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March 16, 2017

Pi Day

  • Pi Day 2017 was a smashing success! Click here to check out photos of the C of I's annual celebration of irrationality, which included Professors Mee-Ae Kim, Mark Gunderson and Thomas Cameron taking a pie to the face for the Math Club.
  • The move to newly renovated Voorhees Hall is complete! Check out what students are saying about the updated building as student reporter Shannon Heller interviews Voorhees residents. Next up for restoration: Finney Hall!
  • RepCheck, the new app being developed by C of I students Leo Yousif and Nik Salinas, recently was featured in Delt Stories on the website of the national fraternity Delta Tau Delta.
  • Mascot Challenge: Our beloved Yotie is vying for the NAIA Mascot Challenge national championship! The Yote has advanced to the final four thanks to the diehard support of the #YoteFam! Make sure to vote on Monday (voting is done on Twitter, watch the C of I social media channels for updates) as we look to reach the championship match!

C of I vs. Weber State Lacrosse

  •  Coyote Athletics Roundup: Softball split a doubleheader with Southern Oregon…Baseball was named the CCC Team of the Week…Football began spring practices last week and also unveiled its 2017 scheduleLacrosse smashed Puget Sound, 16-1 and routed Weber State 26-2 to improve to 5-0 on the season. Check out photos of the Weber State win…Men's basketball knocked off Dakota Wesleyan in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament, 98-93. The Yotes' tournament run ended in the second round with an 83-82 loss to top-ranked Union.

 Yotes Night

  • 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!
  • Everyone wants to go out on their own terms, right? In the latest episode of the Berger Banter, C of I History Professor Howard Berger says he wants to die doing what he loves most: teaching!

  • Student Research Conference: The 12th Annual Student Research Conference will take place on Saturday, April 29. But to present, you’ll need to submit your abstract by March 29. Click here for more information, including abstract guidelines.