Alumni News & Notes: C of I alumna Anne Marie Emery ’04 is the executive director of the Bighorn River Alliance, a group devoted to protecting the Montana river and its access. Emery recently organized a day of fly-fishing on the Bighorn River for a group of seven Crow Indian students, who learned how to fish with a Tenkara fly rod alongside Yvon Chouinard, a fishing expert and co-founder of Patagonia Outerwear. The Billings Gazette chronicled the students’ day on the river, including photo and video coverage.
Coyote Athletics Roundup: Volleyball players Brenna Meehan, Kilee Lopez, and Jayde Folsom swept CCC Player of the Week honors for their performances from Aug. 22-28…The atmosphere was electric as C of I football opened the 2016 season. Fighting hard, the Yotes fell to Montana Western 26-13…Women’s soccer won its home opener in overtime…Cross-country won the Tailgate Classic over Montana Western…Golf swept NNU in its season opener.
Students returned to school across the valley this month, and it was no different at the C of I. Check out this Idaho Press-Tribune story highlighting the start of the academic year for college students.
The new C of I marching band is making headlines after performing for the first time during the Yotes football game last Saturday, as covered by the Idaho Press-Tribune. Click here to view photos of the band.
New C of I Outdoor Program Director Genny Gerke '08 was featured in the Idaho Press-Tribune. She recently was hired as the College's first full-time OP director.
The College made headlines by being named to the Princeton Review’s ‘Best 381 Colleges’ list this month. The C of I scored high marks for campus life and professors were found to be interesting, accessible and “passionate about what they teach.”
Homecoming 2016 will be here before you know it! Make sure to register today and take advantage of early-bird deals! See you back on campus from Oct. 6-9. To register, click here, or call 459-5301.
New C of I swimming coach Jim Everett was featured in Greenbelt Magazine. After being CEO of the Treasure Valley YMCA for nearly 30 years, Everett will bring his same leadership skills to the C of I pool as a life coach for his student-athletes.
The College of Idaho is pleased to announce the 32nd Annual Coyote Open golf tournament will be held Friday, Sept. 30, at Falcon Crest Golf Course. Formed in 1985, the Coyote Open annually features nearly 200 golfers and more than 100 sponsors. Funds raised from this event help offset the cost of athletic scholarships at the College. To register, click here.