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September 8, 2022
  • Many in the College community know the Gabbard name – did you know Ray Gabbard ’88 is the Director of Drama at Cumnor House Sussex, just south of London, England? He’s part of a story on page 27 of this publication about the ways schools are making Shakespeare’s plays relevant and accessible.   (Independent Schools Guide)
  • Anne Blackhurst, who received her Master's from the College in 1987, is retiring from her position as the president at Minnesota State-Moorhead. (AM 1100 Radio)
  • Jake Miller '10 is part of this "Power List" about commercial real estate. (Idaho Business Review)
  • Danielle Higley '13 was one of two authors representing Idaho at the 2022 National Book Festival over Labor Day Weekend in Washington, D.C. (Boise State University)
  • Megan Wilkinson '22 is part of this story out of the Tri-Cities (Washington) about the value of dual-language education. (Hebden Bridge News)
  • After a successful basketball career at the College, Cierra Dvorak '21 has been named a graduate assistant coach at Texas A&M-Kingsville. (Hoop Dirt)
  • We told you about it earlier this summer, but news about two of our great art faculty members - Stephen Fisher and Garth Claassen - earning prestigious visual-arts fellowships popped up in some regional media recently as well. They were two of three selected out of more than 70 applicants state-wide for the Idaho Commission on the Arts Visual Art Fellowship.  (KIFI-TV) 
  • The College's athletics department has unveiled a new slogan - Come Win With Us. (KIVI-TV)
  • Make sure you're joining the YoteFam on Yote Football Saturdays, the tailgates are not to be missed! Great friends, great food, and a great time for all! Mark your calendars for September 24 when the Yotes host rival Eastern Oregon. Here's a small sample of what it looked like at the team's first home game. (KIVI TV)