The College of Idaho’s Cruzen-Murray Library has become a popular and campus-defining landmark since its grand opening nearly a year ago – and the American Institute of Architects has likewise given its seal of approval.
The College of Idaho’s Whittenberger Planetarium will welcome back its “starry-telling” bard Jim Cogan for its next public show, “Storytelling in the Planetarium,” which will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
Just before noon on Oct. 5, 2018, the sun peeked out from behind its cloud cover and past the trees lining the perimeter of The College of Idaho’s recently improved Wagers Memorial Garden, named in honor of former C of I Trustee John W. Wagers ‘57. C of I co-president Jim Everett noted the significance of the timing – the appropriateness for sunlight to grace the garden after a cloudy and foggy start to the morning, just before the garden completed its formal ribbon cutting.
The downpour of rain in Caldwell wasn’t enough to dampen a spirited start to The College of Idaho’s 2018 Homecoming and Family Weekend, which began its exciting schedule of events by recognizing the 2018 recipients of the College’s Distinguished Alumni Awards on the evening of Oct. 4, 2018.
The College of Idaho’s choirs will present their annual fall concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10 in the Langroise Recital Hall, promising a wide range of dynamic choral works from both classical and modern-day composers.
The College of Idaho’s 2018 Homecoming and Family Weekend has finally arrived, and we’re inviting the entire C of I community to “Come Together” and join in for a full four days of exciting events October 4-7, from class visits and campus tours to athletic contests and music concerts.
For their first major exhibition together since the birth of their son Edwin, Eric Mullis and Kelly Cox are combining their experiences with parenthood along with their experiences with mass media and the outside world.
At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2, The College of Idaho and the Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy will host the gubernatorial candidates of the Democratic and Republican Parties for “Idaho’s Future: A Conversation with the Candidates” – a public event dedicated to in-depth and civil discourse regarding each candidate’s positions on important fiscal issues.
As Doug Brigham and Jim Everett gave their first remarks as the newly inaugurated 14th co-presidents of The College of Idaho, both men admitted they were blessed with fortune – the fortune of positive support systems and mentors, and the richness of experiences that followed.