Argonaut 2016

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November 8, 2016 Step to the right, step to the left; College republicans at UI help local candidates, act as ambassadors for the party, Young Democrats encourage political involvement in both national, local elections; A different way to speak out: Performers offer their views on feminism and other issues through poetry at F-word live; ‘What’s the right thing to do?’: Staben makes his first visit to Moscow High School (p3); An encouraging weekend: Swim and dive moves to 4-1 in WAC competition (p5); Semifinal loss in Cheyney: Vandal lose semifinals battle to Eastern Washington in Big Sky Tournament (p5); Less than impressed: The Idaho men’s basketball team ends season on a high note (p5); Battle down South: Idaho defense key in conference win over the Rajin’ Cajuns (p6); Idaho comes out strong: Idaho Women’s; basketball rolls over Multnomah in exhibition (p6); Searching with no results: Idaho drops to ninth in the Big Sky standings (p7); Elections and television: How presidential elections have changed over time (p8); Without a party: Black conservatives are excluded by the right, assaulted by the left (p9)
Politics; Political party affiliation; Democrats; Republican; Feminism; Slam Poetry; F-Word Live; Gender equity; Body image; Elections; Presidential election; Chuck Staben; Moscow High School; College preparation; Swim and dive; WAC; Eastern Washington University; Big Sky conference; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Soccer; Football; Volleyball; Television; Marketing; Election press; The Purge; Voting
March 8, 2016 Chalked hands and challenges: The Palouse Climbing Festival brings together schools across the Northwest; Processing the price: JFAC endorses 3 percent employee compensation increase for UI faculty, staff; Fresh take on senate: ASUI Senate elects two new senators; Determined to reach goals: New martial arts studio aims to teach a love of the sport; Reconciling beliefs: “Why Are We Here?’ event asks the big questions (p3); Employing a healthy lifestyle: UI Benefit Services begin program to highlight health, wellness in 2016 (p3); Life lessons from a man with no plan: DESI speaker said anyone can attain success (p4); For women, by women: Women’s Center hosts 11th LunaFest Film Festival (p4); Road to Reno: Vandals finish third in conference play by overcoming Idaho State Saturday (p6); Define wins championships: Defense leads Vandals to top spot in conference (p6); Eat, sleep, cheer, repeat (p7); Hot shooting burns Vandals: Idaho slips in final game of regular season (p7); Kovacs’ thrilling win (p7); Three in a row (p7); Breaking even: Idaho women’s club hockey goes 2-2 in second place tournament finish (p8)
Recreation Center; Chuck Staben; Joint Finance Appropriations Committee; Palouse Climbing Festival; ASUI; ASUI Senate; V7 Martial Arts Studio; Religion; Beliefs; Philosophy; Wellness 365 Challenge; Benefit Services; Greek life; Delta Zeta; Maurice Petty; Dynamic Engineers Lecture Series; Women’s Center; LunaFest Film Festival; Engineers Without Borders; Men’s Basketball; Cheer; Spirit squad; Women's Basketball; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Club sports; Hockey, Women’s; Chix with Stix tournament; Gender equality; Identity; Safe sex
October 21, 2016 Strategizing science: Staben hopes to alleviate funding issues that are barriers to research goal; New vacancy: ASUI Senate discusses senator’s resignation, open floor space, low sprouts attendance; Advice for aspirations: Academic adviser Lexi Schaar makes connections and helps foster success; Vaginas for change: Auditions for “The Vagina Monologues” to take place this weekend; Fast Track to graduate: Fall grads put a cap on their time at Idaho (p3); Elite expectations: Vandals eye conference championship (p5); Play from last place: Women’s basketball looks for second Big Sky title (p5); Vandals scale the Appalachians: Idaho readies itself for another tough opponent (p5); The third of four: The men’s tennis team preps for the ITA Mountain Regionals (p6); Let’s go bowling: Bowl season predictions are alive and abundant (p7); “Villainous” empathy: “Medea: Her Story” brings new light to a traditional play (p8); Cross continental celebration: Moscow will celebrate the German Oktoberfest holiday on Oct. 22 (p8); The battle of YouTube: YouTube is demonetizing videos deemed inappropriate without informing users (p9)
ASUI; ASUI Senate; Research; Research funding; Funding; The Vagina Monologues; Academic advising; Gradfest; Bruce M. Pitman Center; Enrollment; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Big Sky conference; Football; Men’s Tennis; Soccer, Women’s; Women’s Golf; Bowl game; Bowl game bids; Media; Oktoberfest; Palouse Choral Society; Idaho Fish and Game; YouTube; Content creation; Consent
September 27, 2016 Change in numbers: UI students take a stand against violence at Take Back the Night; Defining experiences: Juliette Grimmett speaks about her personal experience of exual abuse at keynote speech; A new generation of Vandals: High school seniors and their families tour campus during UI’s open house event; The wild goose chase: Olympic trials send students across the UI campus (p3); Competition between classes: Time trials provide busy students with the opportunity to partake in homecoming (p3); It takes a village: Fun-fueled event outside Idaho commons generates Vandal spirit (p4); Win some, lose some: Idaho women’s soccer opens conference play (p5); Thriller in Missoula: Montana State defeats Vandals after a 16-year winning streak (p5); Defensive superstars: Idaho earns second win of the season against UNIV (p6); Wrapping it up: Moscow city project puts art in a unique place (p8); Racing to production (p8)
Take Back the Night; Violence; Sexual violence; Domestic abuse; Women’s Center; Juliette Grimmett; High school tour; Homecoming; Homecoming; Olympic trials; Greek life; Housing and residence life; Homecoming Committee; Olympic Village; Soccer, Women’s; Volleyball; Football; Sun Belt; Club sports; Club soccer; Art; City of Moscow; Local artists; Traffic box project; The Red Pen; Moscow mayor; Bill Lambert; State Board of Education; Alcohol, Drugs
November 1, 2016 Candidates come to campus: Candidates for Idaho Legislature want students to vote in upcoming election; Off to the senate races: ASUI holds open forum for senate candidates; Slamming toward equality: Women’s Center will host annual F-Word Live Poetry Slam; Spooky spin on philanthropy: Beta Theta Pi puts on annual haunted house philanthropy; Spooks at Ridenbaugh Hall: UI students raise money for charity at annual Ridenbaugh haunted house (p3); A taste of the islands: LocoGrinz provides from-scratch food and a casual atmosphere (p4); Fourth on a sunny day: Idaho cross-country takes fourth in Big Sky (p6); Winning week: Idaho improves records, hopes of postseason berth (p6); The official winners: Idaho women’s soccer defeats Idaho State (p6); Behind the times: The NFL should ditch the tie system (p8); The Yin’s and Yang’s of Stage: UI dancers define balance physically, emotionally (p9); Tapping into trivia: Trivia night at Tapped attracts community members and students (p10)
Idaho State Legislature; Election; Election Day; Great State Debate; ASUI Senate; ASUI senate candidates; Women’s Center; F-Word Live; Slam Poetry; Greek life; Beta Theta Pi; Philanthropy; Charity; Fundraising; Halloween; Haunted house; Ridenbaugh Hall; Music fraternities; LocoGrinz; Hawaii; Cross-country; Big Sky conference; Volleyball; Soccer; Swim and dive; NFL; Theater; Defining Balance; Power Rangers; Tapped; Bob Dylan
August 18, 2016 The first view of the Vandal life: UI community helps new students move into residence halls; Botello cruises to ASUI presidency: Botello takes over as ASUI president after Karstetter resigns; UI kicks the habit: Tobacco-free campus policy kicks off the fall semester; The polyglot’s perspective: Alonso Arteaga seeks to gain a more global perspective through language (pA3); Vandals want to be the very best: Pop culture game class is more than just a fun time (pA3); Repair, resurface, remodel: Campus construction continues over summer (pA4); Returning to her roots: UI Vice Provost of Student Affairs accepts position with SUNY (pA5); Adjustment and excitement: First-year student comes to UI for business, music and friendships (pA5); Festival of involvement: Palousafest brings community involvement to the forefront (pA6); Spreading happiness: Volunteer Center announces locations of winter ASB trips (pA6); Volunteer kickoff: SYNC gets more than 1,000 new Vandals involved in the community (A7); Marching ever onward: Sound of Idaho encourages students to follow passion (pA8); Bringing musicals to Moscow: UI students collaborate to write, produce musical, ‘Isaac & Emily’ (pA10); Nervous energy: Idaho women’s soccer is starting off enthusiastic (pB1); Cycling to gold: After two retirements, Kristin Armstrong keeps returning to the Olympics (pB1); Fighting through the pain: Vandals enter season with high hopes despite early injury concerns (pB1); German vacation: Sophie Hausmann wins German Championship (pB2); Big SKy joins consortium (pB2); A quick adjustment: Myah Merino hasn’t let delays stop her from reaching collegiate soccer (pB4); Never without soccer: Assistant coach gains mentorship, new ideas in 30 under 30 program (pB6)
Freshmen; New Student Orientation; Orientation activities; Housing and residence life; ASUI; ASUI president; Cruz Botello; Tobacco-free campus; Language; Travel; Pop culture games course; Construction; Wallace Residence Center; IRIC; Integrated Research and Innovation Center; College of Education; Admin renovation; Renovation; Jean Kim; Palouafest; Community; Study abroad; Volunteer Center; Alternative Service Breaks; ASB; SYNC; Serving Your New Community; Marching band; Sound of Idaho; Spirit squad; Finding Dory; Theater; Drama department; Kenworthy Performing Arts Center; Soccer; Football; Olympics; Kristin Armstrong; Women’s Golf; Basketball, Womens’
October 18, 2016 A different flavor of delicious: Buy the Dozen Donuts offers quality treats to Moscow citizens; A grant for a cause: UI Women’s Center receives grant to develop programs; Reacting to fairness: 140 university staff waiting on Congress to delay law change; Not much bugs them: Several projects lead to the reorganization, digitization of Barr Entomological Museum (p3); Words from half a world away: UI student teaches and Arabic language class to campus community (p3); His new dream job: Shawn O’Neal finds permanent position as Director of Student involvement (p4); Honored and humbled: Idaho athletic department affs new class of hall of famers (p5); Confidence in every phase: Idaho demolishes New Mexico State at home (p5); Off to a rocky start: Idaho Women’s tennis drops multiple matches in opener (p6); Night of frustration: Eastern Washington offense humbles Vandal volleyball (p6); Men’s hoops near top (p7); XC keeps crushing (p7); Jazzed up Thursdays: Long tradition of Thursday jazz nights continues at Bucer’s (p8)
Buy the Dozen Donuts; Women’s Center; Grant; Program development; UI Campus Violence Prevention Program; Idaho State Legislature; Fair Labor Standards Act; Barr Entomological Museum; Arabic; Arbic language; Washington State University; Muslim Student Association; Athletic department hall of fame; Football; New Mexico State; Women's tennis; Volleyball; Swim and dive; Men’s Basketball; Cross-country; Soccer; Jazz; Bucer’s; American Horror Story; Fascism
December 9, 2016 ‘A maker wherever I go’: UI taught an art major how to think about things in a new way; New ASUI senators sworn in: ASUI Senate meets for final time this semester, welcomes new lobbyist, senators; Celebrating commencement: UI fall commencement to take place Dec. 10; Fighting the holiday sugar rush: UI employees compete in Healthy Holiday Challenge (pA3); A very merry Mitchmas: Student dislikes the Christmas season due to carols, merriment (pA4); Crafting holiday cheer: Three roommates bring the holidays to their home through creative apartment decorations (pA4); A little kid from a dairy farm: Alton Campbell retires after 33 years at UI (pA5); A triumph for the trees: A natural repellent applied to campus trees helps prevent evergreen theft over the holidays (pA6); Staben ready for state legislature: State surplus could go to university (pA6); The music of Moscow: musical traditions during the holiday season shows diversity on campus (pA8); Smithsonian comes to Moscow: The smithsonian’s traveling exhibit ‘Water/Ways’ is coming to Moscow (pA8); Skating away the winter blues: Palouse Ice Rink provides winter fun, looks to expand for future opportunities (pA8); The Moore you know: Senior defender Madison Moore is a ‘tough cat’ (pB1); A new set: Mill, Ball and Carman set to join the Vandals (pB1); Cougars pounce Vandals: Poor shooting and lack of post presence hurt Idaho Wednesday (pB1); Meet the new kids: Get to know the five additions to the Idaho men’s basketball team (pB2); Getting by with a little help: Filipe Fonesco found more than a team in Moscow (pB3); Gonzaga glides: The Gonzaga men’s basketball team i surpassing pre-season expectations (pB4); Local lifestyle: Amy Hasenoehrl hopes to stay close to home after graduation (pB4); Vandals go bowling: the Vandals look to repeat history in their first bowl game since 2009 (pB5); Leading the way: Trent Cowan hopes to suit up for the NFL in the future (pB5)
Silas Harper Bray; Student life; ASUI Senate; Fall commencement; Graduation; Holidays; Health; Lifestyle; Moscow Police Department; Christma spirit; Alton Campbell; Honors Program; Honors Program director; Evergreen theft; Theft repellant; Chuck Staben; State Board of Education; Budget surplus; Winter weather; Winter driving; Safety; Vandaleers; Christmas carols; Smithsonian; Palouse Ice Rink; Forge Theatre; 10 Minute Play Festival; Potato Bowl; Soccer; Madison Moore; Volleyball; Men’s Basketball; Men’s Tennis; Gonzaga; Gonzaga basketball; Women’s Golf; Football; Trent Cowan; Sun Belt; Washington State University
