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April 12, 2022
Garth Claasen
  • Art professor Garth Claasen's work was on display in Boise in late March. His exhibition, 'Nothing to See Here'  was shown at MING Studios in downtown Boise, showcasing the artistic ability that has been on display in Caldwell since he came to the College in 1994. (Boise Weekly)
Basketball Crowd
  • In early March, the College hosted two rounds of the NAIA Men's Basketball National Tournament. Huge crowds packed the JA Albertson Activities Center to watch the Yotes pick up a pair of wins and advance out of Caldwell and on to the next stage of the tournament. (KIVI-TV, Idaho Press)
  • The College's softball team, ranked nationally in the top ten, continues to play well, sweeping doubleheaders against Eastern Oregon, Carroll, and Bushnell as senior pitcher Hannah McNerney is one of two Yote hurlers with over 70 innings pitched so far this season. (Idaho Press, LaGrande Observer)