1.6 percent increase to UI student fees; Protesting for job security: UI faculty to observe national adjunct walkout day with protest; FIJI sanctioned by Greek office for hazing; Championship week (p6);
Claiborn; UI awareness week; Walkout day; FIJI sanctioned by Greek office; Championship week
November 13, 2015 A system of averages: VP of finance explains new budget feature to faculty senate; Cut above the rest: UI student logging crew offers unique, hands-on experience; Showcasing culture: Movimiento activista social hosts latin America culture event; Not searching now: Jerry McMurty serves as interim dean as adminstrators plan next search move; Idaho offense strong in losses: Idaho offense has been bright spot in two tough losses (p7);
VP; Latin America culture; Football
April 24, 2015 Clarifying classification: Faculty senate approves consolidation, explanation on reclassification policy; Road trip for sustainability: National organization to collabrate with UI sustainability center; Linehan, luton compete for QB1: for the third time in as many years, petrino has QB competition (p6); Looking for redemption: UI hopes to avenge early-season loss in conference tournament (p7);
Faculty Senate; Sustainability Center; Football; Women's tennis
September 9, 2015 Controversy off the menu: Vandal dining plans donations to LGBTQA community as chick fil-A opens on campus; New face on campus: UI welcomes new VP for finance; A different kind of map: Housing uses MAP-works to improve student retention, success; 'We missed too many tackles': With USC next, vandals need quick improvements from defensive front (p6);
Vandal dining; VP; Housing and residence life; Football
February 10, 2015 FAFSA on horizon: Students encouraged to submit FAFSA now; Financing a future: UI financial aid office implements programs to minimize student debt; Fisher not finished: Fisher to seek re-election, ASUI redistricting; A show-case for the people: Shades of black event draws large crowd; Faculty hiring expenses: UI hiring process expensive and time-consuming; Griz outmuscle Vandals: Idaho women's Basketball team faces uphill battle to make big sky tournament (p6);
FAFSA; ASUI election; Black event draws large crowd; Football
December 4, 2015 Alone in the crowd: Many students of color feel unwelcome at UI; 'We hear their voices': Dozens of demonstrators stand in solidarity with civil rights protestors in Missouri; Exploring options: Faculty senate applauds Foisy for talk on employee classifaction; Helping for the holidays: Palouse community members will volunteer time to collect; Vandal leader: Idaho senior offensive lineman Dallas Sandberg has developed into of team's leaders (p6);
Civil rights protestors; Faculty Senate; Football
October 23, 2015 Bringing the band back together: Alumni marching band members meet to play, relive college days; Grades almost in grasp: Students show support for posting grades online; Hero's pride: ROTC battalion commanders to be grand marshals in homecoming parade; There's no place like home (p11);
Homecoming; ROTC; Football
December 11, 2015 Starting from scratch: First-generation college student describes her adventures, challenges; A grade inconvience: Faculty senate gives input on ASUI grading resolution; Adventures abroad: Three UI students win Gilman scholarship to study abroad; Preparing priorities: UI lobbyist plans to push for CCI, WWAMI program funding increase; Vandal pair on hot streak: Callandret, sanders step up in absence of last year's leading scorers (p11);
ASUI grading resolution; Gilman scholarship; CCI; WWAMI; Men’s Basketball
August 28, 2015 Grading without a curve: Grades change with the students, jobs change with the graduates, Fulbright fills Moscow: Fulbright gateway orientation brings international students, scholars to Moscow; on-campus shoplifting: Football players take Vandal store merchandise; A different look: Vandals will have new schemes, players in secondary this season (p7);
Grading; International student orientation; Football
June 10, 2015 Teacher's talk: UI criminolgy professor Brian wolf discusses his teaching techniques (p6); Competing with the best: Idaho senior golfer Leilane Kim ties for 38th at nationals (p8);
Teaching techniques; Women's tennis
February 3, 2015 Picking a provost: Process continues in provost search; Telling their stories: Beasley's ASUI project humans of UI facebook page uncovered; Noble networking: UI career center to host career fair wednesday; A smile to remember: Moscow community grieves loss of Daniel Shannon; Vandals win rematch: Idaho avenges previous loss to EWU with win saturday (p6);
New provost; ASUI; Networking; Daniel shannon; Women's Basketball
The Argonaut's ASUI Spring 2015 Voting Guide An inclusive election: How,where, when to vote in ASUI election (p2); Candidates for president and vice president (p3);
ASUI election; Candidates for ASUI presidency