July 20, 2016 Representing students: ASUI president sets goals for the 2016-2017 academic year; Beginning again: Convocation marks the beginning of academic year; Returning to her roots: UI Vice Provost of Student Affairs accepts position with State University of New York; Orient yourself before you wreck yourself: Students will have exciting and informational new student orientation; Finding an atmosphere for life: Graduate student studies life beyond earth and the effect of atmospheres on distant moons (pA3); Flipping houses, flipping lives: Local non-profit provides affordable housing opportunities (pA4); Looking out for each other: Crime rates in Moscow lower, but police encourage students to stay safe (pA5); Soft drinks switching franchises: Campus soft drink contract switches from Pepsi to Coca Cola (pA5); No need to hesitate: Counseling and Testing Center works to create safe environment for students (pA6); Making an old campus new: Some campus construction projects come to a close, progress is made on others (pA7); Choosing Pikachu: Pokemon Go is here, the world seems to have a love-hate relationship (pA9); The passion of Puerto Rico: UI students present Jose Rivera’s “REferences to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot” (pA10); Student’s premiere play, set: UI student has his first play premiere this August (pA12); To the Atlas Challenge (pB1); the final stand: Idaho track and field competitors earn Second Team All-America in the NCAA championship (pB1); Deutschland dribble (pB1); Climbing to the summit: The rise of women’s basketball started in the laundry room at Tennessee (pB2); First round loss: third time wasn’t the charm for Idaho’s women’s tennis team (pB2); One best under 30: Assistant coach is nationally recognized for excellence in coaching (pB5); Pros down under: Vandals sign international professional basketball contracts (pB5); Canadian contribution: International phenom earns recognition as member of the Idaho women’s golf team (pB6); Freshman to MVP: Freshman transitions from bench player to key component for Vandal women’s basketball offensive drive (pB6)
ASUI; Austin Karstetter; ASUI president; Convocation; Jean Kim; Vice Provost of Student Affairs; State University of New York; Freshman orientation; Space exploration; Space research; Moon research; Titan; Moscow Affordable Housing Trust; Moscow Police Department; Pepsi; Coca Cola; Counseling and Testing Center; IRIC; Renovations; Construction; Wallace Complex; College of Education; Pokemon Go; Puerto Rico; Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival; Arts; Art display; Health and wellness; Diet; Blink-182; Education Abroad Fair; Men’s Basketball; Track and Field; Women's Basketball; Women's tennis; Uniforms; Laura Jackson; Renae Mokrzycki; Tayla Corrigan; Football; Mikayla Ferenz
January 26, 2016 The first of its kind: Climate research projects higher temperatures for PNW; Believe it or not: UI professors use computer programs to model how beliefs spread in society; Exploring the world: International students show off their countries at annual cultural showcase; HR director accepts new position: Waiters’ departure puts employee compensation discussion on hold; Stoking the fire: Human rights award recipient does her part to make a difference (p3); A concert full of culture: UI’s Auditorium Chamber Music Series hosts string quartet concert (p3); Seeking legal counsel: Deputy General Counsel candidates address student’s legal issues (p4); Idaho makes a splash: Idaho cruises to victory over Oregon State in team’s final home competition (p6); Bobcats bite Vandals: Offensive woes haunt Vandals on the road against Montana State (p7); A season of rivalries: Men’s; club lacrosse prepares for season opener against Gonzaga (p7); Turnovers plague Vandals: Women’s basketball offense falters, team falls to MSU in Big Sky matchup (p8); Successful weekend on the Palouse: Sprinters and jumpers lead way for Vandals at WSU Open (p8);
Climate change; Climate research; Pacific Northwest; Philosophy; Computer programs; International students; Study abroad; Cruise the World; Rosa Parks Human Rights Achievement Award; Auditorium Chamber Music Series; Moscow Police Department; Swim and dive; Track and Field; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Club sports; Lacrosse, Men’s; Gonzaga; Big Sky conference; Montana State University; Washington State University
September 13, 2016 Where memories are made: CJ’s nightclub closes its doors; A home-state advantage: Staban works to eliminate $60 application fee for in-state students; Congressional candidate visits: Democrat James Piotrowski support more college funding; What’s the Briggs deal: A closer look at new ASUI Vice President Kelsy Briggs (p3); The other options: Third parties renew hope in current disparaging political climate (p4); Huskies top Vandals: Idaho football team lost the battle to Washington (p5); New talent, same confidence: The Idaho men’s golf team kick off its season in the Palouse (p5); Finding offensive rhythm: Idaho volleyball team looks young at Washington State (p6); Every goal counts: Idaho women’s soccer makes goals, breaks records (p6); Instrumental disagreements: Students and faculty celebrate a versatile woodwind (p8); Grain house to brew house: Hunga dunga meets beer requirements (p8)
CJ’s Nightclub; Night life; City of Moscow; Bar; In-state students; College applications; Politics; Presidential election; Democrats; Republican; James Piotrowski; Kelsy Briggs; ASUI; ASUI Senate; ASUI Vice President; Moscow Police Department; Traffic violations; Parking; Third-party candidates; Football; University of Washington; Huskies; Golf, Men’s; Volleyball; Soccer; Music department; Lionel Hampton School of Music; Restaurants; Food; Textbooks
April 26, 2016 Turning water to gold: Moscow beer scene celebrates community; The business of brewing: Moscow brewery localizes supplies; Intersection of ideas: University-wide grant prompts interdisciplinary research; Humble but brilliant: Loss of Paul Joyce felt throughout community; ASUI’s road to mobility: incoming ASUI president discusses plans for Vandal shuttle (p3); more Botticelli, less Robin Hood; 43rd annual Moscow Renaissance Fair celebrates the arrival of spring (p3); Step up against violence: Zumbathon aims to raise awareness for sexual assault (p3); Innovation across disciplines: Projects from inventions to artwork recognized at awards ceremony (p4); Cardinals see red: Idaho soccer finds offensive succes in 5-0 rout of North Idaho College (p6); Spokane showcase: Idaho track and field earns individual victories, personal records (p6); Vandals see strong finale: Idaho women’s tennis sweeps Seattle U in final match of season (p7); Idaho splits boise road trip: Idaho men’s tennis team splits final weekend, finishes second in Big Sky standings (p7); Shining like silver: Silver squad dominates during annual spring football game (p8)
Tapped Taphouse and Kitchen; Restaurants; Beer; Brewery; Grants; Research; Paul Joyce; ASUI; ASUI Senate; ASUI president; Renaissance Fair; City of Moscow; Zumbathon; Sexual violence; Sexual Assault; Soccer; North Idaho College; Track and Field; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Seattle Uiversity; Big Sky conference; Football; Club sports; Lacrosse, Men’s; Boise State; BSU; Politics; Presidential election
Summer Arg - May 25, 2016 The best of the 80s (p2); Another social media column: limiting time on Facebook is difficult, but worthwhile (p3); ‘Writing about the world’: Case studies range from personal and analytical (p5); Ceramics and squiggles: Pottery gives vendor a chance to be free, wild (p6); Close calls: Women’s tennis loses first round of NCAA tournament (p7); One step closer to nationals: Five Idaho track and field competitors will compete in the NCAA prelims in Lawrence (p8); Repair, resurface, remodel: Campu construction continues over summer (p9); Cold water 72 hour: Steam plant maintenance shut off hot water for university facilities May 16 through 19 (p9); Beauty, brains and charity: Sydney Halper, 2016 Miss Idaho USA, advocates for adoption, preparing to share her message at the Miss USA pageant (p10); Sprinkles of joy: A family-owned ice cream store opened in Moscow (p11)
Horoscopes; Movies; Media; 1980s trends; Social media; Facebook; Hiking; Nature; Hunting; John Lee; Case studies; Research; Pottery; Moscow Farmers Market; Women's tennis; Track and Field; Construction; Renovations; Steam Plant; Miss Idaho USA; Local business
RAWR - January 15, 2016 A look back at 2015 (p2); A sequel done right: The newest installment in the ‘Star Wars’ franchise in one for the books (p3); New year, new hopes, same industry: Embracing the musical changes of 2016 (p3); Making healthy habits: Sticking to healthy diet resolutions (p4); A creative contribution: Lia Purpura to visit Moscow as part of Distinguished Visiting Writer Series (p6)
Horoscopes; Movies; Media; Star Wars; Movie sequels; The Force Awakens; Lia Purpura; Creative Writing Program; UI Distinguished Visiting Writer Series
April 15, 2016 A new tune: School of Music absorbs Jazz Festival, looks ahead to festival reboot; A legacy of love: Fourth generation Vandal navigates life as UI student and mother; Regaining a voice: Survivors share their stories of healing at keynote event; Curtain falls on IRT: Idaho Repertory Theatre to close after 60 years; Interest in innovation: Clean Snowmobile Team garners awards at international competition (p3); Flash of inspiration (p4); Changing the world: Undergraduate research spans multiple disciplines (p5); Pennies and dimes: UI Introduces program to help students, alumni with finances (p5); Silence speaking for itself: Day of Silence demonstration takes place Friday, as a reminder to what members of the LGBTQA community encounter regularly (p6); Hall of Fame bound: Idaho soccer ears Team of Year, Salvatore honored as top athlete (p8); Postseason anticipation: Idaho men’s tennis sees success with young roster (p8); Cycling goes beyond racing: Vandal cycling team moves forward with new members, community goals (p9); Freshmen excel down the stretch: Idaho women’s tennis relies in young talent to reach postseason tournament (p9); Set up for success: Men’s club volleyball team sees improvement, advances division after strong year (p10); Cannot be slowed down: Vandal freshman Zion Stuffle shows success in track following injury (p10)
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton School of Music; Motherhood; Women’s Center; Survivors; Sexual violence; IRT; Theatre; Moscow Police Department; Clean Snowmobile Team; TEDxUIdaho; Research; Interdisciplinary research; Finances; Day of Silence; LGBTQA; Soccer; Men’s Tennis; Cycling; Club sports; Women's tennis; Track and Field; Baseball; Lacrosse; Women's Basketball; Volleyball; Movies; Media
March 29, 2016 ILoveMakonnen to headline Finals Fest: Finals Fest expands to a festival-like lineup; Forum finale: ASUI candidates discuss school issues for the last forum; Dogs for a cause: Sigma Nu hosts first philanthropy event in five years; 127 years of sisters, mother, Vandals: Some parts of campus life have changed for UI’s female students, others remain the same; Breaking up the beetles: University to remove 50 trees from arboretum to head off beetle infestation (p3); An eye-opening experience: UI reflects on experience leading an Alternative Service Break (p4); For future freshmen: First UIdaho Bound begins this weekend (p4); ‘Wait and see’: Local landowners look ahead to 2016 fire season (p4); Conquering the wind: Track and field transitions from indoor to outdoor competition (p7); Internal competition: Track and field duo discuss time at UI (p8); Second half strength: Men’s lacrosse uses flurry of goals to earn victory in hailstorm (p9); cougars claw the Vandals: Idaho men’s tennis suffers two losses during the road trip (p9)
Finals Fest; ASUI; ASUI Senate; ILoveMakonnen; Sigma Nu; Greek life; Women’s History Month; Arboretum; Beetle infestation; ASB; Alternative Service Break; UIdaho Bound; Faculty Senate; City of Moscow; Track and Field; Men’s Tennis; Lacrosse, Men’s; Football; Swim and dive; Recruitment; Politics; Presidential election; Democrats; Republican
February 5, 2016 Rethinking redistricting: ASUI senators decide fare on the redistricting resolution; Don’t be a drag, just be a queen: Moscow’s TobiKat Productions celebrates 21 years of drag shows; Wearing red to fight heart disease: Alpha Phi’s Take it to Heart Week raises awareness of women’s heart health; Leaving family leave alone: Faculty Senate postpones vote on leave policy after friction with administration; Demystifying the gender gap: Researchers explore why more women go to college than men; A local treasure lives on: Howard Hughes Video is transitioning into a cooperatively-owned business (p3); Reasons for hope: Danish Ambassador discusses violence in the Middle East (p3); Signing up for service: Students prepare to queue up for spring ASB registration (p4); ‘An extension of you’: Moscow community discusses the culture of African-American hair (p4); Like father, like son: Mason Petrino signs letter of intent for Vandals (p6); Vandals ink several three-star recruits: Idaho football signs recruiting class of 18, including a duo of offensive three-star recruits (p6); California tsunami: Idaho women’s soccer signs seven recruits, five from Southern California (p7); Industrial guarding: Reserve guards showcase talent at Cedar City, Idaho earns Big Sky win (p8)
