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September 23, 2016
  • Alumni News & Notes: Ralph Lawrence ‘53 became the newly appointed pastor of the Caldwell United Methodist Church. Lawrence first got his start in ministry after being called while he was a student at The College of Idaho. He has previously served around the state of Idaho and in Oregon.
  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: Football upset No. 10 EOU on the road 20-7, as Nate Moore was named the national NAIA Defensive Player of the Week…Volleyball won its home opener…Men’s and Women’s soccer beat Whitman.
  • The College of Idaho is pleased to announce the 32nd Annual Coyote Open golf tournament will be held Friday, Sept. 30, at Falcon Crest Golf Course. Formed in 1985, the Coyote Open annually features nearly 200 golfers and over 100 sponsors. Funds raised from this event help offset the cost of athletic scholarships at the College. To register, click here.
  • The Idaho Press-Tribune highlighted the College in an editorial article on ‘Good education news in this corner of Idaho.’ The IPT called the C of I “a darn good place to go to school,” mentioning the recent praise the College has received from Forbes, U.S. News & World Report and the Princeton Review.
  • Caldwell Fine Arts kicks off the 2016-17 season with the Mystical Arts of Tibet! Join 11 monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery for a week-long residency on campus from Sept. 26-30, including a musical concert at 7 p.m. Sept. 30 in Jewett Auditorium.
  • Local resident Jeffrey Jensen bragged on the atmosphere of C of I football games in an opinion piece in the Idaho Press-Tribune. “Come to the ball game this Saturday afternoon and forget about the global foolishness that seems to be happening every day now even if just for only a few hours and have some great fun!” Jensen said.
  • The C of I campus hosted the annual Caldwell Youth Forum. Students from Vallivue, Caldwell, COSSA and Canyon Springs high schools came together to discuss the nationwide "It's On Us" campaign, which deals with sexual assault prevention.
  • The news of the C of I being named to the 'Best National Liberal Arts Colleges' by U.S. News and World Report was mentioned in the Idaho Press-Tribune.
  • The Whittenberger Planetarium is ready for a new season of shows. The planetarium hosted its first monthly show last week, along with hosting a storytelling night with Jim Cogan. Be on the lookout for next month’s show. It’ll be out of this world!
  • College of Idaho wide receiver coach, and former Denver Bronco, D’Andre Goodwin was spotlighted on TV station KBOI-2. Goodwin, who played at the University of Washington and was a graduate assistant with the Huskies, brings a wealth of football knowledge to the C of I wideouts.
  • In honor of Cascade Conference commissioner Rob Cashell’s daughter, Hanna Cashell, an Eastern Oregon student who was fatally injured in a car accident last spring, The College of Idaho, EOU, and Southern Oregon are wearing commemorative gold-wing football helmet decals.