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April 8, 2024
Molly Leadbetter
  • Did you know that Idaho's only Pommelier is a graduate of The College of Idaho? Molly Leadbetter graduated from the College in 2011 with a degree in psychology and is now an owner of Meriweather Cider, where she recently earned the rank of Pommelier, the only such person in the entire state of Idaho. So ... what is it? (KTVB-TV)
Samaje Morgan and Drew Wyman
  • Morgan, left, and teammate Drew Wyman both earned NAIA All-American recognition at the end of the season. Morgan, who was also voted the Cascade Conference Player of the Year, was selected a first-team honoree while Wyman was selected to the third team. Both will return to the program next season. (KTVB)
Admitted Student Day 2023
  • Due to the continued delays with the U.S. Department of Education’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), The College of Idaho is delaying its deposit deadline for students enrolling for the Fall of 2024 by one month from May 1 to June 1. (KTVB)

  • Assistant professor of Political Economy Ubba Kodero on why the racial wealth gap indicates America should discuss reparations. (E-International Relations)
  • Idaho Public Television featured the College's Winter Wilderness Experience in a recent episode of "Outdoor Idaho." The segment, featuring faculty and students, showcases one of the College's most popular off-campus educational experiences.  The Winter Wilderness Experience portion of the program begins at the 26:38 mark and will only be available on YouTube for a few more days. (IPTV)
  • Alan Minskoff, a published author along with his role as a senior lecturer at the College, tells you why he loves audiobooks. (Lit Hub)