Drag; Drag show; TobiKat; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Research; Gender gap; Leave policy; Greek life; Faculty Senate; Alpha Phi; Howard Hughes Video; Student life; Alternative Service Break; Diversity; Moscow community; City of Moscow; Moscow Police Department; Mason Petrino; Paul Petrino; Football; Recruitment; Soccer; Signing day; Women's Basketball; Health
November 4, 2016 Tearing down walls: ASUI urges Botello to convert open space into student lounge; Dance the night away: ASUI Dance Marathon to raise money for Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital; The swing vote: UI student speaks out on the presidential race and upcoming election; Recognizing the relationship: UI recognizes 10 Native American tribes at flag dedication ceremony (p4); Salmon catches award: UI Staff Council recognizes a new Staff of the Month (p4); Art, drones and action: A preview of the new exhibit at the Prichard Art Gallery (p6); The price of stardom: Indie dramedy “Don’t Think Twice” is a pleasant surprise (p8); Parody and politics: Pop culture parodies of current issues have merit (p9)
Sabor de la Raza; Dia de los Muertos; Pitman Center; ASUI Dance Marathon; ASUI president; Presidential election; Native American culture; Staff of the Month; Michael Salmon; Staff Council; Moscow Police Department; Prichard Art Gallery; Film; City of Moscow; Television; Electoral college; Presidential election; Politics; Barack Obama
December 2, 2016 Leading a school and a family: President Chuck Staben reflects on family life while leading UI; COunting down the days: Naval ROTC student said his children are his inspiration to finish school; Time to cool down: Dad’s Weekend will have a different rhythm, events to offer family members this year; Stories that change the world: Native American Heritage Month keynote talks about how to change the world (p3); Grab a cold one: Dad’s Weekend will include the annual beer tasting event to keep the Vandal tradition alive (p4); The best from the rest: SArb prepares for the annual Dad of the Year award as Dads’ Weekend begins friday (p4); Junior follows senior: Vandal tight end plays integral role in turnaround success of football program (p6); On the way out: Saturday’s game carries heavy emotions for graduation seniors (p6); Defensive showdown: Turnovers continue to befuddle Vandals (p6); Establishing her legacy: Klaree Hobart finds her passion on and off the court at Idaho (p7); The chemistry of Kelly: Kelly Giffey is the rock of the Idaho swim and dive team (p8); Movement in music: Guitar students perform variety of movements during semester ensemble (p10); A Christmas tradition: UI’s yearly ‘A Christmas Carol’ adaptation is in its fourth production (p10); A vocal variety: Palouse Choral Society to perform ‘A British Isle Christmas’ this weekend (p11)
Chuck Staban; University president; Navy ROTC; Dad’s Weekend; Holidays; Christmas; Native American Heritage month; Moscow Police Department; Dad of the Year Award; Student Alumni Relations Board; Student Athlete Advisory Council; Powerade Pong Tournament; Football; Big Sky conference; Men’s Basketball; Volleyball; Swim and dive; Roger Goodell; NFL; Lionel Hampton School of Music; Theater; Palouse Choral Society; Movies; Santa; Presidential election
October 11, 2016 Looking the part: Participants guessed the sexualities of panel members based on appearance and general questions; Straying from controversy: UI task force investigates animal trapping and euthanasia on campus; Interns influence dining opinions: UI interns bring change to campus dining options; Made with purpose: Angel Davila speaks out through poetry; Crop connection: Foreign agriculture expert Daryl Brehm presents his Afghani experience at UI (p3); Hip-hop toward equality: Keynote speaker Athens Bpys Choir to talk about gender ideintities ind inclusion (p4); A more productive game: forward Joelle Stephens leads Idaho club team (p5); Sun Belt gets sued: Class action suit from Idaho alumnus manes Sun Belt, NCAA (p5); Thor dwin’s the charm: The Vandals stay present in Louisiana (p5); Battle in Boise: Freshman leads Idaho to finals victory (p6); Five-set showdown: Idaho falls in five sets versus defending Big Sky champions (p7); Symbiotic relationships: The Farmers market is a tradition essential to the culture of Moscow (p8)
Gender performance; Gender identity; Sexual orientation; Campus veterinarian; Euthanasia; LGBTQA; Campus Dining; Poetry; Foregin agriculture; LGBTQA history month; Club sports; Soccer; Football; Sun Belt; Big Sky conference; Boise State University; BSU; Volleyball; City of Moscow; Moscow Farmers Market; Movies; Media; Culture; Donald Trump; Presidential election
January 15, 2016 Celebrating a dream: Black Lives Matter movement co-founder to visit UI as part of MLK Day celebration; Calling all allies: Panelists share experiences with race, give advice to allies; A passion for leadership: Four UI women named to Idaho Business Review’s Top 50 Women; Beyond the call of duty: UI assistant professor of naval science is selected as 2015 NROTC Instructor of the Year; Advancing Idaho’s agriculture: Foltz to head agricultural initiatives; Moscow Alehouse turns three: Employee-turned-entrepreneur celebrities three years in business (p3); Funding hope for the homeless: Boise fundraising challenge raises over $317,000 for Idaho nonprofits (p3); Good intentions, will travel: UI students spend winter break volunteering abroad (p4); The final countdown: ASUI president and vice president set goals for their last semester (p5); Empowering the Palouse: Educational program aims to benefit Palouse youth through STEM (p5); Idaho’s Sun Belt future in doubt: Recent NCAA vote has major implications for Vandal Football (p7); Vandals wilter in desert: NMSU defeats Idaho in first meet of 2016 (p7); Spring additions: Mathis, Hobart highlight latest additions to volleyball team (p7); Idaho goes 4-1 over Christmas break (p8); Idaho hires former alum: David Nuhn returns to Idaho has head coach (p8); Three wins, two losses, one record (p9)
Black Lives Matter; Martin Luther King Jr.; MLK Day; Civil rights; Idaho Business Review; ROTC; Navy ROTC; Agriculture; Moscow Alehouse; Nonprofits; Fundraising; Volunteerism; Sojourners’ Alliance; ASB; Alternative Service Break; Alumni; ASUI; ASUI president; Max Cowan; STEM; Youth education; Football; NCAA; Big Sky conference; Volleyball; Swim and dive; Golf, Men’s; Women's Basketball; Cell phones; Screen time; Online grades
January 22, 2016 Ashes to ashes, day to day: Campus Christian Center stands on last leg; Supporting a sisterhood: Annual fundraiser for Moscow sister city will take place friday night; Thinking affordable: Cowan talks student fees, open textbooks; Films with feminists: UI Women’s Center presents its spring 2016 Women’s Film Series; Flying through the air: Juggler seen on America’s Got Talent performs at UI (p3); Scraped knees and social stigmas: Brown Bag Series to discuss the ‘tomboy’ as a social identity (p4); Win for students: Idaho governor to prioritize education (p5); Building better pupils: General Education director reviews ISEM courses for Faculty Senate (p5); The sky is the limit: Freshman Taylor Pierce takes season by storm with killer stroke (p7); Vandals upset conference leader: Sanders scores 27 to lead Idaho past Montana in Big Sky matchup (p8); Shuffling the guards: Without Perrion Callandret, Vandals must rely on other guards to carry team (p8); Chicks with sticks: Women’s; hockey expects promising season after rapid growth of program (p9); Vandal take down Grizzlies early: Idaho women’s basketball claims another conference victory over Montana (p9)
Campus Christian Center; Ville El Carmen; Nicaragua; Fundraising; Max Cowan; ASUI; ASUI president; Feminism; UI Women’s Center; America’s Got Talent; Charles Peachock; Tomboy; Social norms; Gender performance; Idaho state governor; C.L. Otter; ISEM courses; Faculty Senate; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Club sports; Hockey, Women’s; NCAA; Big Sky conference; Medical amnesty; Greek life; The Band Perry
October 4, 2016 Kick the door down: Rowdy crowd fills 6th Street, Kibbie Dome parking lot for Serpentine and Bonfire; A resounding success: Vandal Giving Day raises almost half a million dollars in less than two days; Green Dot bill goes through: ASUI senate passes violence prevention training bill despite concerns; Rocking the Block Party: Homecoming Block Party welcomes students back to the Moscow community (p3); Transition take financial toll: Athletic Director Rob Spear informs Faculty Senate about athletics, financial status-quo (p4); One weekend, two wins: Idaho women’s soccer carries home for two wins (p5); Three game skid: Idaho volleyball loses three in a row (p5); Losing the battle: Offensive troubles plague Vandals during homecoming weekend (p5); Turning the tides: Washington seeks to break 12-game losing streak versus Oregon (p7); Real winners of the Homecoming Parade: A review of the Vandal Homecoming Parade floats (p8)
Homecoming; Serpentine; Bonfire; Tradition; Vandal Marching Band; Sound of Idaho; Vandal Giving Day; ASUI Senate; Violence; Block Party; Moscow Police Department; Black Lives Matter; Prejudice; Friendship Square; Soccer; Volleyball; Football; University of Washington; University of Oregon; Homecoming Parade; Video games; UI Career Fair’ Stress management
March 4, 2016 The road to amnesty: Medical Amnesty bill unanimously endorsed by Idaho House committee; Requesting conservative increases: Tuition and fees proposal to go before State Board of Education; Springing into school spirit: Student Alumni Relations Board begins new tradition for first annual I Heart Idaho Week; Running on schedule: Education building, IRIC set for completion later this year; Partying down Main Street: Moscow Mardi Gras celebration benefits local youth (p3); Perseverance and policy: Best-selling author Paul Loeb visits campus to address student engagement, social change (p4); Making the Vandal brand: UI Director of Trademarks works to protect UI’s logo (p4); Without a home: Conference declines to offer contract extension to Vandals (p6); Vandals release 2016 schedule: Schedule highlights include four nonconference games and five home matchups (p7); Star-studded bench: Vandal women’s basketball bench plays key role in wins throughout season (p7); Chemistry on the track: Gomez’s chemistry, confidence lead to two All-Big Sky honors (p8); ‘Bye” Wildcats: Idaho clenches first round bye with conference victory over Weber State (p8)
State Board of Education; Tuition; Student fees; Medical Amnesty Bill; Student Alumni Relations Board; IRIC; Integrated Research and Innovation Center; Education building; Renovations; Construction; I Heart Idaho Week; Mardi Gras; Moscow Police Department; MLK Day; Loeb, Paul; Activism; University image; Football; Sun Belt; NCAA; Big Sky conference; Women's Basketball; Track and Field; Athletics; Misogyny; Tattoos
The Argonaut Best of Moscow 2016 A woodsy getaway: A place to escape to make memories, go on dates, appreciate the woods (p2); A bar with history: Corner club has brought personality to Moscow for decades (p2); Family, fresh bread: Local sandwich shop provides high-quality food for individuals, businesses (p3); Bookin’ it to the library: The Moscow Public Library adds resources, character to the Moscow community (p3); Styling Moscow: Essence Salons offers the community more than just haircuts (p4); Moscow’s taste of Mexico: La Casa Lopex brings flavor to the people of Moscow (p5); A home away from home: Locally owned Idaho Inn finds success over the last five years (p5); Moscow’s music legacy: Keeney Bros. Muic Center’s Legacy thrives after nearly four decades (p6); Old world coffee: Moscow’s best study spot features in-house coffee beans, family and warmth (p7); Running to the rink: The Palouse Ice Rink draws crowds during weekends (p8); Game day’s hottest hangout: Applebee’s brings food, excitement in game day (p8); Craving a caffeine fix: Red Star Coffee Co. is a long time favorite (p9); With sprinkles on top: Moscow’s downtown doughnut shop brings sweet treats and a fun experience (p10); Celebrating a mother’s love: A weekend of celebrating moms, students (p10)
Moscow Mountain; Corner Club; City of Moscow; Entertainment; Night life; Restaurants; Stax; Moscow Public Library; Essence Salon; Amenities; La Casa Lopez; Palouse Inn; Keeney Bros Music Center; Bucers Coffeehouse; Palouse Ice Rink; Red Star Coffee; Buy the Dozen Doughnuts; Mom’s Weekend; Hill Rental Properties; Tapped Taphouse
April 1, 2016 High achievers need not apply: Honors program flaws reflect ongoing national conversation; A legacy in limbo: The future of former housing facility unclear; Turning the page: Library renovations formally unveiled; Cultivating insight: Farmworkers Awareness Week recognizes migrant workers in slave conditions; One inch at a time: Greek Week speaker encourages students to pursue an authentic life (p3); To the beat of a drum: The 17th annual Tutxinmepu Powwow provides music, dance and a sense of community (p3); Something to take pride in: Lavender Graduation recognizes the achievements of LGBTQA students (p4); ASUI’s grade expectations: BbLearn discussion moves forward in Faculty Senate (p4); Peace on the Palouse and beyond: 69th annual Borah Symposium starts Monday (p5); Seesaw spring sessions: Frysinger shines in practice, running back competition remains unbalanced (p7); Aerial prowess: Vandals look to establish primary receiving options (p7); Roster woes: Idaho women’s rugby prepares for spring season despite recruitment struggles (p8); Final stretch: Women’s golf seeks to make impact in tournament after tough winter (p8); Sharp defense: Idaho women’s soccer returns for challenging spring (p8); Plethora of roster challenges: Idaho women’s volleyball team travels to Pullman to face three Washington schools Saturday (p9)
