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March 10, 2023
Baylor Fund Announcement
  • The College, in conjunction with Elaine Baylor and a number of prominent Idaho businesspeople, announced the Elgin & Elaine Baylor Opportunity Fund. The Fund has a goal of a $25 million endowment that will be used to fund 44 students with financial need from under-represented populations with full-tuition scholarships to attend the College. The announcement drew a lot of attention, with media reports published by KTVB-TV, KBOI-TV, KIVI-TV, Idaho Education News, the Idaho Statesman, and the Idaho Press, among others.
  • Keneilwe Patience Mabidikama, a senior at the College, is performing a spring internship with KBSX Radio. She’s writing news stories like this one about waivers for food stamps. (KBSX Radio)
  • Freshman Saumya Sarin is making her voice heard on the topic of restricting forms of voter IDs. (KIVI-TV)
  • Here's a question-and-answer article with Natalie Wight '96, Oregon's top federal prosecutor and U.S. Attorney. (Portland Business Journal)
  • Hear from Kris Komori '05 after being nominated for another prestigious James Beard Award. (KIVI-TV)
  • Matthew McDaniel ’07, the principal at Lewis & Clark Elementary School will present at the National Association of Elementary School Principals. Here's the information from Facebook.
Decoding Dyslexia Grants
  • Decoding Dyslexia Idaho stopped by campus last month to present grant checks to junior Jaden Hernandez and Meg Osterhout '20. The grants will allow the two to attend and present at the World Literacy Summit with Dr. Sally Brown of the education department later this spring. (Idaho Press)
  • Prospective students in Payette earn more than $450,000 in scholarship offers to the College via the Hispanic Youth Leadership Summit. (Argus Observer)
  • Vice President of High Impact Practices Latonia Haney Keith moderated and constitutional law scholar McKay Cunningham, an instructor at the College, participated in this panel discussion in Boise about the impact of the Dobbs decision at the City Club of Boise gathering in early February. (KBSX Radio)
Team Receives Trophy
  • The sensational season for the College's men's basketball team continues. This past week, the Yotes defeated Westcliff (California) and Xavier (Louisiana) here in Caldwell in the first two rounds of the NAIA national tournament. The team, which is the top-ranked men's NAIA basketball team in the country, is headed to Kansas City for the rest of the tournament. (KTVB-TV and KIVI-TV)