In the News

  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: Men's Basketball was picked to win the Cascade Conference in the preseason coaches’ poll… Football hosted its Homecoming game. Though the Yotes lost to Carroll 28-25, Marcus Lenhardt broke R.C. Owens' school record for career receptions…Women’s soccer picked up a 3-0 win over Northwest Christian…Volleyball was named CCC Team of the Week after beating No. 6 EOU and No. 24 Northwest. The Yotes also took home all three Player of the Week honors…Women’s golf finished third at the Walla Walla Invitational, led by Natalie Mullins who was named the CCC Player of the Week.
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  • The College of Idaho Marching Yotes were featured in the Idaho Statesman. The band, in its first year, has performed prolific halftime shows and added to the energy of Simplot Stadium during home football games.
  • Explore the wonders of our galaxy as the Whittenberger Planetarium hosts its fall public shows at 7 p.m. on Oct. 28 and Nov. 4 inside Boone Science Hall on the C of I campus in Caldwell. For more information, click here.

  • Check out this new video about C of I Campus Ministries, which collaborates with the Department of Religious Studies to coordinate spiritual, educational and pastoral resources for students, faculty and staff to grow as whole people, independent of religious tradition or experience.

  • The College of Idaho Environmental Studies program co-sponsored the lecture “Why Save Farmland?” presented by the Treasure Valley Food Coalition on Oct. 11. As cities continue to grow and develop in the Valley, the coalition is asking where farmland preservation fits in.
  • Bluegrass group Molly in the Mineshaft visited campus as part of the Caldwell Fine Arts season. The group performed a fun concert of traditional favorites from around the world combined with roots-inspired original compositions.

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  • Volleyball team captain Randi Sturtz was featured in the Idaho Press-Tribune. The senior, who is actively involved on campus, has helped the Yotes win several critical matches in recent weeks as they chase a fifth-straight Cascade Conference title. Click here for more volleyball photos.
  • The College received a “Cheer” in the Idaho Press-Tribune this week: “A huge Go Purple cheer to College of Idaho Athletic Director Reagan Rossi, Associate Director Marty Holly, Sports Information Director Mike Safford, Alumni Director Sally Skinner, ASCI directors, and all the Yote Alumni for an incredible Homecoming week. Tours of the campus, downtown gatherings, tailgate parties, alumni softball game, and topped off by an exciting, down to the last second finish football game. What a week. Yote Nation Be Proud!”

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  • Idaho Statesman fishing columnist Jordan Rodriguez recently offered a fishing class, “Stop Fishing, Start Catching,” for Community Learning at the C of I. As chronicled in his column, the class was a success and fun was had by all, including C of I student Elyse Burandt, who caught her first-ever fish! Check out autumn Community Learning classes here.