University Honors Program; Advanced Placement; Dual enrollment; International Baccalaureate; Honors classes; Targhee Hall; ASUI; University of Idaho Library; Farmworkers Awareness Week; Working conditions; Greek life; Diversity; Powwow; Native American culture; Native American Center; Moscow Police Department; Safety; LGBTQA; Lavender Graduation; Faculty Senate; BbLearn; Blackboard Learn; Borah Symposium; Waging Peace; Football; Running back; Club sports; Rugby; Women’s Golf; Soccer; Baseball; Lacrosse, Men’s; Volleyball; Washington State University; Online classes; Intramurals; Language
February 12, 2016 Going the distance: Couples can’t be discouraged by time difference; A look forward: second University Faculty Meeting reviews UI goals and visions for the future; Registration day rush: UI students register for spring ASB trips; For the long haul: Study explores first-generation student retention; Redistricting resurfaces: ASUI redistricting resolution passes second vote; Woman for women: Women’s Center Director Lysa Salsbury shares life, experience at Women’s Center (p3); Teaching tolerance: UI Muslim student panel answers questions about religion and culture (p3); An army of 400 volunteers: Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival coordinates continue to volunteers (p3); A vision for 2025: UI president, provost present university’s goals for the next nine years (p4); Utilizing a natural resource: Speaker series aims to enrich fish and wildlife students (p4); Walk-on magic: From walk-on to starter, Ty Egbert has continued to improve his game (p6); Overtime thriller: Bears snap Idaho’s four game win streak Thursday in 70-68 victory (p7); Loss of lacrosse: Idaho’c club sports epitomize hard work where other media coverage ignores (p7); A Vandal’s journey: former Idaho safety experiences imrpobablt path to Super Bowl title (p8)
Long distance relationship; Valentine’s Day; Administration; Chuck Staben; University president; ASB; Alternative Service Breaks; Research; Student retention; ASUI; ASUI redistricting; Women’s Center; Diversity; Tolerance; University of Idaho Muslim Student Association; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Moscow Police Department; Fish and Wildlife Sciences Department; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; University of Montana; Big Sky conference; Lacrosse; Club sports; Football; Shiloh Ken; NFL; Super Bowl; Community; Tuition; Counseling and Testing Center
February 23, 2016 Getting jazzed for Jazz Fest: Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival celebrates 49 years of student outreach; Medical amnesty bill advances: ASUI-sponsored bill one step closer to becoming state law; 40 years of right versus might: Law professor Don Burnett will retire this spring after 24 years; Reading for a cause: BookPeople’s Blind Date with a Book program supports local book fairs; A job for a jack of all trades: UI welcomes new assistant vice president for Auxiliary Services (p3); An unfinished basement: Marketing, Art and Architecture students envision study area improvements (p3); ‘Freight train of change’: Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist discusses race and the media (p4); Conversion constituents: Campus Conversations discuss the importance of political involvement (p4); ‘Learning the ropes’: Freshman Lindsey LaPrath strives to be a leader at UI (p4); Vandals squash Hornets: Women’s basketball eclipses triple digit in Big Sky Conference win (p6); Seniors on top: Ali Forde leads teammates to victory in final home game at the Cowan Spectrum (p6); Stinging loss for Idaho: Second half woes plague Idaho in loss at Sacramento State (p7); From defeat to a sweep: Men’s tennis splits weekend games with loss to UNC and win against North Dakota (p8); Without skipping a beat: Idaho’s growth process creates stellar results for men’s tennis (p8)
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton School of Music; Youth outreach; ASUI; Medical amnesty; College of Law; Book People of Moscow; Renovations; Construction; Leonard Pitts; Campus Conversations; Politics; Women's Basketball; Sacramento State; Men’s Basketball; Cross-country, Women’s; Lacrosse; Club sports; Golf, Men’s; Men’s Tennis; Feminism; Greek life
December 6, 2016 Supply and demand: Counseling and Testing Center seeing more students every year; One special dad: Dad of the Year Award presented to Denni Cochems; New vacancy: ASUI Senate hears latest updates from cabinet, Botello; No matter the weather: Moscow Winter Market provides local goods for the community (p3); Reaching research goal: Janet Nelson aims to co-fund research start-up packages (p3); Sweat off the stress: Student Recreation Center offers free yoga classes to reduce stress during dead week (p4); Experience matters: Idaho ends the regular season 8-4 with a win over Georgia State (p5); Vandal come up short: Vandals go 0-2 in the Maui Wahine Classic (p5); Greater than the game: Idaho and Washington State men’s basketball coaches raise awareness for cancer (p6); Some familiar foes: The Battle of the Palouse has stood the test of time in Moscow and Pullman (p6); ‘Heck of a win’: Buzzer beater from Jordan Scott gives Idaho its third win at home (p7); Just a little something: The first annual Moscow Tree Lighting (p8); Cheer in the commons: The University of Idaho had a day of Christmas cheer in the Idaho commons (p8)
Therapy dogs; Counseling and Testing Center; Dad of the Year; Dad’s Weekend; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Moscow Winter Market; 1912 Center; Faculty Senate; Research; Health and wellness; Student Recreation Center; Dead week; Football; Big Sky conference; Sun Belt; Georgia State; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Cancer awareness; Battle of the Palouse; PAC-12; Moscow Tree Lighting; University of Idaho Commons; Clickbait; Politics; Barack Obama
November 15, 2016 Experience Africa: Students, community members pack Africa Night; Prepare for take off: Pullman-Moscow Regional airport plan to extend runway, expand passenger travel; Time for turkey: UI Army ROTC hosts annual Turkey Shoot; Design with a side of feminism: UI student combines feminism and graphic design to promote equality (p3); Constructing a new system: Staff prepares for changes in compensation and employee status (p3); Riding on the road again: Things to keep in mind while driving and parking during Thanksgiving break (p4); The elephant in the room: UI researchers work on human, elephant interactions in Mozambique (p4); Vandals keep rolling: Idaho, the underdog, advances to the Big Sky tournament (p6); Idaho reaches six: Idaho defeats Texas State to become bowl eligible (p6); Strong start: The Idaho men’s basketball team opens nonconference play (p6); Fall closing: Women take 13th, men take 21st at NCAA regionals (p7); Idaho leave its mark on D.C.: Idaho pine tree chosen as the Capital Christmas Tree (p9); Tasting Thursdays: Moscow Co-op presents Tateful Thursdays (p9); Art in the barnyard: Local award-winning art is hidden in an unlikely place (p9); Rocking with Angwish: One World welcomes alternative rock band on world tour (p10)
Africa Night; Culture; Bruce Pitman Center; African Students Association; Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport; Army ROTC; Thanksgiving; Holidays; Women’s Center; Graphic design; UI employee compensation; Thanksgiving break; Fall break; Elephant research; Volleyball; Football; Men’s Basketball; Sun Belt; Big Sky conference; Cross-country; Washington D.C.; Moscow Co-op; Angwish; One World Cafe; Film; Movies; Renovations; Autism; Seasonal depression; Counseling and Testing Center
The Argonaut's ASUI Spring 2016 Voting Guide Behind the scenes: ASUI spring elections coordinators talk strategy (p2); Candidates for president and vice president (p3); ASUI senate candidates (p4); Addition to the ballor: ballot initiative seeks to amend ASUI constitution (p6); Swaying Vandal Voters: ASUI candidates talk about the issues at first open forum (p7); Candidates featured at forum: The second ASUI election forum allowed candidates to address their values (p7)
Candidates; Ballot initiatives; Voting information; ASUI spring elections
March 1, 2016 Earnest about Ernest: Seventh annual Hemingway Festival highlights author’s love of Cuba; Smooth funk: Monty Alexander Trio, Tower of Power brought the house down Friday; More harm than good: Campus Community Coalition finds no pros for making UI residences alcohol-free; Clearing the smoke: Washington State attorney will discuss legal marijuana during campus visit; Building projects, navigating cultures: UI Engineers Without Borders builds water projects in Bolivia (p3); The excitement of discovery: UI genealogist shares tich professional personal background (p4); Financing inspiration: Campus organizations seek funds for motivational speakers (p4); Grudge match: Men’s basketball earns crucial win over regional rival (p6); Lucas leads Vandals: Underclassmen have strong showing in Huston (p6); Idaho struggles in Cheney: Vandals struggle on road at Eastern Washington without Salvatore (p7); The brothers of West Albany: Brothers play key role after injuries devastate starting lineup (p7); Moment of truth: Idaho’s track and field team succeeds in the Big Sky Conference (p8); Home away from home: Despite change of venue, women’s tennis earns conference victory (p8)
Ernest Hemingway; Monty Alexander Trio; Tower of Power; Kibbie Dome; Vandal Entertainment; Campus Community Coalition; Student Life Task Force; Fraternities; Sororities; Marijuana use; Washington State; Engineers Without Borders; Outreach; Partner community; Peter Isaacson; ASUI; Finances; Motivational speakers; Men’s Basketball; Eastern Washington University; Western Athletic Conference; Swim and dive; Track and Field; Women's tennis; Women's Basketball; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival
February 2, 2016 Weighing their options: Career center focuses on producing capable, employable students; Suiting up for the future: Career Fair prepares and informs job-hunting Vandals; Rethinking reluctance: Staben talks enrollment, diversity to state legislature; Enhancing diversity: BSU representatives approach UI administration with ideas for increasing diversity; Battle of the brains: UI students compete in a challenge of knowledge (p3); The fault in CO2 emissions: Researchers analyze CO2 emissions from East African fault line (p3); Students in the issues: Student speak to state lawmakers about concerns, goals for UI (p4); Raising the bar: Faculty Senate welcomes new student member (p4); Leading the chargeL Michael Satz recognized as leader in diversity by National Jurist Magazine (p4); Minute to win it: Idaho wins Big Sky thriller behind 15 points from Sherwood (p6); Idaho sweeps the week: Idaho women’s basketball finishes road trip with win over Portland State (p6); Bandals slip in Cheney: Brooke Bogart’s hat trick leads EWU over Idaho in spring meeting (p7); Running in the Emerald City: The indoor track and field team competed in a jammed pack three-day meet at the University of Washington Invitational (p7); Vandal ‘quack’ against Oregon: Women’s tennis falls 6-1 to nationally ranked Oregon (p8); Idaho starts where they left off: The reigning Big Sky Conference champions sweep UC Riverside 7-0 in spring opener (p8)
Career Fair; Future planning; Career Center; Enrollment; Diversity; Chuck Staben; Boise State University; Black Student Union; Idaho legislature; College Bowl; Research; Climate science; CO2 emissions; ASUI; Faculty Senate; Men’s Basketball; Big Sky conference; Portland State; Women's Basketball; Hockey, Women’s; Club sports; Track and Field; University of Washington; University of Oregon; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Tuition; Donald Trump; Sarah Palin; Politics
Summer Arg - July 7, 2016 Horoscopes (p2); Informed and unimpressed: Tackling the “lesser of two evils” perspective in the upcoming election (p3); Flags, rifles, hot dogs and politics (p3); Summer health (p4); Building opportunities: Local non-profit creates affordable housing communities (p5); An atmosphere for life: Graduate student Shannon Mackenzie studies life beyond Earth and the effect of atmospheres on distant moons (p6); Two of the best, saved for last: Idaho track and field competitors Carroll and Gomez earned Second Team All-America in the NCAA championship (p7); Giong pro: Vandals sign professional basketball contracts (p8); New note for Palouse Choral Society (p10); Preseason lists released: Rehkow leads Idaho with a first team election (p11)
Astrology; Movies; Entertainment; Elections; Presidential election; Politics; Voting; Health and wellness; Moscow Affordable Housing Trust; Research; Space research; Track and Field; Running; NCAA; Women's Basketball; Palouse Choral Society; Football
March 22, 2016 Teaching vulnerability: UI Head of Acting helps students explore who they are on the stage; ‘T shot four people’: Shooting suspect enter Alford pleas to all four charges against him; ASUI presidential candidates hit the campaign trail: Karstarter highlights community, structure and transparency; A more permanent solution: Long Term Contingent Faculty Task Force recommends ways to give benefits to temporary lecturers (p3); Valuing student input: ASUI’s online polls aim to make students’ voices heard (p3); Hrdlicka the science guy: Partick Hrdlicka shares his past, present, hopes for the future (p4); Varying CEC: Employee compensation increase may be smaller than expected (p4); What’s the buzz? UI researchers attempt a glimpse into local bee hives (p4); Rebounding woes hurt Vandals: Idaho women’s basketball meets its match in No. 1 Baylor (p6); Strong finish in desert: Vandals close Arizona tournament with solid performance (p6); Idaho falls in close matches: Women’s tennis drops consecutive California games by one point (p7); Win streak snapped: Idaho splits results with 1-1 road trip in California (p7); Vandals fall in postseason: Westendorf powers Seattle U past Idaho in CBI tournament (p7); Home away from home: Idaho serves as secondary home for international student-athletes (p8)
