In the News

  • Alumni News & Notes: Jordan Huttash ’12 was profiled in the Idaho Press-Tribune, as the paper chronicled her time spent as a medical scribe before pursuing medical school…John “Keith” Carlton ’76, a beloved Boise High School teacher, has passed away. After earning his master’s degree in education from the C of I, Carlton went on to teach golf, history, and government at Boise High for 40 years.
  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: Men’s Basketball Head Coach Scott Garson enjoyed an emotional win after the birth of his first child…Women’s basketball won its fifth straight game, while senior guard Petra Lumpert earned her second CCC Player of the Week award…The Yotes ski team, kicks off its season with giant slalom races at Tamarack Resort this weekend...The C of I swim team won its meet against Pacific University.
  • Professors out and about: Join C of I English Professor Diane Raptosh as she gives a free reading from her latest poetry book, Human Directional, at 6:30 p.m.Thursday, Jan. 26, at Surel’s Place (212 E 33rd St, Garden City, Idaho 83714). For more information on the event, click here.

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  • Click here for photos of the highest court on the C of I campus—The Mock Supreme Court! Eight students had the chance to portray Supreme Court Justices while real-life attorneys argued cases during this unique winter term class.
  • Explore the wonders of our galaxy as the Whittenberger Planetarium hosts a public show at 7p.m. on Feb. 3 and an evening of storytelling under the stars at 4 and 7 p.m. on Feb. 4. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
  • Caldwell Fine Arts and Missoula Children’s Theatre present Treasure Island, an original adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s epic novel. Local children shine in this classic adaptation of a fairy tale. Kids audition on Monday, and are ready to perform by Friday. Click here for more information on the show and auditioning.

  • Not even the record snowfall can stop the construction of the Cruzen-Murray Library. Click here to check out the latest progress.
  • Want to major in fun this spring, without the homework, tests or grading? Do you want to explore using watercolors or learn how to garden in dry climates? Perhaps you would like to get out in nature for a hike or discover the Idaho night sky. Wherever your interests are, be sure to check out The College of Idaho’s wide selection of community learning classes by clicking here.
  • Recovering a Lost River: Join special guest speaker Steven Hawley from 8:55-11:10 a.m. on Jan. 25 in Strahorn 106 as he argues the best hope for the Snake River lies in dam removal—a solution that pits power companies and federal authorities against a collection of Indian tribes, farmers, fishermen, and river recreationists.

C of I Yote

  • The CCC mascot challenge has kicked off, and the Yote looks to make it three victorious years in a row! Stay tuned to Twitter on Monday, Jan. 23, and #VoteYote as Yotie faces off against Speedy Q from Evergreen for a chance to move on to the semifinals.
  • The College is excited to announce that Mark Heidrich will take on the combined position of Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and College Registrar, which will encompass leadership in the Registrar’s Office and the work of Institutional Research. Heidrich brings experience fulfilling a similar portfolio from his two prior positions, and the College looks forward to his continued good work in both areas.