2010. 04. 23.
College Hosts National History Day in Idaho
The College of Idaho hosted the 26th annual National History Day in Idaho on April 16. Over 275 students from across Idaho attended. C of I alumnus and history department instructor Dori Johnson gave the keynote address at the awards ceremony, and the College awarded scholarships to the top senior-level competitors. More...
From Kazakhstan to the College of Idaho
College of Idaho Davis Scholar Kymbat Berkaliyeva is featured in this month's SOS Children's Villages newsletter from Almaty, Kazakhstan. SOS Children's Villages, an international children's charity, features Kymbat's recent return trip to Almaty to visit her SOS family and her volunteer work for Special Olympics. Read the article.
Yotes Men's Lacrosse Makes Playoffs
The College of Idaho men's lacrosse team, part of the Pacific Northwest Collegiate Lacrosse League (PNCLL), beat Willamette on April 11 to qualify for their first-ever playoffs in the team's history. The Yotes will stand off against Whitman on April 24, having narrowly lost to the Missionaries during the season. More...
College String Quartet Places Second in Competition
The College of Idaho string quartet won second place in a competition judged by the Enos Quartet from New York on April 17. The C of I musicians performed the first movement of Beethoven's Quartet Opus 18 No. 1 and Ravel's String Quartet. Members of the quartet are: Geoffrey Hill (first violin), Lisa Stempe (second violin), Aurora Torres (viola), and Dayne Filer (cello).
Lectures in May
The College will host a series of lectures in the month of May, including the annual Liberal Arts Lecture by President Marv Henberg and the first installment of the Howard Berger Lecture Series by visiting scholar Rabbi Dr. Richard Freund.More...
Faculty and Staff Accomplishments
College of Idaho faculty and staff had a host of accomplishments this spring, including grant awards, conference papers, travel abroad, and even a graduation.More...
Spring and Summer 2010