Acting; Moscow shooter; John Lee; ASUI presidential candidate; ASUI elections; Faculty Senate; LTCF Task Force; ASUI polls; Student input; Employee compensation; Research; Women's Basketball; Men’s Tennis; Men’s Basketball; Golf, Men’s; Women's tennis; Student athletes; Study abroad; Donald Trump; Trump protests; Presidential election; Politics
September 16, 2016 Of furs and felt: UI and WSU mascots bring school spirit and high energy to games and events; Relationships among rivalry: Couples composed of UI and WSU students experience different sides of the same rivalry; A bite out of the Palouse: WSU and UI’s joint food science program excels despite transportation challenges; Stress and adaptation: Multiple UI faculty compete in Ironman Triathlons (p3); A goal for charity: Kappa Delta’s annual soccer tournament philanthropy event raises money for the community (p3); Modifying morale: Faculty Senate addresses concerns about morale and Code of Conduct (p4); Tobacco in retrospect: A look back on what brought UI to be tobacco-free (p4); Battle of the Palouse: Washington State University marching band is tuning and warming up its battle cry (p6); Not about winning: Vandal Marching Band director focuses on importance of building a community (p6); Storytelling on stage: UI Theatre Department presents a staged reading of ‘The Road Through Damascus’ (p7); Eight long miles of 126 years of rivalry: Disbanded UI-WSU traditions lives on in spirit (p7); Saturday showdown: Vandals prep for regional rivalry against Pac-12 foe (p8); The ‘once-in-a-while thing’” Idaho and Washington State share an odd history (p8); Five set fury versus Wyoming: The Idaho volleyball team starts home tournament with a five-set loss (p10); Boogie boarding businesswoman: Megan Gaa finds inspiration advice in older brother (p11); Men’s tennis takes over Cheney: Idaho men’s tennis team prepares for EWU’s Fall Classic (p11)
Palouse rivalry; Washington State University; Relationships; Food Science program; Ironman Triathlon; Greek life; Kappa Delta; Moscow Police Department; Faculty Senate; Code of Conduct; Tobacco-free campus; Battle of the bands; Washington State University Marching Band; UI Theatre department; Football; Volleyball; Cross-country; Soccer; Men’s Tennis; Marijuana; Marijuana legalization; Third party voting; Presidential election; Politics
September 7, 2016 ‘The essence of being a Vandal’: Vandal alumni travel near and far for Golden I Reunion; One door closed, another opened: Dead Kahler named vice provost for strategic enrollment management; A devil of a problem: Researchers find transmissible cancer in Tasmanian devils speeds up process of evolution; Look out fore Sjogren: Senior Fore Sjogren discusses life as a major in professional golf management (p3); Running into yoga: New University of Idaho PEB instructor demonstrates passion for both running and yoga (p4); First Moscow, then the world: Education Abroad Fair provides information for students looking to broaden their college experience (p4); In hope to spark history: Women’s Center and Office of Multicultural affairs to offer film at Kenworthy Performing Arts Center (p5); ‘Wow, she’s pretty good’: Torell Stewart, a geology major, rocks the goal for Idaho (p6); Emerald city woes: Idaho women volleyball falls to Seattle U, Washington, Villanova (p6); Evolution in your computer: UI video game studia have brought students of many disciplines together (p9); A community of techies: New club give those in technology and design opportunities for networking, learning and travel (p10); Bedsheets, art and beyond: Christian missionary Paul Wislotski adds University of Idaho students’ art to his collection (p10)
Alumni relations; Golden I Reunion; Gem of the Mountains; Enrollment; Tasmanian devils; Evolution; Research; Cancer research; Paul Wislotski; Art; Technology; Golf management; Moscow Police Department; Student Recreation Center; PEB; Yoga; Student life; Study abroad; Women’s Center; Office of Multicultural Affairs; Kenworthy Performing Arts Center; Soccer; Volleyball; Football; Video games; Stranger Things; Argonaut; Biases
February 17, 2016 Somewhere far from home: A panel of UI students and faculty discusses the refugee crisis with the coal community; Promoting positivity: Body Positive Week replaces Eating Disorders Awareness Week at UI; Vaginas for a cause: ‘The Vagina Monologues’ bleeds social justice; Finding courage in the climb: The Courageous Kids Climbing offers rock climbing opportunity to students with disabilities; New faces in ASUI positions: ASUI senate seeking new senators after Holt, Bartles resign (p3); A date night with Nepal: Nepali tradition and culture on display at Taste of Nepal (p3); Look before you lease: For first time tenants, renting process can seem daunting online (p4); Rings, moons and the age of the universe: UI researcher measures mass of Saturn’s brightest ring (p4); surprise appearance: callandret returns to court, Vandals squeak by North Dakota (p6); Track and field; Lacrosse, Men’s; Tennis, Women’s; Hocket, Women’s; Idaho leaves Vegas with two wins: Idaho ends weekend in Las Vegas, improves their conference record (p7); Salvatore moves up: Idaho women’s basketball ends North Dakota’s win streak Saturday (p7); Bulldogs bite Vandals in season opener: Idaho’s lacrosse team fell against Gonzaga 12-7 in season opener (p8); Vandals fall in championship (p7)
Yule Ball; Residence Hall Association; Bruce Pitman Center; Refugee crisis; Body Positive Week; Women’s Center; The Vagina Monologues; Climbing; Student Recreation Center; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Nepal; Nepalese culture; Leasing; Apartment hunting; Research; Saturn; Saturn’s rings; Men’s Basketball; Women's tennis; Women's Basketball; Club sports; Lacrosse, Men’s; Hockey, Women’s; Scholarships; Body positivity; Eating disorders
April 22, 2016 Not just a rock: UI students do their part for their planet; Working for a common goal: Foisy, new HR director have a shared vision; Partnerships too broad: Staben vetoes language broadening leave policy to include domestic partnerships; Learn upon leaving: ASUI senate examines senior capstone courses; Breakfast for dinner: Tri Hop philanthropy event raises $2,200 for children’s hospital (p3); Lightening the load: UI celebrates Open Education Week as movement to adopt open resources picks up pace (p4); Voting to vaccinate Vandals: ASUI passess resolution supporting campus-wide vaccine requirement (p4); The narrative in numbers: Faculty Senate discusses narrative versus numerical evaluations (p5); Against a wall: Faculty Senate approves administration-proposed revisions to leave policy (p5); Open optionsL Faculty Senate approves broadening the range of courses to fit under American diversity (p5); How to say ‘Aloha’: UI and WSU Hawaii Clubs celebrate a night of island culture (p6); More than a rivalry: Idaho men’s lacrosse wraps up season finale against an iconic foe (p8); Captain concludes journey: Men’s club lacrosse captain prepares A.J. Gravel for final collegiate game (p8); Coaching for his country: Director Tim Cawley coaches 2016 Women’s Indoor World Championship team (p9); Sweeping Big Sky Championship: Women’s golf wins Big Sky Championship, Haussmann earns individual title (p9); Championship mentality: Derek Pittman finds winding road to success (p10)
Earth Day; Environmental care; HR director; Director of Human Resources; Chuck Staben; University president; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Greek life; Fundraising; Moscow Police Department; Student life; Open Education Week; Voting; Vaccinations; Health; Faculty Senate; Evaluations; Hawaii Clubs; Washington State University; Residence Hall Association; Lacrosse; Club sports; Football; Track and Field; Women’s Golf; Big Sky conference; Soccer; NFL; Senioritis; Fashion; Enrollment
April 5, 2016 Picking a president: Karstetter puts value on his community, Miller driven by passion for student voice; Candidates face off at debate: Diversity, policy improvements discussed at ASUI Presidential Debate; A glimpse of Greek: Greek houses host future Vandals for UIdaho Bound; Representation by population: Proposed legislation would allow restructuring of ASUI Senate (p3); Don’t fail UIdaho: Campus community discusses Idaho public education (p4); Home court advantage: Women’s tennis beats Portland State in final home competition (p6); Vikings sink in Moscow: Men’s tennis earns sixth conference victory with home win (p6); Luton shines in first scrimmage: Vandals hold first spring competition (p7); Staying consistent: Barta and Fonseca focus on future in final four games of regular season (p8); Across the country: Idaho track and field tackles several meets over the weekend (p8)
ASUI presidential elections; ASUI elections; ASUI; ASUI debate; Greek life; UIdaho Bound; Black Lives Matter; ASUI restructuring; Women's tennis; Men’s Tennis; Club sports; Track and Field; Football; Women’s Golf; Football; Lacrosse; Baseball; Facilities; Renovations; Construction
October 25, 2016 Enrollment takes a turn: University sees first overall enrollment increase since 2012; Campaigns on campus: Local legislative races staffed almost entirely by UI students, alumni; Cat euthanasia alayzed: University to review policy on trapping and euthanizing animals on campus; The family, the food, the beer: Lutheran Campus Ministries holds annual Oktoberfest (p3); Presentation and compensation: Staben reiterates strategic goals, new ruling for overtime and salaries for staff (p4); Vandals wins regular season: Idaho earns post season appearance over the weekend (p5); Vandals impress in ITA: The men’s tennis team fights for top spot in Vegas (p5); Downward spike: Idaho falls in Portland for fifth consecutive loss (p5); Vandals fail to scale Appalachians: Offensive struggles to keep Vandals winless against the Mountaineers (p6); A peculiar spectacle: “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Kenworthy has become a fun and frightening tradition (p8)
Enrollment; Legislative campaigns; Euthanasia; Campus Veterinary practice; Oktoberfest; Moscow Police Department; Chuck Staben; University president; Employee compensation; Overtime; Benefits; Soccer; Club sports; Men’s Tennis; Volleyball; Football; Central Washington Unviersity; NFL; Rocky Horror; Bob Dylan; Music; Presidential election; Politics
March 25, 2016 A stately competition: Greek Week revisions aim to improve safety, collaboration; ‘Small enough to care’: New dead excited to meet students; Drawing from experience: Los Angeles based comedian set to perform in Moscow; Cautiously optimistic: Medical amnesty bill awaits governor’s decision; Embracing who she is: Olivia Kennedy wins the first Miss Northern Idaho competition (p3); ‘Drugs of tomorrow”: UI student receives Hill Fellowship for work in organic chemistry (p3); ‘Widen your world’: Film festival features films by and about Native Americans (p4); A better fit for Staff Council: Faculty Senate approves changes to Staff Council bylaws (p4); Freshman domination: Freshman Marianna Petrei has become a vital part of the Vandal’s women’s tennis team (p6); Family comes first: Idaho coach Jon Newlee chronicles journey in finding family and success on the Palouse (p6); Running strong: With departure of Elijhaa Penny, Vandals search for next running back (p7); New year, new team: Spring football highlighted by absences, key position battles (p7); Setting the Barr high: Former Vandal basketball standout ees success at professional level (p8)
Greek life; Greek week; Alpha Phi; Safety; Student safety; Medical amnesty; College of Business and Economics; YouTube; Brooks Wheelan; Miss Northern Idaho; Drug research; Organic chemistry; Moscow Police Department; Diversity; Native American culture; Faculty Senate; Women's tennis; Women's Basketball; Gonzaga; Football; Politics; Presidential election; Mathematics; Alternative Service Breaks
April 12, 2016 Determined to excel: Captain James Fry selected as next Moscow Chief of Police; A moment of thanks: Students encouraged to express appreciation for faculty, staff; Celebration of culture: Festivities bring India to Moscow for a night; Speeding up the process: Faculty Senate approves changes to disciplinary hearing process; Space lovers unite: Yuri’s Night to bring those with a passion for space together (p3); Where food meets culture: Chinese Food CLub furthers culture through food (p4); Diving into dissertations: UI graduate students to showcase Three Minute Thesis presentations Tuesday (p4); Open field success: Senior tight end eclipses 200 receiving yards in scrimmage (p6); Defending the pass: Idaho secondary looks to contain quarterbacks during spring practices (p6); Vandals ace the competition: Idaho volleyball earns home sweep over LCSC and Spokane Falls Saturday (p7); Game of concussions: Research shows football may not be safe for developing brains (p7); Vandals split road trip: Idaho women’s soccer splits Sunday doubleheader in Portland (p8); Idaho succeeds at WAT IX: Two Vandals earn individual victories, several qualify for Big Sky Championships (p8); Vandals earn postseason berth: Women’s tennis clinches postseason spot with 6-1 conference win (p8)
Moscow Police Department; Day of Thanks; Student Foundation; SArb; Diversity; India night; Faculty Senate; Culture; Yuri’s Night; Yuri Gagarin; Space; Space exploration; Chinese Food Club; Graduate studies; Thesis presentations; Football; Track and Field; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Women’s Golf; Volleyball; Concussions; Football dangers; Football injuries; State of Idaho; LGBT rights; Christianity; General education
