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In the News

December 8, 2021
Caldwell Students In the News
  • Irene Guajardo and Yasmine Pizano, seniors at nearby Caldwell High School, were two of the students from around the state to earn scholarship pledges from the College during recent Hispanic Youth Leadership Summits held in Boise, Twin Falls, and Pocatello. The goal of the pledges was to help make higher education more real - something Guajardo and Pizano definitely say it did. (Caldwell School District)
  • Dr. Ashley Carvalho '10 is quoted throughout this article about the abuse being directed toward healthcare workers as more and more people are expressing frustration about the COVID-19 pandemic. (Idaho Statesman)
  • Luke Malek '04 and Alex Grande '11 are among 35 people recognized as 2021 Leaders in Law award-winners which honors legal professionals in Idaho for leadership, vision, innovation, professional achievements, competitiveness, mentorship and community service. (Idaho Business Review)
  • Graydon Stanley, a two-time alum of the College ('80 undergraduate, '86 advanced degree), has left his post at North Idaho College but isn't moving too far - he has accepted a role at Walla Walla Community College where he'll work alongside another Yote, WWCC president Chad Hickox '93. (Coeur d'Alene Press)
Nicole Jordan as graduate, Miss Rodeo Idaho
  • Scroll to about the 2-hour, 20-minute mark of this video and you can see Nicole Jordan '19 get named first-runner-up (second place) at the Miss Rodeo America 2022 contest in Las Vegas. Jordan earned Miss Rodeo Idaho honors in 2020 but, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, served a second year in the role before competing for the Miss Rodeo America crown in early December. (Wrangler Network)
Yotes Football
  • The Yotes football team missed the NAIA national playoffs despite sharing the Frontier Conference's league title, the third consecutive conference title (sole or shared) for the football program. The seven victories mean five straight years above .500 for the team with a chance to tie the school's all-time record of six straight winning seasons next fall. That mark was set from 1924 to 1929 under Hall of Fame coach Anse Cornell. (Idaho Press)