Alumni and friends of The College of Idaho have once again shown powerful support for the school and its commitment to providing an outstanding liberal arts education that prepares students to thrive. For the 2012 fiscal year, which ended June 30, the College raised more than $5.3 million, enjoyed a sizable increase in alumni fundraising and matched the 36 percent alumni giving record established in 2011.
In today's episode of College of Idaho Insights, two professors discuss the U.S. Supreme Court's recent Obamacare ruling, the justices differing opinions, the ramifications of the ruling and the impact of the decision on this year's presidential election.
The College of Idaho will join the Frontier Conference as a football only member in fall 2014 following a vote of the conference’s Council of Presidents, conference commissioner Kent Paulson announced today, June 27.
In today's episode of College of Idaho Insights, faculty discuss the thinking errors that lead people - including many intelligent people - to make mistakes and the issues surrounding how reason and emotion impact the decision-making of individuals.
By June 30, The College of Idaho looks to set another alumni giving record and achieve the highest giving percentage of any college in the Pacific Northwest. Alumni and friends of the College have until June 30 to make a tax-deductible gift that will count toward the 2011-2012 fiscal year. To make a quick and easy online gift, please visit www.collegeofidaho.edu/makeagift.
The College of Idaho lost one of its most beloved alumni when R.C. Owens passed away June 17. Owens was a pioneering star athlete at the College who went on to NFL fame with the San Francisco 49ers. He was 78 years old.
As native South Americans, College of Idaho juniors Mauricio Santiago and Luis Reyes know firsthand how poverty impacts their homeland. Santiago and Reyes also know of their culture’s deep love of soccer, an affection they plan to use to help impoverished children this summer through their Davis Project for Peace, “Peace Me the Ball.”
College of Idaho writer-at-large and former writing and literature professor John Rember has published a new book of stories entitled "Sudden Death, Over Time," which hit shelves last week. Rember describes the book as a collection of "dark, seductive and broodingly ironic" short stories that emerge from the uncertainty, failing infrastructures and moral ambiguity of our modern time.
Working in outer space is a dream shared by many and realized by a very hard working and fortunate few. This summer, recent College of Idaho graduate Trisha Randazzo '12 is taking a big step toward achieving her ultimate goal.