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A contestant of the 2017 Miss C of I walks across the Jewett Auditorium stage

Popular "Miss C of I" event to raise money for cancer research

November 17, 2017

On Monday, Nov. 20, eight talented women of The College of Idaho will take a trip down the rabbit hole of Jewett Auditorium and enter into Wonderland in the name of charity as they compete for the title of “Miss C of I” at one of the school year’s most entertaining student events.

Cultural Show

Annual ISO Cultural Show returns to C of I this Thursday

November 08, 2017

The College of Idaho’s International Student Organization will make the Jewett Auditorium the site of a multicultural celebration with its annual ISO Cultural Show, which will take place at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9.

Oxfam

New C of I club aims to fight local poverty

October 31, 2017

At The College of Idaho, references to the YoteFam are everywhere, from regular hashtags on social media to posters and banners emblazoned with the name. Now, the YoteFam won’t be the only “fam” making the campus a better place, as a new student organization called Oxfam is here to bring greater attention to the issue of global poverty.

Trunk or Treat

ASCI organizes "Trunk or Treat" event for Caldwell community

October 25, 2017

Halloween may be spooky and frightful, but the Associated Students of the College of Idaho want to make it sweet and friendly for the Caldwell community by hosting their first ever “Trunk or Treat” event, which is set between 3-6 p.m. on Oct. 28 in the McCain parking lot.

International Immigrants

C of I faculty to host forum on immigration and identity

October 18, 2017

With immigration remaining a hot topic in political discourse, particularly after the Trump administration’s rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy in September 2017, The College of Idaho will host a forum on “Immigration and Identity” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24 in the Langroise Recital Hall.

Shane Sampson

Innovation championed at Treasure Valley Business Breakfast

September 15, 2017

When Joe Albertson founded his first grocery store in 1939 on 16th and State St. in Boise, Idaho, three of the main selling points for visitors included a parking lot, a magazine rack, and a donut machine — just a handful of the innovations that allowed Albertson to grow his company into the second largest supermarket chain in the United States.

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