March 24, 2015 Spring builders: UI students serve in northwest community; Wiencek secures provost post: Wiencek selected as provos, will begin position june 1; Notifying UI: Vandal alert policy amended to include off campus emergencies; Competition with camaraderie: Idaho clean snowmobile team stands out at international competition: Security camera proposal considered by UI administrators; Pursuing the Olympics: Former Idaho diver Paige Hunt trying to make olympic trials (p6);
Vice-provost; Vandal alert policy; Idaho snowmobile team; Olympics
March 27, 2015 Finding a new feature: New students learn the ins and outs of attending UI; Mapping the market: Finance students gain real world experience through Barker Trading program; Brand new Barker: Experiental learning program upgrade expands capabilities; New leadership down south: Longtime Vandal appointed to executive position in southeast Idaho; Spring football is back: Vandals start first of 15 spring practices (p9);
Finance students; former vandal gets appointed; Football
April 7, 2015 Recounting, recording, Remembering: Vandalstory gives vandals oppurtunity to share stories, experiences; Overwhelming turnout: ASUI voter turnout surpasses expectations on first day of voting; Expanding leave for expanding families: Proposed amendments to employee leave policy would expand parenting leave; Addressing employee compensation: Adminstrators propose allocation to CEC funds; Scrimmaging on the sprinTurf: Wide recievers, defensive newcomers stand out in first scrimmage (p6);
Vandal stories; ASUI voter turnout; Employee leave policy; Football
June 24, 2015 A perfect mix (p2); Let the games begin: UI welcomed hudreds for the 2015 Idaho special Olympics state summer games (p6); Lunches in Lewiston: Eat in local hotspots to relieve your hunger while in lewiston (p8)
Idaho special games; Lunches in lewiston
The Argonaut's ASUI Fall 2015 Voting Guide Redistricting for representation; Conversations underway for redistricting of ASUI (p2); Voice of the students: ASUI is a liason between studets and adminstration (p3);
ASUI; Student adminstration
November 16, 2015 Speaking on sovereignty: Native American sen. John McCoy speaks to students about the issues; A month of heritage: Students celebrate traditions, culture during Native American heritage month; Both sides represent: Opposing sides line up for planed parenthood demonstration on campus; 'More than just equations': UI hosts women in Engineering; Close to the finish line: Idaho's Reagen Quigley is the lone senior, has seen plenty of change over four-year Idaho career (p7);
Native American heritage; Engineering day; Parenthood; Football
September 11, 2015 Another drop in enrollment: despite adminstration efforts, UI enrollment continues to drop; Designs and dinosaurs: A student's imagination comes to life through virtual technology and design; Vandals 'Got your back': Campus safety week starts Monday; Challenging students: Morrison hopes to build relationships with students; No pressure: Elite opponent has vandals excited to play on big stage (p7);
UI enrollment; Campus safety; Football
March 10, 2015 Chance the rapper to headline finals fest: Vandal entertainment returns to hip-hop after failed 2014 finals fest; organizing against injustice: Gay straight alliance to host rights rally wednesday; Fisher fined: ASUI presidet found in violation of campaign rules; Staying in washington: Lee to face trial for felony eluding charge before extradition to Idaho; Tournament bound: Despite loss, vandals earn postseason berth (p6);
Finals Fest; ASUI president; Men’s Basketball
October 13, 2015 The dawn of distance education: University of Idaho looks into offering more online degrees; A street divided: Opposing crowds protest, show support for planned parenthood; Flu season returns: Students can stay healthy with on-campus resources; high bids, stalled plan: President's residence project stalls as demo bids come in high; Resolving roomate issues: Adminstrators give advice, share resources to resolve roomate conflicts; Five set show down: Vandals overcome rough opening set-loss, win another five set match (p6);
Online degrees; Flu season returns; President's residence; Women's volleyball
August 25, 2015 Freshmen stories: Follow these students throughout the year as they encounter the highs and lows of freshmen year; Moments of recognition: Tony plana gives advice, words of inspiration at convocation; Smoke in Moscow: Semester has a smoky start; Night and day difference: Idaho receiver David ungerer, other receivers make progress during fall camp (p9); Vandals win one, lose one: Idaho beats Indiana state, drops one to washington state (p10);
Freshmen stories; Convocation; Smoky start; Football; Men’s Basketball
The Argonaut Spring 2015 Housing Guide What makes a house a home: Delta Zeta women find their place on campus (p5); Go greek go home: Why joining a sorority is the best choice for you (p6);
Delta Zeta women; Sororities