April 8, 2016 ‘Couldn’t be more excited’: Karstetter takes ASUI presidency by 25 votes; Global turning point: Keynote speaker addresses humanitarian work and sexual violence; Amnesty an actuality: Otter signs bill pushed by ASUI into law; A time for speaking up: Events honoring Sexual Assault Awareness Month to be held throughout April; Peaceful planting: Chance encounters ignite conversation of sustainability (p3); Talking points: TEDxUIdaho to showcase local ideas (p3); A walk in the park: Aboreta expansion proposals presented (p4); Will play for free food: Late Night at the Rec hosts third annual Grocery Bingo (p4); Rose City doubleheader: Soccer program travels to Portland for back-to-back games (p6); Sutton leads Vandals: Vandals earn 12th place finish in Cowboy Classic (p6); Vandals soar past Eagles: Idaho moves to second in conference with home sweep of EWU (p7); Inconsistent West: American League West needs consistency to pose real threat in league (p7); Building foundation: Idaho volleyball continues to improve during spring season (p8); Corralling the competition: Idaho women’s golf earns tournament victory at Cowgirl Classic (p8)
ASUI presidential election; Austin Karstetter; ASUI; Medical Amnesty Bill; Humanitarian work; Borah Symposium; Sexual violence; Sexual Assault Awareness Month; Sustainability; TEDxUIdaho; Campus Conversations Program; Facilities; Arboretum and Botanical Garden; Grocery Bingo; Soccer; Seattle University; Golf, Men’s; Football; Men’s Tennis; Eastern Washington University; ALW; American League West; Volleyball; Women’s Golf; Diversity
April 19, 2016 Stretched thin: Many factors contribute to low faculty morale at UI; From doggies to doobies: Community comes out for Moscow Hemp Fest; Slow but successful: Turtle Derby continues to raise funds, awareness for ALS 58 years later; Granting an opportunity: UI receives grant to help Nez Perce students become more engaged in STEM fields; Being a conscious consumer: Keynote speaker explains effect of alcohol, marijuana (p3); Connecting with students: ASUI members examine the band formed with the director of Student Involvement (p4); A happy medium: New UI Ombuds hopes to learn the community and reach out to students (p4); Early momentum: trong first half propels Montana men’s lacrosse over Idaho (p6); Idaho sweeps weekend: Idaho women’s tennis extends win streak to five (p6); Spokane success: Idaho soccer sees strong showing in regional tournament (p7); Idaho earns top-10 finish: Vandal men’s golf sees success in final regular season tournament (p7); Vandals upset Wildcats: Idaho hands Weber State first conference loss of season (p7); Belick commits to Idaho: Vandal cross country nets talented recruit for fall season (p8); Historic performances: Vandals leave Southern California with personal best, qualifying marks (p8)
College of science; Faculty morale; Moscow Hemp Fest; Tye Dye Everything; Turtle Derby; Greek life; Fundraising; ALS awareness; Native American culture; STEM engagement; Research; Research grants; Controlled substances; Alcohol; Marijuana; ASUI; Vandal Entertainment; Club sports; Lacrosse; Track and Field; Women's tennis; Golf, Men’s; Men’s Tennis; Soccer; Golf, Men’s; Cross-country; Eastern Washington University; Attendance policies
October 14, 2016 MPD goes plain-clothed: MPD officers go undercover to cite MIP, MIC infractions at UI; ‘Do you trust your senate?’ ASUI President Cruz Botello vetoes controversial bill; The point-person: Nate Fisher works to stay involved at the University of Idaho; A cause for celebration: UI community celebrates national Coming Out Day at Coming Out Carnival (p3); Digging up new technology: Yellowdig brings user-friendly discussion functionality to Blackboard (p4); Showdown with the Aggies: Idaho attempts climb to top of the Sun Belt (p6); Double trouble: Men’s golf team welcomes two freshmen to the team (p6); Head-on problem: The NCAA must stop neglecting player health (p6); Join the club: Idaho is fortunate to have active club sports teams (p7); A transitioning team: A familiar face will coach men’s club next (p7); Idaho falls on the road again: Idaho dallas 3-1 in its first road match in two weeks (p8); Dispelling rumors: Medea: Her Story brings a new understanding to an ancient play (p9); Fall shoe trends: Create a versatile and interesting wardrobe with these fall show tips (p9)
Moscow Police Department; Homecoming; Minor in possession; ASUI Senate; Faculty Senate; LGBTQA; National Coming Out Day; Coming Out Carnival; Sexuality; LGBTQA Office; Technology; Yellowdig; Safety; Police tips; Flu shots; Sun Belt; Football; Golf, Men’s; NCAA; Player health; Football injury; Club sports; Lacrosse; Volleyball; Theatre Department; Fashion; Shoe trends; Sexual health; Donald Trump; Politics; Health and wellness; Diet
February 26, 2016 Fading in and hout: Black Student Union strives to grow, create and inclusive community on campus; Void in violence prevention: Dean of Student Office seeks to fill vacant position; Tiny tech, big impact: Nanosprings have big implications for bomb detection; Opening doors for employees: UI employees now eligible for increased salaries in conjunction with lateral moves; Turning the page: Local used bookstore moves to new Main Street location (p3); A change in scenery: New CALS dean focused on college collaboration (p3); Minds buzz, motors whir: Robotics competition takes over UI Memorial Gym Saturday (p4); Strong bones for sharing: Bone marrow registration event to be held on UI campus (p4); A helping hand: Lone senior provides support for internal teammates (p6); Seeking postseason bye: Vandals to face regional rival in critical Big Sky meeting (p7); The challenging road: Idaho’s resilience allows team to fight through hardship (p7); Championship feel: Idaho takes on regional rival Eastern Washington Saturday (p8)
Black Student Union; Discrimination; Racial injustice; Violence Provention Programs; Equality; Research; Read It Again; Local business; CALS; Chuck Staben; University president; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Moscow Police Department; Robotics; Memorial Gym; FIRST Tech Challenge; Volunteering; Health and wellness; All-Star-Quartet; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Women's tennis; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Football; UI employees; Black History Month; Kesha; Jazz
April 29, 2016 Dusting off democracy: Local students speak out on national policies; Crunching numbers: Current and incoming ASUI presidents analyze ASUI budget; A new music of the night: UI student composes score for production of Phantom of the Opera; Frosh law in Boise: Faculty Senate debates adding first-year law program in Boise (p3); That’s how the story goes: Local bookstores to celebrate Bookstore Day (p4); Shooting for a common goal: UI student seeks to share her passion for a cause (p4); The Sky is the limit: Vandals become first modern program to drop down divisions (p6); Eye on nationals: Idaho men’s tennis seeks consecutive conference championships (p6); High expectations: Idaho women’s tennis prepares for deep run in conference tournament (p6); Quartet of talent: Idaho men’s golf announces four incoming athletes (p7); Vandals sign sprinter: Idaho track and field adds Wyoming student (p8); Defense preps for weekend: Idaho women’s soccer faces road trip doubleheader in Tri-Cities (p8)
Democracy; Politics; Liberal; Conservative; ASUI; ASUI president; Phantom of the Opera; Student life; Faculty Senate; UIdaho Bound; University of Idaho Boise; Moscow Police Department; College of Law; Bookstore Day; Book People of Moscow; Soccer; Big Sky conference; Sun Belt; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Sports commentary; Kibbie Dome; Kibbie activity center; Golf, Men’s; Women’s Golf; Track and Field; Kaylee Howard; Student hobbies; Brigham Young University; Sexual Assault; Safe driving
August 30, 2016 Score one for sobriety: UI tailgates now alcohol-free due to 4-4 SBOE vote; Seven strays gone: Campus vet euthanizes deven feral cats during the summer; Supporting diverse voices: Various organizations on campus to increase diversity representation; The early bird gets the worm: UI’s Homecoming Committee works to make homecoming one to remember (p3); A golden reunion: Alumni travel from across the country to commemorate their 50th year as Vandals (p3); One thousand plus: Idaho women’s soccer ties with Gonzaga in overtime Friday (p5); Football predictions (p5); Vandals prep for Bobcats: Vandal defense makes adjustments for Thursday matchup with Bobcats (p5); Perfect three: The Idaho volleyball team begins with their best start since 2004 (p6); Clash of the runners: Idaho cross-country kicks off Thursday against several appeals (p6); Sisters in soccer: Baggerly sisters discuss ups and downs of playing each other in rivalry games (p7); From Moscow to Moscow: The theater study abroad program spent a month in Moscow, Russia (p8); Feeding the soul: Alex Gamble finds happiness in the freedom of creating (p8); What movie critics want: Why critics and the general audience can’t seem to agree (p8)
Homecoming; Campus Veterinary practice; Tailgating; Homecoming football game; State Board of Education; Alcohol ban; Diversity; LGBTQA; Women’s Center; LGBTQA Office; Homecoming Committee; Idaho Fan Zone; Homecoming; Alumni; Soccer; Football; Weber State; Volleyball; Sun Belt; Cross-country; Wrestling; Wayne State University; Moscow, Russia; Theater study abroad; Study abroad; Art; Culture; Movies; Media
November 29, 2016 All the right reasons: The Idaho Arena project fills the need for a medium-sized venue ar UI; A senator blossoms: Catherine Yenne takes in her latest role at the University of Idaho as a senator; Big Stress, big solutions: University resources available during stressful finals season; Fighting for fairness: Hrdlicka takes on grand challenges as Faculty Senate vice chair (p3); Vandals helping Vandals: Staff Council awards the most recent Staff of the Month (p3); ‘We can win ball games’: Idaho fights to the end in a thrilling fourth quarter victory (p5); Thanksgiving blues (p5); Too many turnovers: Shooting and turnovers hurt Vandals on the road (p5); Volleyball ends in North Dakota (p6); A hopeful start: The Idaho men’s basketball team makes progress, despite losses over Thanksgiving break (p6); Desert destination: Arizona Bowl likely the postseason destination for Idaho football (p6); Idaho competes in Huston: The Vandals finish seventh against teams from around the country (p6); Technology and wat: prichard exhibit explores link between technology, violence (p8); A non-extinct band: Columbus band Digisaurus recently visited Moscow (p8)
Idaho Arena; Idaho Arena Project; Kibbie Dome; Memorial Gym; International Ballroom; Vandal Entertainment; Sports Center; ASUI’ ASUI senate; Health and wellness; Stress; Finals stress; Counselling and Testing Center; Faculty Senate; Chuck Staben; University president; Staff Council; Violence Prevention Program; Football; Women's Basketball; Men’s Basketball; Volleyball; Sports commentary; Arizona Bowl; Swim and dive; Technology; Music; Technology and violence; Dead week; Public land; Stress animals
September 23, 2016 ‘I am a Nigerian’: Ayomipa Kayode-Popoola talks about her Nigerian roots; Sparks fly: ASUI Senate votes to finance homecoming fireworks display; Nelson takes on new challenge: UI hires new VP of Research and Economic Development; The Envision experience: High school seniors and their families tour UI campus Saturday for Envision Idaho; What a picture is worth: A photographic history of UI published Monday (p3); Giving back to the community: Latah County receives FEMA funds for local emergencies (p4); Transitioning Vandal technology: UI to provide opportunities to improve technology, teaching (p4); Better safe than sorry: Campus Safety Week seminar educates students on active shooter situations (p5); The road to recovery: Senior Tim Delcourt hopes to see as many start lines as possible (p6); Success on the course: Idaho golf continues its winning ways (p6); Sacrifices for football: Title IX prevents smaller teams from thriving (p7); Ready for the Rebels: Idaho football team prepares for weekend in Vegas (p8)
Nigeria; Culture; African culture; Immigration; ASUI Senate; Homecoming; VP of Research and Economic Development; Envision Idaho; University history; Moscow Police Department; Security and fire safety report; Latah County; FEMA funds; Federal Emergency Management Agency; Faculty Senate; Campus Safety Week; Active shooter situations; Track and Field; Football; Golf; Title IX; College athletics; University of Nevada Las Vegas; Mike Leach; Volleyball; Politics; Emmy Awards; Fashion; Theater; Insomniacs Play Festival; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; Recruitment; Stress; Community college; Grades
May 6, 2016 Degrees of success: College education balancing act; Caution advised: UI students say advising is hit or miss; A voice of authority: Army general’s commencement speech aims to challenge graduates; In the rearview mirror: Life in law enforcement isn’t always easy; Final days as a freshman (pA3); ‘My story is my story’: UI graduate student overcomes traumatic brain injury (pA4); Rocks are how they roll: UI to host Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section Conference (pA4); The art of playing with fire: Fire juggling theater student to graduate with BFA (pA5); Finding a happy place: Fair aims to educate students about college stress (pA5); Habits of a humanitarian: Graduating MFA student Jessica McDermott leaves a legacy of social justice (pA6); Doing his job: Staff Award winner reflects on 16-year career (pA6); Building a better sandwich: Stax to close in Moscow for Summer, open in Lewiston (pA6); A graduation 40 years in the making: 72-year-old alumnus to walk 40 years after he earns degree (pA7); Once a Vandal, always a Vandal: Vandal graduates to join 127-year-old legacy (pA8); Wanderers welcome: Wanderers’ Tavern offers community atmosphere (pA8); Into the Wyoming wild: UI graduating senior receives research fellowship (pA9); Forty-three thank yous: Multicultural seniors celebrate their academic accomplishments in separate ceremony (pA10); Setting up for success: Tutor Doctor sets aside $1 million to help athletes after graduation (pA11); Exchange of culture: Weekly Arabic classes teach participants culture, language (pA12); In search of new adventure: Outdoor Program offers unique outdoor opportunities (pA13); Legislative session in the books: ASUI Lobbyist reflects on 2016 legislative session (pA14); Forde won’t break: Dual-sport athlete Ali Forde looks toward basketball career in Europe (pB1); Strong and steady: Kristin Strankman’s greatest improvement in mentality (pB1); Backfield anchor: Defensive mentality drives freshman to succeed on the patch (pB3); Leading by example: Senior provided encouragement for Vandal soccer teammates (pB5)
