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July 19, 2018
Campus Sunrise

It’s been a peaceful summer here in Caldwell, and there’s nothing more peaceful than seeing our beautiful campus at sunrise. Check out this gallery of photos here of some of our overhead photos – see the campus from a new angle!

The C of I football team volunteered some of their time to help make some adjustments to the Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History. Check out the full gallery of photos here!

Coyote Athletics Roundup: Eight incoming men’s basketball players have signed letters of intent to play for the Yotes during the 2018-19 season, including two transfer students and six incoming freshmen…The men’s basketball team is now scheduled for an exhibition at The University of Utah on Nov. 1. The College of Idaho was one of three Cascade Collegiate Conference athletic departments to earn the Presidents' Academic Excellence status for the recently completed 2017-18 school year. It is the fifth time since the award began in 2012 that the C of I has earned the status.

Faculty and Staff Notes: Journalism professor Alan Minskoff penned an editorial in the Idaho Statesman about the importance of keeping the Log Cabin Literary Center’s historic location. The full article can be read here!

Alumni News and Notes: Ben Saxey ’16 was named the 2018 Idaho Academy of Physician Assistants Newcomer of the Year. Ben was a member of C of I’s first graduating class of the PA program and is currently practicing in Twin Falls. Congratulations, Ben!...Diana Thomas was honored with the Harold Hurst Award for her outstanding contributions to the Association of Idaho Cities (AIC) at the 71st annual AIC conference in Boise, June 21. The Harold Hurst Award is given annually to a city official who demonstrates exemplary performance in city government and who has contributed to the accomplishments of the Association of Idaho Cities…Megan Mizuta ’15 will be pursuing her JD on a full-tuition presidential scholarship at Willamette University College of Law beginning in August 2018…Michelle Hazen ’05 will publish a new novel, Unbreak Me, in Summer 2019. The contemporary romance novel, to be published by Berkley-Penguin, follows a New Orleans cowboy battling systemic racism in a post-Katrina world as he begins a relationship with a woman recovering from a public trial following a sexual assault.