Skip to main content

For your information

Fall 2020 Updates: The College has moved to Phase 3 of its re-opening plan, which allows limited in-person learning. Read More

In the News

February 6, 2020
Conner Desaulniers
The Guardian Image
  • Alums Gene ('67) and Sandy ('69) Ralston were featured by The Guardian with a fascinating story about their willingness to lend their expertise to search-and-rescue operations across North America. The Ralstons are now in their 70s and have put more than 31,000 miles on their motorhome in a single year with a simple mission: to help search the water for answers.
  • Ali Rabe '10, a member of the College's Board of Trustees, is going to run for a seat in the Idaho Senate ... and she already has the endorsement of the woman she's running to replace. Both KIVI-TV and the Idaho Press covered Maryanne Jordan's announcement that she won't seek re-election and her support of Rabe to replace her.
  • The thoughts and teachings of Duane Elgin '66 help to create this storyline about minimalism. (The New Yorker)
  • "It felt a lot like home" - a Twin Falls High student plans to continue her education (while playing golf) at The College of Idaho. (Twin Falls Times News)
  • Speaking of home, a Q-and-A with the founder of neUdesign, one of the companies partnering with the College on its new, innovative plan to turn decommissioned shipping containers into living space for students. (Idaho Business Review)
  • The College hosted a high-school government competition titled, "We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution." A cooperative team from eastern Idaho, Portneuf Valley, won the competition. (KTVB TV)
Student at Poverty Simulation