Graduation; Education; Degree worth; Advising; Faculty advising; Army; ROTC; Dean of Students; Law enforcement; Moscow Police Department; Student life; Freshman year; Brain injury; Geological Society of America; Theater; Health and wellness; Humanitarianism; Shattuck Arboretum; Stax; Downtown Moscow; City of Moscow; Local business; Gordon Snyder; Wanderers’ Tavern; Research fellowship; Office of Multicultural Affairs; Diversity; Racial identity; Sexual identity; Athletics; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Cultural exposure; Housing and residence life; Outdoor Program; Outstanding Staff Award; City of Moscow Police Captain; Idaho state legislation; Steel House; Greek life; Ali Forde; Women's Basketball; Women’s Golf; Club sports; Volleyball; Women's tennis; Athletics injuries; Football; Football injuries; Track and Field; Men’s Basketball; Soccer; NBA; Legacy; Argonaut; Millennials; Consent; Diabetes; Drug; Drug dealing; Vandal Shuttle; Summer Health Clinic; Health insurance requirement; Student Health Insurance Program; SHIP
The Argonaut Housing Guide - Spring 2016 UI housing options: Wallace Residence Center, Living Learning Communities, Theophilus Tower, Greek (p2); Meal plans (p2); First-year perspective: The Tower helps new students adjust to college life in a family-like setting (p3); Different dorms, same great community: Theophilus Tower and the Wallace Complex both have features that are ideal for first-year students (p3); Choosing sorority life: Going Greek can impact a student’s college experience for the better (p4); Two years and going strong: The Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity brings academics, service to the Greek system (p4); Getting the perfect apartment: Planning an apartment search makes the process easy, exciting (p6); Proximity vs. Independence: There are pros and cons to living both in the LLC’s and off campus (p7); Do’s and don’ts of move in: Dorm move in day can be a breeze with these tips (p7)
Housing and residence life; Dorms; Theophilus Tower; Wallace Complex; Living Learning Communities; Dining options; Ballard; Gooding; Stevenson; Willey; Greek life; Fraternities; Cororites; Community; Apartments; On-campus; Off-campus; Moving
February 9, 2016 Setting the mood for food: Kappa Delta house chef provides a quality taste of different cultures; UI says yes to free textbooks: UI partners with open source textbook program in effort to cut costs for students; Idaho in good hands: WWAMI program aims to reshape medical education; More than a pretty space: ‘Great Value Colleges’ lists UI as one of 35 most beautiful campuses; New to the barbeque business: Martin’s Smokehouse offers a new flavor as old favorites disappear (p3); Showing her practical side: Jodie Nicotra brings her English background to the table at Faculty Senate (p3); Questioning coverage: Campus Conversation addresses oregon militia (p4); Accessing technology: ITS Media Center provides students with free technology equipment rentals (p4); Reserve stands out: Ferenz’s role with Vandals grows as a team approaches postseason tourney (p6); Confident Vandals cruise to victory: Shooting woes cannot stop Idaho from winning fourth straight (p6); Vandals wrap up Cougar Indoor: Vandals use weekend event as stepping-stone to conference championship (p7); Portland extends winning streak: Portland sweeps men’s tennis, Vandals face first spring loss (p7); Vandals overpower Redhawks: Idaho men’s tennis rebounds with road win in seattle (p7); Lumberjacks topple Vandals: Men’s basketball falls on the road, last-second heave misses mark (p8)
Greek life; Culinary art; House chef; Kappa Delta; Open source textbooks; Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho program; Idaho state; University of Idaho; Great Value Colleges; Martin’s Smokehouse; Faculty Senate; Jodie Nicotra; City of Moscow; Campus Conversations; ITS; Technology and equipment rentals; Women's Basketball; Track and Field; Men’s Basketball; Men’s Tennis; Women's tennis; Swim and dive; OpenStax; Student fees; Tuition; Body image
September 2, 2016 It’s Botello and Briggs: ASUI swears in new vice president, looks to fill vacant seats; Applying for a sense of community: Students create YoRally app to cultivate college community; Cultivating Vandal pride: SArb wins national awards for organization and student leadership; ISEM under the sea: The 2016 Common Read explores consciousness through the eyes of marine invertebrates (p3); The price of market value: Compensation Task Force plans to base staff salaries in market values (p3); Two ways to win: Idaho begins their season with a win against Montana (p5); Rapid fire offense: The Idaho volleyball team looks for offensive progress in Seattle U Tournament (p5); Climbing the ranks: Kaela Straw focuses on team success (p6); Basketball and bathrooms: North Carolina House Bill 2 has caused sports and social nights to collide (p7); UI gets some screen time: It’s not every day a young arms dealer wants to quit her job and come to UI (p8); Pulling a production together: A play’s journey from script to stage varies based on the type of production and story being told (p8)
ASUI; ASUI Senate; ASUI president; YoRally; Community; SArb; Student Alumni Relations Board; ISEM courses; Common Read; Faculty Senate; Market value; Compensation Task Force; Football; Volleyball; Memorial Gym; Men’s Basketball; Women's Basketball; Colin Kaepernick; Recruitment; Screen time; Theater; Hartung Theater; Theatre Department; Voting; Presidential election; Politics
January 29, 2016 New coffee hits the grind: One World takes over as Sisters’ Brew owners move on; Culture through CLEO: CLEO Pilot program aims to increase diversity among law students; The most critical year: Task force recommends freshmen continue to live in Greek houses; Picking an ASUI pro tempore: Rachel Miller elected as ASUI senate president pro tempore; A different worldview: Study Abroad Fair opens students’ eyes to options for going abroad (p3); Reforming family leave: Faculty Senate discusses changes to family leave proposal (p3); From numbers to narrative: Faculty Senate debates trial faculty evaluation form (p4); Branding the university: New Senior Director of Marketing has vision for the identity of UI (p4); Crowley’s crowning moments: Don Crowley shares his history with Faculty Senate (p4); Feeling the pain: Sanders breaks hand, multiple injuries devastate Vandals at guard position (p6); Championship impact: Former Vandal Shiloh Keo will play for Broncos in historic game (p7); Vandals need offensive shift: With injuries on perimeter, Vandal forwards must step up to meet challenge (p7); Swinging for the fence: After a year off competitive play, club baseball team looks for home field (p8); Outrebounding the Hornets: Free throws and shutting down the nation’s top three-point team gave Idaho the win at Sacramento (p8)
One World Cafe; College of Law; Greek life; Fraternities; Sororities; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Study Abroad Fair; Faculty Senate; Family leave; Career Fair; Clothing and toy swap; Faculty evaluations; Marketing; Branding; Culture; Diversity; Men’s Basketball; Alumni; Shiloh Keo; Injuries; Club sports; Baseball; Women's Basketball; Swim and dive; Track and Field; Athletics social media; City of Moscow; Inequality
November 11, 2016 ASUI stands up for veterans: ASUI passes resolution to include all veterans in non-discrimination clause; Getting out of the house: A large turnout of UI students show uo to volunteer for Make a Difference Day; Support from Vandals: UI offers students support and open dialogue for students with post-election events; Election causes mixed reactions: Students react to the 2016 presidential election (p3); A long-term investment (p5); Just one more: Secondary, special teams expected to lead against Bobcats (p6); The changing tides: Football is seeing a resurgence in Washington (p6); Hate-free football: Rcism is still prevalent in American football (p7); Television turmoil: The NFL is losing its audience for many reasons (p7); Ampersand and cooking lessons: Ampersand’s store held gluten free class to prep cooks for Thanksgiving (p8); Strangely befitting Marvel: Marvel’s “Doctor Strange” is trippy fun (p8); Throwing a factastic Friendsgiving: Throw a fun and entertaining Friendsgiving with these simple tips (p8)
ASUI; Veterans; Non-discrimination; Make a Difference Day; Presidential election; Politics; Chuck Staben; University president; Making Sense of the Election; Donald Trump; Hillary Clinton; University Budget and Finance Committee; Food and Nutrition Club; Moscow Police Department; Soccer; Guy Wicks Field; Football; Washington State University; University of Washington; Racism; NFL; Colin Kaepernick; KUOI; Ampersand; Thanksgiving break; Marvel; Doctor Strange
February 19, 2016 From the ground up” Habitat for Humanity dedicates house to UI’s Stephanie Bunney and her three daughters; Her body of work: ‘All bodies are good bodies,’ said UI Alumna Amy Pence-Brown; Funding a festival: ASUI senate passes bill concerning money allotted to the Hemingway Festival; Many moving parts: Spread Pay Task Force develops pay options for employees; Cents for sense: Barista tips fund student scholarships at VandalStore (p3); Ensuring campaign equality: Capping ASUI Senate campaign lengths (p4); Backed into a corner: Faculty Senate discusses problems with employee, supervisor training modules (p4); Small but mighty: Idaho women’s horse polo winds up for preliminary competition despite setbacks (p6); Leader of the pack: ‘Sprinter Ben Ayesu-Attah battles through injuries to qualify for conference championships (p7); Callandret returns to court: Vandals have experiences perimeter guard on court (p7); Waiting in anticipation: Future of football depends on Sun Belt presentation (p7); Confidence runs the world: Idaho thrower finds home, success in Moscow (p8); From Portugal to Idaho: Maria Tavares discusses journey from her hometown to Moscow (p8)
Habitat for Humanity; Humanitarianism; Body Positive Week; Community; ASUI; ASUI Senate; Hemingway Festival; Employee compensation; Starbucks; VandalStore; ASUI campaigns; Faculty Senate; Training modules; Horse polo; Club sports; Track and Field; Men’s Basketball; Football; Sun Belt; Big Sky conference; Women's tennis; Volunteering; Barbie; Textbook expenses
May 3, 2016 More than sticks and stones: Writing on the Wall event aims to destroy harmful stereotypes; Going up on a Friday: Finals Fest featured hip hop performers and celebrity DJ’s at SprinTurf; It’s rocket science: SpaceX cofounder discusses journey from logging to rocket design; Spread pay three ways: Spread Pay Task Force proposal met with concern at Faculty Senate; Grace, style and a can-do attitude: Staff Award recipient strives to bring vision to her job (p3); ‘An engineer built this’: Seniors showcase capstone projects at engineering expo (p4); Vandals victorious: Idaho takes Big Sky Championship by storm (p6); Battle in Boise: Several Vandals qualify for the Big sky Championships during Border Clash (p6); Comeback kings: Idaho men’s golf repeats as Big Sky champions after setting new record (p7); Northwest showdown: Idaho women’s soccer looks toward fall after ending spring season with win (p7); Devastating finale: Idaho men’s tennis falls in heartbreaking Big Sky match (p8)
Writing on the Wall; Volunteer Center; Center for Volunteerism and Social Action; Finals Fest; Stereotypes; Engineering; SpaceX; Faculty Senate; Spread Pay Task Force; Spread Pay proposal; Staff Award; ILoveMakonnen; Capstone projects; Engineering Expo; Women's tennis; Big Sky conference; Big Sky championship; Track and Field; Women’s Golf; Golf, Men’s; Men’s Tennis; Soccer; Sports jargon; Inclusivity; Syllabi
September 30, 2016 A man of the people: UI President Chuck Staben has a busy schedule for Homecoming Week; Swimming in Vandal Pride; Olympic caliber hype: Students have fun and get pumped for homecoming at the Olympic Village (pA3); Playing close to the heart: Alpha Phi sorority holds soccer tournament to raise money for women;s heart health (pA3); Her Vandal family: Emily Rasch brought into the Vandal lifestyle during time at UI (pA4); Banned together for banned books: Read Out emphasizes banned literature and First Amendment rights (pA5); The questionable candidates: Student Success program hosts live debate viewing in Wallace (pA5); Three decades down the road: Creative services Director Cindy Johnson retires after 30 years with UI (pA6); Vandalizing Moscow: Moscow showcases the world’s countries through window decorations (pA7); Blues and booze: This years Moscow Block Party will feature music from three different bands (pA7); Feeding Vandal pride: Gritman Medical Center kicks of UI’s Block Party with a chili feed (pA8); Campus Serpentine: UI’s band members keep Serpentine tradition alive (pA10); Rehkow’s golden leg: Idaho senior discusses record-breaking kick during his journey to Moscow (pB1); WAC takes interest: Big Sky move heavily influenced by Staben (pB1); Nationally ranked: The Idaho women’s golf team took on tough competition in Colorado (pB1); Protect the Dome: Idaho looks to defend the Kibbie Dome against Troy (pB2); Competing for success: Sarah Sharp brings loud, competitive spirit (pB4); Not a daisy-picker: Senior soccer player escapes the bustle of California (pB5)
