Wed, Mar 29, 2017
- Campus was honored to have Idaho Governor and C of I alumnus Butch Otter '67 visit this week! Gov. Otter toured the Cruzen-Murray Library site and spoke to the C of I Young Republicans club. Click here to check out photos from his visit!
- Coyote Athletics Roundup: The C of I lacrosse team is getting national attention! After defeating ranked UC Santa Cruz and Southern Oregon last weekend, the Yotes are now 7-0 and ranked No. 16 in the nation. Coach Matt Gier talked about his team’s success as guest on Trey Lanthier’s national CrosseFire podcast...Football is gearing up for the 2017 Go Purple Steak Feed, happening April 29 at O'Connor Fieldhouse. Be sure to buy your tickets!…Women’s soccer announced its 2017 recruiting class…Women’s golf enjoyed its best round of the season, paced by individual runner-up Natalie Mullins.
- The total solar eclipse set to take place August 21 (the first in 99 years!) is generating a lot of buzz, and C of I Professor Jim Dull gave his perspective on the event in a recent Boise Weekly article. The eclipse also will be a topic of conversation at the Whittenberger Planetarium public show on April 7!
- The Rosenthal Art Gallery exhibition “PLAY” has received coverage from several local media outlets, including the Idaho Press-Tribune. The interactive exhibit, which features the art of Professors Glen Granzow and Alice Vinson, is on display through April 12. Click here to check out photos from the exhibition.
- We had a great time at our recent Coyote Connections Live event, where students got a chance to network and explore career opportunities with alumni. Click here to check out more photos from Coyote Connections!
- Professors Out and About: Professor Scott Knickerbocker will play live music April 14 at the Bird Stop in Caldwell. Click here for more info on the free, all-ages show… Professor Dali Islam recently had an article published in Pedagogy, a highly ranked blind-review journal published by Duke University Press that focuses on theories, praxis, and debate surrounding teaching in English studies. In the article, titled “Loosening Our Tongues: Toward a Critical Race Practice in Fiction Writing Workshops,” Islam explores the absence of radical nonwhite voices in creative writing faculty, curriculum, pedagogy, and praxis, and how this absence echoes across and pervades American academia, mainstream popular culture and literature.
- C of I’s hire of new Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty David Douglass received coverage in several regional media outlets, including the Idaho Business Review.
- Join us April 7 for the second annual Yotes Night Out in Boise! This event will sell out, so click here get your tickets now! Tickets are $25 for alumni and friends—or $20 for graduates of the last decade. We can’t wait to see you at the Holland & Hart Building in beautiful Downtown Boise!
- C of I alumni Nia Stevens '11 and Warren Stevens '16 recently were featured in the Idaho County Free Press. The article focuses on the couple's tutoring business, Prodigy Private Instruction, which is expanding the Grangeville, Idaho, this year.