October 30, 2015 Halloween happiness: Local children will come to campus for annual tower trick or treat; Normalizing condom use: UI students and staff hope to promote condom use, prevent STIs on campus; Plan to prioritize: Provost wiencek reviews focus for the future process; promoting with pink: Gritman celebrates national Breast cancer Awareness month; Vandals return to the court: Men's basketball opens season with exhibition friday night (p6);
Halloween; Condom use; Breast cancer awareness month; Men’s Basketball
RAWR - May 8, 2015 UI is worth the value: A not so scientific look at our beloved institution (p3); You're in Urine town: Moscow high school hosts their end of the year performances (p8);
UI's value; Moscow High School
November 17, 2015 Safe driving for break: Winter weather conditions can impeade a safe trip home; Sense of service: Make a difference day draws record number of volunteers; Staben defeated: UI president has friendly racquetball competition with students; Promoting awareness: Faculty and students invited to seminar on transgender awareness at UI; Vandals win big in opener: Idaho women's basketball routs UC-Santa Barbara in regualr season opener (p6);
Winter break; Chuck Staben; Transgender awareness; Women's Basketball
January 27, 2015 Vandal donors set record: Historic inspiring futures campaihgn surpasses goal; Staben pitches tuition freeze: Staben appeals to JFAC to cover 3 percent employee compensation increase; A voice for vandals: Vestmany strives to make a difference; Student health center to stay downtown: UI clinic understaffed, recruiting new physicians; ASUI takes the pledge: ASUI seeks to end sexual assault; Vandals survive: Idaho snaps four game losing streak against northern Colorado (p6);
Vandal donors; Chuck Staben; Student Health Center; ASUI on sexual assualts; Men’s Basketball
September 29, 2015 Time with dad: Crowds filled main street as dads enjoy time with their students; Always involved; Facing a felony: Moscow man arrested in connection with wells fargo bank robbery; 'Argo' and agriculture: UI alumnus discusses Iranian hostage crisis , international agriculture; North Dakota edges Idaho: Dominant fourth set, Bierma's 20 kills not enough for Idaho to win (p6);
Dad’s Weekend; Moscow man arrested; Iranian hostage crisis; Women's volleyball
September 1, 2015 Mixed feelings: Faculty react to staben's decisions on parenting leave policy; Rain, shine or smoke: Even in smoky conditions, farmers markets draw out local customers; A cultural experience: cadets to be recognized for summer training experiences; Building a team: UI sees personnel transisitions in upper adminstration roles; Home cookin': Idaho soccer team puts it all together, shuts out mexico state in home opener (p7);
Parenting leave policy; Chuck Staben; Changes in adminstration roles; Women's soccer
March 3, 2015 New dean of students resigns, FIJI lawyer says sanctions dropped: UI to redo investigation of FIJI fraternity hazing allegations, lawyer says; Vandals teach tolernace: UI students come together to learn about oppression; Working on hope: Local thrift store offers program for life skills; More seats for medical students: JFAC supports WWAMI increase; Victorious on senior day: HIl bests former teammate on senior day (p6);
Dean of students resigns; JFAC; medical students; Men’s Basketball
January 21, 2015 I would walk 3,000 miles: UI grad walks across country rewarding acts of kindness; For fifth year, Idaho salamander rejected: Bill fails to designate giant salamander as state amphibian; Rally cries 'the time is now': Add the words bill to be heard in committee, supporters come together; Court proceedings move forward: Moscow shooting suspect pleads 'not guilty' to washington eluding eluding charge; Improving defense: Defense shines as Barr surpasses charlston in all-time scoring (p6);
UI grad walks 3,000 miles; Moscow shooting suspect; Idaho salamander; Women's Basketball
September 15, 2015 Football players identified: Epps, taylor idetified in alleged Aug. 16 shoplifting incident at vandalstore; No charges filed: Vandal store director comments on his decision not to press charges on vandal football players; talking tobacco: Cowan works to form tobacco implementation committe; Vandals fall to the reign of Troy: USC accumlates 737 yards of offense in win over Idaho (p8);
Football players identified in shoplifting incident; Tobacco; Football
November 6, 2015 Speaking on sovereignty: Native American sen. John McCoy speaks to students about the issues; A month of heritage: Students celebrate traditions, culture during Native American heritage month; Both sides represent: Opposing sides line up for planed parenthood demonstration on campus; 'More than just equations': UI hosts women in Engineering; Close to the finish line: Idaho's Reagen Quigley is the lone senior, has seen plenty of change over four-year Idaho career (p7);
Native American heritage; Engineering day; Parenthood; Football
