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In the News

March 12, 2024
Jim Everett
  • Co-President Jim Everett will retire from that role, effective at the end of June, after six years leading the College alongside Doug Brigham '87. Here's the announcement from the College, along with local media coverage from KTVB-TV, the Idaho Press, and Idaho Education News. He'll continue to serve as a fundraiser for the College and Brigham will remain in his role as the College's sole president.
  • Jordan Bowman ’14 used to share her talents in many performances on campus and is now part of bringing a new voice festival to Boise this June. Her performance comes in the final portion of the video clip. (KTVB-TV)
  • Kris Komori '05, the James Beard Award-Winner, and his downtown Boise restaurant, KIN, have teamed with the non-profit Friends of Minidoka to help educate people about the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans. (KTVB-TV)
  • Riley O’Brien ’17 talks about the performance for the baseball team at The College of Idaho that took him from small-school pitcher to legit pro prospect.  (
Museum Worker
  • We recently shared news about the massive project of digital cataloging at the Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History on campus. Local ABC affiliate KIVI-TV heard about it and came to campus to share the story with its viewers.
  • Don Mansfield, a long-time professor at the College and professional botanist, is quoted in this story about the spread of cheatgrass by livestock. (Idaho Press)
  • The College's McKay Cunningham, who teaches constitutional law, was a guest on the Idaho Reports program on Idaho Public Television Friday to discuss proposals to amend the U.S. Constitution. (IPTV)
  • Cunningham (panelist) and Vice President of High Impact Practices Latonia Haney Keith (moderator) were guests at a recent City Club of Boise. The topic - more discussion about amending the constitution and Idaho's potential role in a never-before-used method to do it. (KBSX Radio)
  • Trustee Laura Arjona has joined Switchboard Health as the vice president, chief of staff, where she will support driving the company’s strategic vision. (Idaho Business Review) 
  • The College's Langroise Trio is taking its musical talents across the state to perform in Pocatello. (Idaho State Journal)
Scholarship Gala
  • The 2024 Scholarship Gala was one for the record books as, for the first time, donors and supporters of the College generated more than $1 million for student scholarships in the one-night event held in downtown Boise. You can read the College's official release. KIVI-TV also covered the big night.
Samaje Morgan
  • How did the nationally-ranked Yotes qualify for nationals? They won the Cascade Conference, clinching an automatic berth emphatically with a big win at home over Bushnell. (KTVB-TV)
  • Then, in the conference tournament, the Yotes blasted Northwest and Southern Oregon to further solidify their standing as one of the country's top teams headed into the national tournament. (KTVB-TV, KDVR)