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The Logan County Herald
LCU promotes Dr. Mariana Hwang
Dr. Hwang has been a guest lecturer around the world - including the countries of Brazil, Korea, China, Australia, as well as California and Texas - on the topic of spiritual formation in children and families.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Idaho universities begin preparations for guns on campus
Now public colleges and universities throughout the state are trying to figure out what they need to do to be prepared for when the law goes into effect.
The Greenville News
Fine Arts Center's Roy Fluhrer honored for support of the arts
Dr. Roy Fluhrer was born into the world of theater. As a baby, he slept in a theater trunk while his parents performed with the Hallie Flannagan Federal Theater Project.
Hess wins writing award
Jason Hess received second-place honors in the 2014 Rose Post Creative Non-Fiction Competition, sponsored by the North Carolina Writers' Network, the group announced Wednesday .
Scholarly Communications Librarian at University of Idaho Library
This position will serve as point of contact for scholarly publication at the university, with particular focus on academic library copyright issues, open access, and author rights.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Northwest Design Award Winners Announced
The Seattle Design Center named winners of its 15th annual Northwest Design Awards at a gala on March 6. Using an anonymous process, a panel of regional industry experts judged submissions from designers, architects, and students based on proportion, composition, use of space, materials, and appropriateness of the design.
After hazing-related deaths, fraternity eliminates tradition of pledging
After a string of injuries and deaths at its fraternity houses, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the largest fraternities in the country, said it would no longer permit "pledging" as part of its initiation process for undergraduates seeking to join the organization, and would instead offer new brothers full membership within days of inviting them to ... (more)
Inventive young students had a chance to take home 'Invent Idaho' state title
Every year, young inventors from across the state head to the University of Idaho campus to show off their most creative ideas.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Guns on Campus dialogue continues with local law enforcement
A white flag has yet to be raised in the battle over guns on campus. KLEW News previously spoke to administrators from LCSC as well as the University of Idaho about their opposition to the bill and now we learn educators aren't the only ones against it.
U of I offers free tax preparation services for low income households
Law students and accountants at the University of Idaho are holding tax-preparation workshops to file tax returns for low-income clients, for free! Singles with an income of less than $30,000 a year, and families making less than $50,000 a year can get their taxes done for free at the U of I Law School.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
New national forest district rangers announced
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest supervisor Dave Whittekiend has announced the selection of rangers for the Ogden and Pleasant Grove districts.
Jeers For Income Tax Cut Vote
In his weekly Cheers & Jeers column, Opinion Writer Marty Trillhaase of the Lewiston Tribune gives Jeers to to House Republicans who backed GOP floor leader Mike Moyle's plan to slice another $126 million from Idaho income taxes: Moyle's scheme cleared the House on a 55-13 margin.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Journal of the San Juans
Sweet sound of success; Friday Harbor students honored at Lionel Hampton Jazz Fest
From left; Friday Harbor High School's Guthrie Burnett-Tison, Grace Willows and Nelson Wynn, 'Noteworthy Recognition' winners at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, a 4-day juried event at the University of Idaho featuring band students from 130 schools.
Higher ed budget has 6.6% increase, matches governor's recommendation
Legislative budget writers this morning have set a budget for the state's four-year colleges and universities that matches the governor's recommendation for a 6.6 percent increase in state general funds, though it's slightly higher, at 7 percent, in total funds; Gov. Butch Otter's recommended total-funds increase was 6.4 percent.
U of C Jazz Orchestra brings home awards
Seven musicians from the University of Calgary Jazz Orchestra and Chamber Jazz Ensemble won 10 outstanding individual achievement awards at the Elmhurst College Jazz Festival in Chicago last month.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
New UI president to focus on enrollment
New University of Idaho President Chuck Staben has only been on the job for four days, and his initial focus is on boosting this fall's enrollment.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Do you see a pattern?
Once again high officials in the administration of Idaho Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter have been caught misrepresenting "facts" and manipulating data in order to present a less than honest picture to the people of Idaho.
Business beat - Sun, 02 Mar 2014 PST
Spokane Teachers Credit Union has promoted Richard Breitenberg to director of facilities and support services.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Burnett Steps Down As Interim Prez
Don Burnett's passion for collaboration did not go unnoticed during his brief tenure as the University of Idaho's interim president.
Concealed carry? Open carry? The legal ins and outs of SB 1284...
Near the end of this morning's portion of the guns-on-campus hearing, Rep. Gayle Batt, R-Wilder, asked Deputy Attorney General Brian Kane to respond to a question, and asked him if SB 1254 would allow open carrying of firearms on Idaho public college campuses.