Argonaut 2018

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March 08, 2018 From Parkland to the Palouse: UI students make their voices heard in the national conversation on gun control; Checking in: Fresh Check Day welcomes students to promote mental health; Paws-itively impactful: Therapy dog organization aims to provide support and services across the Palouse; Bright ideas at UI: Invent Idaho welcomed students from across the state to show off their inventions (p3); Paulette Jordan ready to race: Paulette Jordan discusses guns, education and gender (p3); Changing the cliche: Flute professor released 10th classical album March 1 (p10)
Gun control; Therapy dogs; Young inventors; Paulette Jordan; Flute professor
April 26, 2018 Prepping for the end: The Tutoring and College Success program offers tips on how to prepare for finals; Budding into Idaho: Moscow residents and UI students speak on the legalization of marijuana; Fostering forests: UI’s forest nursery offers unique opportunities to all students; Giving back to U and I:Vandals of the past and present donate back to their school; Hope and help: UI Athletics on board for suicide prevention training (p4); Strong in Spokane: Idaho closes its third meet in Spokane, taking home victories and top-5 finishes (p4); Student-run, student-funded, student-loved: UI’s ballroom dance team to perform at Pullman High School this Saturday (p8)
Marijuana; Forestry- Nursery; Turtle Derby; Foreign study;
October 04, 2018 Shining new lights: UI solicits planning firm to assess campus safety; Three cheers for tiers: UI Homecoming Committee creates tier reward system in hopes of increasing participation; Free food, no questions asked: A partnership set on bringing perishable foods to the UI campus for everyone; Technology and peace: The 2018 Borah Symposium will explore technology’s influence on peace and security (p3); A Landgrove coffee craze: Landgrove coffee brings local and freshly roasted coffee to the Moscow Co-op (p5); Celebrating activism with art: Local artists hired to paint mural in honor of the ACLU of Idaho on Moscow building (p5); French for the evening: Kenworthy Centre hosts 9th annual Palouse French Film Festival (p6)
Homecoming; Borah Symposium; Landgrove coffee; ACLU; French Film Festival
July 18, 2018 A residence for future presidents: It’s slated to be finished this fall, but outgoing president Chuck Staben doesn’t plan to live there; The students’ view, UI’s new president: Students around Moscow voice their opinions on the selection of UI’s future leader; An appetite for knowledge: The Food Science Club is open to lovers of all food (p4); Bridging an architectural gap: UI Architecture BootCamp helps propel architectural education (p7); A summer of sweetness: The UI Arboretum fills with the sound of music during the hot summer months (p8); Something new: Vandal football is on the brink of a new era in the Big Sky Conference (p11)
President's residence; Chuck Staben; Food Science Club; Architecture BootCamp; Music; Arboretum; Football
The Argonaut Best of Moscow 2018 Best of Moscow 2018; A coffee community: One World Cafe is more than a coffee shop to the Palouse (p3); The belle of the bookstores: BookPeople of Moscow offers numerous novels to the community (p4); A dynamic duo in Moscow: The Loft Salon continues business success in downtown Moscow (p5); Take a gamble on Gambino’s: Gambino’s offers sports, food and fun (p5); Take shelter in the Cellar: The Storm Cellar offers a variety of items and an edginess to Moscow (p6); A cooperative effort: The Co-op gives Moscow community members healthy food options (p7); Comfort while away from home: The Breakfast Club offers a unique dining experience (p8); A one-stop learning shop: Open 24 hours a day, the Library offers endless learning opportunities (p9); Location, location, location: Close to campus, the Yacht Club offers a spot for students to live (p10); Vandals coming home: Homecoming brings together Vandals (p11)
The best of everything in Moscow
In Cue 2018 From the station to the manager…: We asked our Alumni to tell us about their time at KUOI; Finding my Element: Tru Williams-Pierone (p2); DJ Picks (p3)
Music; KUOI