University president; Chuck Staben; Homecoming; Homecoming; Serpentine; Bonfire; Greek life; Olympic Village; Homecoming Olympics; Alpha Phi; Vandal Spirit; Read Out; Banned books; Banned literature; Student Success Program; Creative Services Director; Pi Beta Phi; Block Party; Gritman Medical Center; Door decorations; University Marching Band; Sound of Idaho; Austin Rehkow; Football; Western Athletic Conference; Big Sky conference; Sun Belt; Women’s Golf; Kibbie Dome; Gonzaga; Volleyball; Soccer; Student fees; School spirit; No Child Left Behind
September 20, 2016 Kappa Delta scores for charity: Kappa Delta sorority raises funds at Shamrock soccer tournament; Less gender specific: Keynote speaker Jack Qu’emi addresses the importance of gender identities; A Staples transplant: Staples moves to Palouse mall complex at end of September; Full jazz ahead: UI prepares for 50th annual Jazz Fest with a new director (p3); Filling in the blanks: ASUI Senate votes in four new members, cabinet discusses Vandal Shuttle (p3); A stand against violence: Take Back the Night allows community to stand together against domestic violence (p4); Membership for equality: Athena offers membership to UI employees to promote equality (p4); Peril on the Palouse: The Idaho football team fails to keep up with Washington State (p6); Full of potential: The Idaho volleyball team ends tournament play with a win and two losses (p6); First and second: Idaho women’s cross-country team win against Gonzaga (p7); Baby, it’s cold outside: Things are heating up in the architecture department (p8); Take it into overtime: Vandal Tespa chapter hosts ‘Overwatch’ tournament (p8); Diversity and Constance: Systematic prejudice plagues the art community (p10)
Greek life; Kappa Delta; Soccer; Fundraising; Charity; Shamrock soccer tournament; Diversity; Gender identity; Staples; Palouse Mall; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; ASUI Senate; Women’s Center; Take Back the Night; Domestic violence; Athena; Football; Washington State University; Volleyball; Cross-country; Cross-country, Women’s; Architecture Department; College of Art and Architecture; Tespa; Video games; Video game club; Blair Witch Project; Movies Art; Art community; Prejudice; Campus Safety Week; Athletics; Athletics funding
Summer Arg - June 6, 2016 Horoscopes (p2); LGBTQ pride mix tape (p2); Orange is trending - again: Orange is the New Black is back, delivers more than anticipated (p3); Returning to her roots: UI Vice Provost of Student Affairs accepts position with SUNY (p4); The summer of magical reading: A fun new way to experience literature and magic in the park (p5); Exposure in the heart of the arts: Moscow artists share their work at the annual Artwalk (p6); New talent emerges in Atlas Challenge: The Idaho men’s basketball team grows in its bench during the Atlas Challenge in China (p8); Forde to Fireballs: Post Ali Forde signs with professional German team (p9); A dark day for LGBT community: Government caught in stalemate over gun regulation (p10); Spinning the needle: Art enthusiasts gather to teach Moscow residents textile techniques (p11)
Horoscopes; LGBTQ; Pride month; Music; Orange is the New Black; Netflix; Independence Day; Firework regulations; Jean Jim; East City Park; City of Moscow; Reading; Summer reading; Artwalk; Local art; Basketball; Suzhou, China; Atlas Challenge; Volleyball; Swim and dive; Women's Basketball; State Board of Education; Football; Ali Forde; Pulse Nightclub Shooting; Mass shooting; LBGT intolerance; Textiles; Screen on the Green; Theophilus Tower
October 7, 2016 Sewing up a loophole: ASUI Senate closes up loophole in last-minute election bill; UI keeps swimming: Author Sy Montgomery visits UI to discuss Common Read; Writing for the World: Common Read Author Sy Montgomery shared her experience with students; Staben sticks to plans: Staben discussed future of UI in State of the University address (p3); Injury opens new doors: Senior runner foes from soccer to cross-country walk-on (p5); Start strong, finish stronger: Vandals look to rebound against Louisiana-Monroe (p5); Men’s tennis preps for Boise: Idaho seeks new tart in Boise tournament (p5); Another Duke of the West: New opportunities arise without football (p7); New take on cheese: Joe’s Cheesy Shack takes a classic sandwich to unexpected levels (p8); UI lights the way: A peek behind the Tower Light Show (p8)
Career Fair; Kibbie Dome; ASUI Senate; Election bill; Sy Montgomery; Common Read; Chuck Staben; University president; State of the University Address; Health and Rec Fair; Soccer; Cross-country; Sports injury; Football; Men’s Tennis; NASCAR; Volleyball; Club soccer; Men’s Basketball; Lacrosse; Club sports; Joe’s Cheesy Shack; Lionel Hampton School of Music; Tower Light Show; Comic book films; National clown epidemic; Clown sightings; Donald Trump; Biased news; Midterms; Moscow Police Department
Summer Arg - June 8, 2016 Horoscopes (p2); Make ‘em all jealous (p2); A soldier's timeless story: local performance proves that actions speak louder than words (p3); Over the hill and through the woods: Nick Bryant explores the outdoors collecting valuables (p6); Art-full Gallery: The Prichard Art Gallery hosts summer children’s camp (p8); An unbloody summer: The need for blood donors never goes on summer vacation (p8); Grandma knows how to jam: Enda Neer cans jelly and jam to sell at the local farmers market (p9); Directly from the source: WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm opened sales in May (p10); Seeing the world (p11)
Horoscopes; Music; Kenworthy Theater; One man show; The Poet; Screen on the Green; Theophilus Tower; NCAA; Track and Field; NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships; Hamilton Lowe Aquatics Center; SUNY; Moscow Farmers Market; Mushroom foraging; Prichard Art Gallery; Blood donation; WSU; Palouse local farming; Pullman; Poetry
January 20, 2016 Life after high school: UI study highlights causes of Idaho’s low go-on rates; Dealing with decline: Idaho experiences dip in agricultural revenue; A change in scenery: New UI controller settles into her new job and life; Garza’s dream: Black Lives Matter co-creator discusses fight for social justice; Spread happiness: No matter the hardships in life, he persevere (p3); Came a tribe from the north: For UO lobbyist Joe Stegner the tables have turned, ASUI lobbyist Nate Fisher is ready for the challenge (p4); Eight miles of organic food: Moscow Food Co-op owners look to Pullman for growth (p4); Vandals fall in overtime thriller: Vandals lose seconds Big Sky game, Sanders drops 29 (p6); Idaho digs a hole, climbs out to win: Despite first quarter woes, women’s basketball claims victory over SUU (p6); Explosive performances for indoor track, field: Four Vandals earn spot in Big Sky Conference Championship (p7); Vandals earn Big Sky win: The Idaho women’s tennis team turned things around with a 5-2 win against Montana State (p8); Former Vandal wins prestigious award: Ex-Vandal left guard named first recipient of renowned honor (p8)
Hello Walk; Agriculture; After-high-school plans; Agricultural revenue; Administration; National Education Association; Black Lives Matter; International studies; Idaho State Legislature; Joe Stenger; Nate Fisher; Moscow Food Co-op; Men’s Basketball; Basketball, Wome’s; Women's tennis; Track and Field; Big Sky conference; Big Sky championships; Football; Polyneisian Pro Football Player of the Year; Hawaiian Airlines; Higher education; Bob’s Place; Flu season; Flu vaccination; Influenza
August 26, 2016 Playing their part: New Education Building hopes to raise interest in teaching; Vandal for governor: UI alumnus enters gubernatorial race; Opportunity for input: Latah Parks and Recreation to include UI students in strategy; Access to laughs: Conference and comedy show focuses on people with disabilities; Livin’ la vida mocha: Student employee juggles fraps and class (p3); Academic cheerleaders: Academic Adviser Liz Bryant is on campus to help students grow (p4); Women’s Center celebrates gender equality: FEMFest to talk equality on Idaho Commons Plaza (p4); Worth the risk: Senior goalkeeper Faith Sugerman wants to make a difference after college (p6); Return to glory: High hopes abound after several tough years of college football on Palouse (p6); An agenda for success: The Idaho volleyball team prepares for their tournament opener (p6); Fennelly brings the energy: New coach brings video talents, coaching background to women’s basketball (p8); A ballerina turned runner: Senior Ally Ginther focuses on confidence as season approaches (p8); Mind, body and balance: UI professor Belle Baggs plans to use grant money to help students achieve balance in dance (p9); “Hydrodome” World premier: Andy Behrle’s “hydrodome” displayed in completion for the first time at Prichard Art Gallery (p10)
Idaho state governor; State governor elections; College of Education building; Latah County; Latah Parks and Recreation; City of Moscow; Latah County Libraries; Disability Services; Americans with Disabilities Act; Disability Action Center; Starbucks; VandalStore; Moscow Police Department; Academic advising; Women’s Center; Soccer; Volleyball; Football; Memorial Gym; Olympics; Gender inequality; NFL; Women's Basketball; Cross-country; Choreography; Dance; University of Idaho Dance program; Fashion; Fall fashion; Fiction literature; Art; Prichard Art Gallery; Tobacco ban
September 9, 2016 Catching the campus: Students learn more about the area and each other through new Pop Culture Games class; JazzFest back to campus: 2017 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival may require classes to be rescheduled; The battle has begun: Applicants compete for remaining four senate seats at ASUI meeting; A sip of a local spot: Bucer’s Coffeehouse and Pub features various aspects of the Moscow Community (p3); A hopeful heritage: Keynote speaker to talk about the transition from ‘Latino/a to Latinx’ (p4); The seeds of a relationshipL UI graduate student conducts research with Nez Perce tribe (p4); No tolerance for intolerance: Anti-bias and bystander intervention workshop open to faculty, staff and students (p5); A season-changer: Idaho volleyball team focuses on Cougar Challenge (p6); Ready for Washington: Idaho prepares to take on nationally ranked Huskies (p6); Not a farmer’s wife: Haylee Mathis has fallen in love with the Palouse and being a Vandal (p7); Gomez goes pro: Idaho alum signs pro running contract (p8); Renting it old school: Physical entertainment shouldn’t go out of style (p9); Apartment decor 101: Apartment decorating can be simple and inexpensive with these tips (p10)
Pokemon Go; Pop Culture Games class; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; ASUI Senate; ASUI elections; Bucer’s Coffeehouse and Pub; City of Moscow; Downtown Moscow; Gender equality; Inclusivity; Nez Perce; Anthropology; Intolerance; Bystander Intervention training; Volleyball; Football; Sun Belt; Big Sky conference; NCAA; University of Washington; PAC-12; Swim and dive; NFL; Men’s Basketball; Soccer; Cross-country; Seattle, Washington; Movie rentals; Media streaming; Apartment decorating; Huey Mack; Enrollment; Student retention; Feral cats; Health and wellness
October 28, 2016 The real dangers of Halloween: The Halloween season brings health and safety risks for UI students; A haunting tradition: Annual Ridenbaugh haunted house deals out scares for a good cause; Informed decisions: Poll indicates lack of knowledge about Idaho universities; Israel is real: UI student travels to Israel to learn, brings conversations back to campus (p3); Fishing for support: ASUI Senate supports granting hunting, fishing and trapping licenses for non-resident students (p4); Learning how to lead: Senior Pat Ingram guides program newcomers (p5); Top three finish: Idaho golf teams start wrapping up fall seasons (p5); Battle for Big Sky: Idaho takes on Idaho State to determine regular season champion (p5); ‘It’s the competition’: Freshman bench player makes season debut (p6); XC ends at home: The Vandals end season at home (p7); A blessing and a curse: One former hospital is famous for its paranormal activity (p8)
Halloween; Trick-or-treat; Safety; Tower Trick-or-Treat; Trick-or-treat in the Dome; Drinking; Alcohol; Ridenbaugh Haunted House; ASUI; Faculty Senate; Israel; Israel bombings; Mocow Police Department; Drug violations; Hunting; Fishing; Trapping; License issuing; Men’s Basketball; Women’s Golf; Golf, Men’s; Soccer; Big Sky conference; Memorial Gym; Idaho State University; Cross-country; St. Ignatius Hospital; Colfax, Washington; Clowns; Idaho Arena; Boise School District
The Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival 2016 About Jazz Fest (p2); Jazz Fest Schedule (p2); Parking restrictions (p2); Moving to the music: The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival hosts a wide array of dance workshops (p3); Fungi meet the festival: Molecular biologists to host ‘What Might Be Living In My Instrument?” workshop (p4); New leadership, same odd jobs: The Night Crew provides volunteers with a quality student experience (p5); Linking music, human rights: Jazz Fest workshop will explore legal foundations as they relate to music worldwide (p6); The different daddies (p7)
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Guest artists; Parking; Workshops; Swing Devils; Moscow Social Club; University of Idaho Marching Band; Sound of Idaho; Instrument care; Business Technology Incubator; The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies