In the News

  • Alumni News & Notes: Kirk Houston ‘06 joined Holland & Hart’s Boise office. Houston handles bankruptcy and commercial litigation. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from The College of Idaho, Houston went on to earn his law degree from the University of Idaho...T.J. Gordon ’16 signed to play football with the Dodge City Law of the Champions Professional Indoor Football League. Gordon passed for 4,109 yards and 21 touchdowns in his two years as the Yotes' starting quarterback. The Law are based in Dodge City, Kansas. They’re one of 14 teams from the Midwest and Texas that are part of the CPIFL.

  • Coyote student-athletes got involved in the local community, helping serve a Thanksgiving dinner to guests of the Boise Rescue Mission. Read the full story in the Idaho Press-Tribune.

Holiday Tree Lighting

  • The Boise Weekly featured C of I students and staff in a story about student-athletes and international students who don’t get to go home for the holidays. That homesickness is curbed through generous YoteFams that open their homes to students for Thanksgiving.
  • Women’s cross-country runner Lila Klopfenstein has battled a fractured tibia her last two seasons running. Read how and why she decided to come back for her senior season and lead the Yotes to another NAIA Nationals birth, as showcased in the Idaho Press-Tribune.

Award Winner

  • Congratulations to Irvin Brown, the latest recipient of the C of I Student Affairs Integrity, Leadership and Service Award! Brown, a sophomore Davis Scholar from the Bahamas, is an active leader who routinely serves as a mentor to his peers and finds great joy in helping build an inclusive community on campus.
  • With the conclusion of another great Yotes football season, local resident Jeffrey Jensen reflects on the great atmosphere inside Simplot Stadium for the Idaho Press-Tribune opinion section.

_Yote Gear Campus Shoot 20

  • Don't know what to gifts to give this holiday season? The C of I College Store has you covered with all items in the store 15-30 percent off through Dec. 14!
  • A group of eight Yotes recently went to the 25th Annual Murdock College Science Research Conference and showcased research from various scientific fields. The trip was featured in the Idaho Press-Tribune and the Idaho Business Review.
  • Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History Director Dr. Bill Clark helped provide aquatic leech specimens for biology researcher Peter Hovingh. The specimens substantially aided Hovingh in writing his new book “A Natural History Study of Leech (Annelida: Clitellatda: Hirudinida) Distributions in Western North America North of Mexico.”

  • It’s not too late to get your 2016-17 season tickets for another exciting year of Yotes Basketball! Click here to view season and single-game ticket information. Go Yotes!