October 11, 2018 Chapters suspended: Three Greek houses are restricted from all activities; 120 years of independence: Past editor-in-chiefs reflect on time spent at The Argonaut in celebration of the 120th anniversary; Survey seeks feedback: VandalSync surveying menstrual hygiene bill; Generation Action to continue outreach: Generation Action plans more events to educate and support students; Freshman sets campus aflame: This Argonaut article from 1956 recounts a fire set by a student who wrote the story covering it (p3); Celebrating the Indigenous: Moscow’s second Indigenous People Day event sees multiple tribes telling stories (p3);Slaying the Vandal stage: UI hosts first on-campus drag show Friday night (p5); Rolling through history: Historical churches, cemeteries seen on Latah County bus tour Saturday (p5); Celebrating a proud Palouse: The UI LGBTQA Center welcomes students to their Coming Out Day rally and carnival (p6); Folk music, bratwurst and potato salad: Lutheran Campus Ministry hosts fifth annual OKtoberfest, celebrating more than just beer (p7);Bringing it home: Mark Hilinski talked of mental health with the Idaho football team (p8)
Greek life; Archives; History; 120th year; Indigenous People Day; Drag show; Coming Out Day; Oktoberfest; Mental health
September 20, 2018 The Big Sky beginnings: It is finally time for Idaho’s anticipated return to the Big Sky; A legacy etched in stone: UI honors grad student murdered by ex-professor every September; “Keep shining”: Community remembers UI student, supports friends and family; Hearing every voice: GSA promotes inclusion, supports LGBTQA students at UI (p5); Serving it up Vandal style: Cooking courses teach students practical skills, healthy recipes (p5); Salsa the night away: One World Cafe hosts themed dance night for all community members Friday (p6)
Football; Remembrance; Death; GSA; LGBTQA; Salsa night
January 25, 2018 Marching forward: Moscow community members reflect on women’s rights one year after the historic Women’s March; Ignored epidemic: Christian Center hosts lectures on sex traffficking; ‘The world is the best education’: UI students gather in the Idaho Commons to learn about study abroad opportunities; New juice on the Palouse: A new door opens in downtown Moscow and offers a healthy alternative (p3); Shedding light on local #MeToo stories: Denise Bennett documents local stories in a short film (p8); Giving musicians a sound to strive for: World-class string ensemble to visit UI January 24-28 (p8); Reliving the disco era: Vandal Entertainment hosts Roller Rink Bash with glow sticks, games and roller skates (p9)
Women’s March; Sex trafficking; Study abroad; Palouse juice; #MeToo; Music; Disco
February 15, 2018 History for all: Black History Month celebrates the notable, and sometimes forgotten, contributions of the black community; Put it in park: Examining UI’s current lack of parking spaces; Coffee and community: Brandy Sullivan looks to make an impact in Moscow through City Community; Blending the past and present: Colson Whitehead speaks to UI during Black History Month (p3); Unhappy satisfaction: Some good, some bad, all entertainment at the Olympics (p6); Bridging a cultural gap: Office of Multicultural Affairs presents Shades of Black show (p7); World music in Moscow: World Music Celebration brings guest artists to UI (p7); Pieces of Nepal united: Annual Taste of Nepal unifies UI through geography (p8)
Black History Month; Olympics; World Music Celebration; Taste of Nepal
August 17, 2018 Spear terminated by SBOE; festivities for the future: The annual Palousafest event will bring more than 200 organizations to help students find their place on campus and in the community: The next generation of Vandals begin New Student Orientation; String of car burglaries, theft on UI campus (p4); A country concert kickoff: Rodney Atkins to perform Monday in back to school concert at UI (p6); Here we go again: The “Mamma Mia!” sequel checks off all the charm and quirk boxes, lacks substance from first film (p6); Fall video game preview: A list of games that should be on any gamer’s radar (p10); A Vandal turned ninja warrior: UI senior discusses experience on American Ninja Warrior, episode aired July 9 (p12)
Palousafest; Theft; Rodney Atkins concert; Mamma Mia; Video games; American Ninja Warrior
December 06, 2018 Growing a family business: The Brusvens find the holiday spirit by providing trees for Palouse families; Vandalism in Admin (p4); Movies, massages and more: De-Stress Fest offers a week of activities aimed at helping students combat stress (p5); Free health resource for UI: Vandal Health Education receives grant to maintain program monitoring controlled substance use by students (p7); ‘Toys in the front, drugs out the back’: Hodgins Drug and Hobby store still finds success after more than 120 years in business (p8); Finding solutions in pursuit of justice: Annual art and essay contest organized by Unbuntu Committee honors MLK (p11)
Vandalism; Holiday spirit; Hodgins Drug and Hobby store; MLK; Art and essay contest
October 18, 2018 Former Idaho athlete sues university: Mairin Jameson seeks compensation for damages from his mishandled assault case; Search committee to visit campus: UI presidential search committee to visit campus early next week; A guide to Vandal pride: Everything you need to know about Homecoming 2018; University remembers the life of Ron Richard: Instructor, colleague and community member Ron Richard died over the weekend at his home; Field trip turned rescue mission: UI professor’s paleontology class assists injured hiker on field trip (p5); A blooming new generation: Little Shop of Florals carries on the decades-long I Mum tradition (p7); Halloween comes early to Moscow: Puzzle IQ owner breaks down escape room experience (p9); Home-style Chinese: Local chinese food club provides meal demonstration (p10)
Homecoming; Ron Richard; Flower shop; Mums; Escape room
February 01, 2018 What a rush: Taking a peek at some differences in rush seasons; Global cruising: Cruise the World event brings global cultures together in Moscow; Hooked on a fee-ling: Student Fees Committee discusses increased department funding; A climb for the cause: Local climbers chalk-up for climate change (p6); Understanding drag queen culture: A father seeks to reconnect with his estranged son (p8); Auditorium Chamber Music Series welcomes Ying Quartet: The Ying String Quartet performed as part of the 2018 ACMS (p10)
Cruise the World; Rock climbing; Climate change; Drag queen; The Ying String Quartet
November 15, 2018 Record turnout: Latah County midterm voter turnout reaches presidential election year mark; Buzzing to campus: New on-campus facilities allow researchers to study malaria in mosquitoes without leaving town; Board looks to place new president: State Board expects to name UI president by March or February; Campus conversations to focus on hate crimes: The university community will tackle the serious topic Dec. 6 in the Idaho Commons (p4); ‘Where everyone is welcome’: BookPeople of Moscow celebrates 45th year as a literary staple among Moscow community (p5); Remembering Marvel’s hero: While Marvel giant Stan Lee is gone, his legacy lives on in his heroic characters (p6)
Malaria study; Hate crimes; Bookpeople; Stan Lee
June 06, 2018 Horoscopes (p3); Weather has its effects: Pitman Center will undergo exterior repairs to fix damaged and dangerous roof and wall tile (p4); Back to (anything) but the basics: The top three novels to read this summer (p8)
Horoscopes; Pitman Center; Books
November 01, 2018 Your choice Nov. 6: A comprehensive guide to Idaho’s 2018 midterm election candidates; Students for Life: ‘We believe in human dignity’: UI pro-life club pins socks to backpacks to protest abortion (p4); ‘We’re always here to help musicians’: Moscow’s Keeny Bros. Music Center celebrates 40 years of bringing music to the Palouse (p6); Foregin concepts at the Kenworthy: Moscow Community Theatre presents “The Foreigner” production, opening Nov. 4 (p8); Celebration and education: African Student Association to host annual African Night event Sunday (p9)
Voting; Pro-life; Movies; Music; Africa Night
April 12, 2018 Palouse parking perils: UI proposes parking changes for the upcoming school year; Skinner-Vazquez win by 39 votes: Skinner-Vaquez elected ASUI president and vice president; Budget bogey: Faculty Senate discussed the possible elimination of sports; From Moscow to Saturn’s moons: UI astronomer wants to send a drone to Saturn’s moon (p4); Don’t eat the popcorn: ‘A Quiet Place’ is visually stunning and extremely thrilling (p7); Balancing education and recreation: Vandal Overnight Games provided different activities for everyone (p8); Blast from the past (p12)
Parking; Astronomy; Movies; History
October 25, 2018 A haunting in Room 225: There’s more than offices and classrooms in UI’s Ridenbaugh Hall; Roots in Moscow: As the the Moscow Farmers Market comes to a close, local vendors reflect on the past season; A panic at the polls: Community members mull lack of campus polling location; Committee seeking presidential input; Aluminum takes new life: Moscow artist opens new exhibit at the Prichard Art Gallery (p5); ‘A reflection of who people are’: Dance program focuses o interdisciplinary collaboration for fall performance (p5); Swingin into the Halloween season: Swing Devils of the Palouse to host annual Halloween dance Thursday in Moscow Lodge (p6)
Halloween; Ghosts; Voting; Prichard Art Gallery; Swing Devil
May 03, 2018 The makers of change: This year highlighted students’ ability to speak up and make change; Feeling the final festivities: 6LACK and Yodi Mac perform during Finals Fest 2018; A voice for students with disabilities: Aubrey Shaw overcame adversity from a young age (p3); Falling for Idaho: Russell Jackson quickly fell in love with the university he now calls home (p4); Kombucha on the rocks: UI instructor pairs her love of geology and kombucha (p6); Scientific faith (p7); Expressing safety: Local drag performers reflect on the impact Moscow’s drag culture creates around the LGBTQA community (p11); The Disney directive: Walt Disney Studios continues to strengthen its iron grip on film (p12); In their blood: For a few Idaho football players, the game runs in their blood (p17); A lesson from the elders: Past and present Vandals meet on the court for Idaho’s annual alumni volleyball game (p22)
Making a difference; Finals Fest; Aubrey Shaw; Russell Jackson; LGBTQA; Walt Disney Studios; Football; Volleyball
March 29, 2018 6LACK to headline Finals Fest: Vandal Entertainment brings moody hip-hop to campus; ‘Inaction is no longer an option’: Hundreds of protestors march through Moscow as a part of March for Our Lives; Students all for Rob Spear’s removal: UI students and ASUI senators discuss removing Rob spear from UI; Outdoor advantages: Vandals dominate in outdoor season opener (p5); The search for solitude: The Confucius Institute hosted China on the Palouse speaker (p8); Lighting up the show: The Sound of Idaho and Computer Science Department team up to put on a show (p10)
Finals Fest; March of Our Lives; Outdoor sports; The Confucius Institute; Light show
January 18, 2018 A loss in the Palouse family: Cougar quarterback Tyler Hilinski was discovered dead in his Pullman apartment Tuesday afternoon; Overseeing education: Otter to consolidate Idaho higher education; Commemorating the legacy: Ubuntu organizes contest to commemorate MLK; Renovations kick off the new year: The UI library gets ready to renovate the second floor (p3); Moratorium on Greek Row: Greek community self-imposes moratorium (p4); Vandals off to PyeongChang: Former Idaho track and field athlete set to compete in the bobsled event South Korea (p6); A blast from Vandal past: Start the new year with a look at the past - a photo essay (p8); Five strings, six suites: Cellist plays rare five-string cello for Idaho Bach Festival (p10); Jaded cops: Shining a light on why “Bright” was poorly received (p11)
Tyler Hilinski; Suicide; MLK; Library; Bobsledding; Idaho Bach Festival
June 20, 2018 Star sighting in Moscow: A famous actress Drew Barrymore made a surprise appearance on the Palouse (p4); A new perspective: Chris Carlson brings new art to downtown Moscow (p8); Moscow summer eats: The best places to eat outside in downtown this summer (p9)
Drew Barrymore; Art; Summer eats
November 08, 2018 Nelson beats out Foreman: David Nelson unseats Sen. Dan Foreman by more than 2,000 votes; A party at the polls: ASUI and Center of Volunteerism and Social Action team up to host Party to the Polls; Moving forward: After spending over a year on the campaign trail, Joran looks ahead; Farewell to Dads’ Weekend: UI’s Dads’ weekend will undergo a name change in 2019 (p3); Bulk contraceptives now available: Vandal Health offering new methods of attaining condoms (p4); Celebrating America’s oldest cultures: Native American Heritage Month highlights UI diversity (p5)
Voting; Dad’s Weekend; Condoms; Native American Heritage month
March 22, 2018 Down in the canyon: A trek through the Utah wilderness offered once-in-a-lifetime experience for UI students; SAE fraternity shut down: Sigma Alpha Epsilon members return to UI and find new homes after being disbanded over spring break; On the right trail: UI students take part in protecting the Oregon environment (p4); A world of difference: Mohamed Hassan traveled all the way from Egypt to attend the University of Idaho (p6); ‘A living theater’: Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre continues to grow, impact the lives of community members (p7); Idaho alumna in the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships (p13)
Utah wilderness; Greek life; Protecting the environment; International students; Kenworthy; IAAF
August 30, 2018 A presidential search: UI Faculty Federation pushes for larger role in presidential search; ‘Giving a voice’ to students: ASUI responsible for bridging gap between administrators, undergraduates; Reclaim Idaho visits Moscow: Reclaim Idaho stops by Moscow to campaign for Medicaid expansion; Moscow police arrest man accused of brandishing handgun (p4); An 11-year-old welcome: Woman discusses impact of Paint the Palouse after her home was repainted (p5); Images and our identities: Artist couple explores diversity through altered images (p6); In love with dance: UI Dance Program brings guest artist for campus, community collaboration (p7); Set up in the sun: Volleyball’s first trip of the year is at Pepperdine University and CSU Northridge (p10)
Handguns; Crime; Paint the Palouse; Dance program; Volleyball
May 23, 2018 An X-Force to be reckoned with: After “Deadpool 2’s” success, there’s no need to turn back time (p7); Striking a brand new tone: Advertisers must stop reinforcing gender stereotypes and instead focus on inclusivity (p10)
Deadpool; Gender stereotypes
November 29, 2018 UI Greek members danced naked, records show; (U)I gotcha: Looks like there’s no backpedaling from a UI bike share program; Just keep spinning: UI welcomes first Vandal Winter Guard, focus on building program; Through the fire and the flames: A UI-based team found evidence microbes can survive fire (p3); Mapping the storytelling process: New York Times graphics editor Dereck Watkins will visit UI Thursday (p3); Pantry hosts drive: A campus-wide food drive aims to combat food insecurity (p4); ‘You’re a shape and you can dance’: Women discuss their journey of empowerment, self-love gained through belly dancing (p5); An ode to 2018: Idaho volleyball came within one game of a dream season (p7)
Greek life; Winter guard; Fire; Food drive; Self-love; Volleyball
July 02, 2018 Hilinski’s autopsy shows signs of CTE: The late Cougar quarterback’s autopsy revealed a serious case of brain trauma (p3); Movies made for America: The must-watch movies during the week of the Fourth of July (p10); The cost of freedom: The shooting at the Capital Gazette was not just attack on the press, but democracy (p10)
Autopsy; Movies; Shooting
September 06, 2018 Outlining the future: Staben projects positive last year at faculty meeting; Student-first mentality: Hassel Morrison departs UI after three years of engaging and encouraging students; Take it into the sunshine: The Outdoor Program makes it easy for students to go outside; Who’s behind the curtain” The UI Student Alumni Relations Board hosts open house to inform, recruit new members (p3); A tale of two passions: UI first-year students discuss participation in university orchestra, balancing coursework (p6); Marvelous anticipation: Spider-Man games sure to tingle your senses this coming fall (p8); Overseas success, Idaho goes global: Vandal basketball goes international (p9)
Chuck Staben; UI Student Alumni Relations; Music; Spider-Man video game; Basketball
February 08, 2018 A millennial voice in Moscow: Anne Zabala aims to tackle Moscow City Council with a fresh perspective; It’s who you know: UI Career Fair prepares students for success; Grading Idaho’s Greek: Taking a look at UI’s new structure for Greek life; The WUE wait is over: WUE scholarships will now be offered to 16 states (p3); Back to Washington: A look back at the Idaho Duals and a jump ahead to the UW Open (p6); A celebration of culture: UI School of Music to host annual World Music Celebration (p8); A little courage and heart goes a long way: A review of a classic love story with a spin (p8); Celebrating science on the Palouse: Darwin on the Palouse combines science and music (p10)
Anne Zabala; Career Fair; Greek life; WUE scholarships; World Music Celebration
February 22, 2018 An unplanned altercation: Student lobbyist run into an altercation with Sen. Dan Foreman at Idaho State Capitol; Involving everyone: Kathryn Bonzo aims to involve all community members in city council; Showing off the sheep: UI Sheep Center begins lambing season with more than 100 new lambs; The new discussion on DACA: UI College of Law hosts a discussion about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals; Branded Vandal, Idaho and Nike: A look into the contract supporting Idaho athletics top brand (p5); No rest for Jazz Fest: Jazz musicians prepare for Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival (p8); A collision of art and science: United States wildfire photography featured in Prichard Art Gallery’s latest exhibit (p8); Safe sex is the sexiest kind: Campus departments offer information and resources for safer sex (p9)
