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C of I campus closed on Wednesday, January 4

The College of Idaho has cancelled classes and closed campus operations for Wednesday, Jan. 4, because of current and forecasted inclement weather conditions. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to stay home and avoid driving on the snowy roads.

Staff with essential snow day functions such as maintenance and Campus Safety should check with their supervisors about work schedules. If you do have to come to campus, please take extra time and exercise the utmost caution. The safety of the campus community is the College's top priority.

C of I student comes to aid of choking man

Walking up to the Reel Theatre in Nampa, College of Idaho senior Devon Pogue didn’t know this wouldn’t be a typical movie Monday. He didn’t know his particular theatre held more in store than just watching The Magnificent Seven with his girlfriend.

Everything felt normal as the couple settled into their seats. The lights dimmed and the show started. But that all changed 15 minutes in, as disorder struck.

Latest edition of ‘Quest’ hits mailboxes

The College of Idaho has published its fall 2016 issue of Quest magazine, which is hot off the press! Themed “Tradition,” the fall issue highlights the many traditions that have shaped C of I student life for 125 years, from Founding President William Judson Boone’s annual panoramic photographs to contemporary classics like the Finney Fun Run.

Brown honored with student leadership award

Congratulations to Irvin Brown, the latest recipient of The College of Idaho Student Affairs Integrity, Leadership and Service Award! Brown, a sophomore Davis Scholar from Nassau, Bahamas, is an anthropology and sociology major with minors in Spanish, computer science and theatre.

He’s also an active leader who routinely serves as a mentor to his peers and finds great joy in helping build an inclusive community on campus.

In the News

  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: Women’s and men’s basketball dominated Walla Walla.

Yotes serve Thanksgiving dinners to community

Thanksgiving. It’s a time to share a smorgasbord of food with our closest friends and family. But the reality is, not every family gets to enjoy the feast many of us take for granted.

So as most students finished up classes and headed home for the holidays last Wednesday, about 20 College of Idaho student-athletes selflessly volunteered their time to serve Thanksgiving dinners at the First Church of the Nazarene in Nampa, helping the Boise Rescue Mission serve 4,000 meals across the Treasure Valley.

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.

C of I alumna named Marshall Scholar finalist

Art has always been an influential part of College of Idaho alumna Megan Mizuta’s life. It was in the third grade that she announced her intention of becoming a museum docent after visiting the Boise Art Museum. A few years later, it was an image of Diego Rivera’s The Flower Carrier that made a lasting impression.

“We drew it in oil pastels on black construction paper,” Mizuta said. “Mine turned out particularly well and my parents hung it up in our living room, where it stayed for several years.”

Double your impact this December!

 It’s always better to give than to receive. And this December, when you give in support of student scholarships, new buildings, athletics and more, The College of Idaho’s Board of Trustees will double your gift. That’s right, every gift up to $250 will be matched, with the total match good for $135,000.

Construction updates on library, residence halls

The College of Idaho campus has been bustling this fall—not only with students shuttling back and forth between classes, but also with the booming sounds of machinery restoring Voorhees Hall and constructing the new Cruzen-Murray Library.

To date, construction is right on schedule. Voorhees has been emptied to its brick shell in preparation for a major overhaul inside. And each day, the Cruzen-Murray Library comes together like a jigsaw puzzle. It currently resembles the Roman Colosseum, as its concrete walls reach skyward.

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