October 20, 2015 Cellphone controversy: Students, professor discuss over the role of cellphones in class; Holla for homecoming: Vandals start for homecoming week with scavenger hunt and spirit competitons; Two jobs takes a toll: Staff members speak about experience in interim prositions; Figuiring out personal finance: Staff members plan new program on personal finance; Young swimmers up to speed: Idaho underclassmen lead way over three schools at home (p6);
Cell phone policy; Homecoming; staff members plan new program; Swimmers
February 6, 2015 Recipe for fire': Mild winter may lead to fire, water problems; Facing the flames: UI students turn passion for fire ecology into practice; Planning ahead: Faculty senate approves plan to allocate possible salary increase funds; Deregulating concealed carry: Bill introduced to loosen carry permit restrictions; Continuing sexual sexual assault prevention: ASUI advocates enthusiastic 'yes'; Petrino pleased with signees: Petrino addresses needs with latest recruiting class (p6);
Faculty senate about salary increase; water problems; ASUI; Football
March 2, 2015 New dean of students resigns, FIJI lawyer says sanctions dropped: UI to redo investigation of FIJI fraternity hazing allegations, lawyer says; Vandals teach tolernace: UI students come together to learn about oppression; Working on hope: Local thrift store offers program for life skills; More seats for medical students: JFAC supports WWAMI increase; Victorious on senior day: HIl bests former teammate on senior day (p6);
Dean of students resigns; JFAC; medical students; Men’s Basketball
September 4, 2015 Title IX transcripts: Cowan proposes including sexual harassment records on transcripts: highlighting concerns: Faculty senate discusses goals, topics for school year; Talking researching: First CALS dean candidate focuses on research, incresing enrollment: To new experiences: Freshman aims to get involved; Vandals lose opener: Idaho football drops opening game of season to ohio (p6);
Sexual assaults; Faculty Senate; Football
December 8, 2015 One semester later; Mapping the future of UI: University officials work to develop strategic plan; Anxiety-filled dead week: Test anxiety common on college campuses; Little rock defense too much: Vandals fall to unbeaten Arkansas-little rock despite 24 point from sanders (p6); Double-doubles: Idaho women's basketball team prevails against wyoming (p7);
Future of UI; Dead week; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball
September 22, 2015 Not Ferpa protected: Security camera recordings not FERPA protected; Supporting survivors: UI community members attend Take back the night event; Seen this man?: New lead in wells fargo bank robbery investigation; Farm life and football: High school students spend weekend getting to know UI's CALS; Idaho breaks the streak: Idaho puts up big offensive numbers, vandal defense is difference (p7);
FERPA; wells fargo robbery; Football
October 2, 2015 Investigation launched: Staben calls for immediate, objective investiagtion into anonymous football allegations; Passion for fashion; Reflection on alcohol programms: Improving alcohol programs with college AIM; To leave or to stay: Committee presents list on why students leave UI; Fresh off a title: Idaho women's tennis team hopes for back to back conference titles (p7);
Chuck Staben; Miss Idaho; Alcohol programms; Women's tennis
January 16, 2015 Heartbroken: Moscow grieves in wake of saturday shooting that left three dead; Still no motive in Moscow shooting: Police continue ivestigation, court proceedings to come; Universities respond differently: UI officials held off sending vandal alert saturday, review to follow; Reily's career night comes up short: Despite four players in double figures, vandals fall at home (p8);
Moscow shooting; University on red alert; Women's Basketball
July 22, 2015 Class of Awesomeness': Dean of students welcomes new and old students to UI; Witnesses testify at Lee hearing: John lee to face upper court after preliminary hearing; We grow stronger each and every year; Oppurtunity open for new students: New student orientation is an oppurtunity for students to learn about UI life; Ready for some football? (p9);
Dean of Students; New students orientation; Football
July 8, 2015 Equality, one at a time: People should recognize the importance of SCOTUS decision (p5); Law library moves: UI college of law moves into new center of operations in Boise (p9);The engine of UI: UI's VP for advancement prepares for new academic year (p10);
Equality; Law library; preparation for new academic year
August 21, 2015 Sights and stories of move-in: Hundreds of students move in for the school year; Tony's got a plan: Staben encourages UI to attend convocation; Bringing in students: Annual palousafest set to have over 200 tables; Spots earned, not given: Vandals return scoing threats, starting spots still up for grabs including goalie (p11); Thriving for success this season: Vandals picked fifth in bigsky preseason coaches poll (p11);
Annual palousafest; New students move in for school year; Women's soccer; Women's volleyball