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May 7, 2021
Ali Rabe
  • Ali Rabe '10 is a vocal community leader. An alum and member of the College's Board of Trustees, Rabe is also an Idaho state senator as well as the executive director of the non-profit Jesse Tree, which fights against homelessness and evictions in the Treasure Valley. When housing questions arise, Rabe is often an advocate for the people, like in this story. (KTVB-TV)
  • Ron Wright, who received his Master's from the College, is the new principal at Highland High School in Craigmont, Idaho. (Lewiston Tribune)
  • Kris (cum laude) and Kecia (manga cum laude) are both members of the graduating class of 2002. Now you can add another honor to their list - Parents of the Year from the Utah Council of Exceptional Children. (Murray Journal)
  • Speaking of honors, after a nearly 50-year career with the Las Vegas Fire Department, Lawrence Wickliffe retired from his role as Battalion Chief. Wickliffe played football for the College in the '70s before officially receiving his sociology degree in 1992. He was Nevada's longest-tenured firefighter when he retired. (
  • Current students at the College will be working in the Wood River Valley this summer to help local students make up for lost classroom time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Idaho Mountain Express)
Women's Cross Country Group Photo
  • The women's cross country team finished a banner season by winning the Cascade Conference championship and then, even more impressively, producing a second-place finish at the NAIA national meet. (Idaho Press)