Senator Dan Foreman; UI Sheep Center; Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Sex
March 01, 2018 Festivities for the founder: Doc Skinner recounts his friendship with Jazz Fest legend Lionel Hampton; UI gun policy under fire: A closer look at UI’s firearm policy; A fresh look at old practices: Researchers make DNA extraction from snail shells less sluggish (p3); It starts in the heart: UI hosts a discussion on unhealthy masculinity and its dangers to society (p4); UI professor, performer, person: UI piano professor tries to live a balanced life while teaching, performing, traveling and recruiting (p8); Who done it?: Murder Inc. Club dedicates time to murder mystery roleplaying (p8)
Lionel Hampton; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Firearm policy; Unhealthy masculinity; Murder Inc. Club
September 13, 2018 Learning about life and culture: UI students experienced brand new cultures and experienced challenges returning home; UI student missing: Last seen in Moscow area Aug. 25; Honorable changes: UI honors program hopes to rebrand graduate students; Queer students of color talk culture, community issues (p3); Hungry for reform: Tenzin Nyima started a personal protest against Vandal Meats (p4); From tour to table: Local farmers give tours to community members as part of the Eat Local Month program (p5); The message within: Vandal Health Education hosts free Mental Health Film Series monthly on campus (p5); A place to call home: Native American Student Center helps students succeed at UI (p6); A glimpse into the future: How artist Mac miller’s early album cried for help before his 2018 death (p7); Turnaround victory: Idaho football packed a punch against the Mustangs Saturday (p9)
Experiencing cultures; Missing student; LGBTQA; Hunger strike; Eat Local Month; Mac Miller; Football
September 27, 2018 Staben projects enrollment decrease: At final State of the University, UI President Chuck Staben announced a projected decrease in enrollment; Loved ones remember Katherine Groggett: Family and friends reflect on and celebrate life of deceased UI student, Katherine Groggett; Taking back the night: UI multicultural sorority leads annual march raising awareness of interpersonal violence (p4); Synthesizing the Palouse: Synthfest gives the community a chance to create (p5); Revisiting Bangladeshi culture: BASS organization invites UI students to experience Bangaldeshi culture (p5)
Enrollment; Katherine Groggett; Greek life; Take Back the Night; Synthfest; Bangaldeshi culture
August 23, 2018 Price of parking: Parking unit introduces a new, more expensive Orange permit; Painting the Palouse: Service project to hit 29-year mark this weekend; Student Health Center moves off campus: Feeling the pains of a physician shortage UI Student Health Center is now at Moscow Family Medicine; First-gen obstacles: First-generation students face unique challenges on college campuses (p3); “Caught up in the country”: Thousands show for Monday night Rodney Atkins concert to kick off UI’s fall semester (p5); A touch of interactivity: A different way to keep busy when staying inside (p6)
Parking; Student Health Center; First generation; Rodney Atkins; Video games
April 05, 2018 Four decades of devotion: Taking an in-depth look at Moscow City Council member Art Bettge; ASUI, Spear, step down: ASUI voted 10-5, calling on Rob Spear to resign; Presidential candidates reprimanded: Nicole Skinner and Carlos Vasquez found violating ASUI campaign rules; Party on the Palouse: Moscow community prepares for Vandal Overnight Games (p9); Celebrating sustainability: Sustainability Center hosts annual month-long celebration (p9)
Art Bettge; City Council; Vandal Overnight Games; Sustainability Center
The Argonaut 2018 Housing Guide 2018 Housing Guide; UI housing options 2018-2019 (p2); Towering above the rest: The Theophilus Tower offers new experiences for incoming first-year students (p3); To Greek or not to Greek: While the decision to join Greek life can be hard, the experience pays off in the end (p4); The UI housing crisis: On-campus housing rates force students to live off-campus after their first year (p5); Building bridges in Wallace: The Wallace Residence Center welcomes any and all Vandals (p9); Home sweet apartment: How to make your apartment a home (p10)
Housing Guide