The College of Idaho’s award-winning alumni magazine Quest has released its Fall/Winter issue and it is available and free to read on the College’s website.
This edition of Quest revolves around the theme of “Mentorship,” featuring 28 pages of news covering current C of I students, alumni, staff and faculty.
”Even in a time when higher education focuses more and more on technology … human interaction is the most impactful aspect of student success,” Co-Presidents Doug Brigham ’87 and Jim Everett wrote in the issue’s introductory letter.
The issue includes a compelling feature on the relationship between Mike Woodhouse ’87 and professor emeritus Dr. Louie Attebery, who still share a strong mentorship bond after several decades. Also featured is the school’s baseball coach, Shawn Humberger, a 1989 alum of The College of Idaho, and his impact on student-athletes and the school as a whole in three decades as a coach for the Coyotes. The issue also includes a piece on the Thomas siblings and their strong bond with Dr. James Dull (Alex graduated in ’17, Annika is in her final year at C of I this year).
There are also reflections and anecdotes from alumni about the mentors they found at The College of Idaho, along with the traditional Class Notes and updates on academics and athletics at the school.
The physical magazine has been sent to C of I alumni and the full issue is available online for free at Quest Magazine’s page at https://www.collegeofidaho.edu/quest-magazine, which also includes access to “Quest Extra” features — additional materials for featured stories exclusive to C of I’s website.
If you have any story suggestions for the next issue of Quest, please send a message to [email protected].
The College of Idaho has a 127-year-old legacy of excellence. The C of I is known for its outstanding academic programs, winning athletics tradition and history of producing successful graduates, including seven Rhodes Scholars, three governors, and countless business leaders and innovators. Its distinctive PEAK Curriculum challenges students to attain competency in the four knowledge peaks of humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and a professional field—empowering them to earn a major and three minors in four years. The College’s close-knit, residential campus is located in Caldwell, where its proximity both to Boise and to the world-class outdoor activities of southwest Idaho’s mountains and rivers offers unique opportunities for learning beyond the classroom. For more information, visit www.collegeofidaho.edu.