At first glance, Gladish Community and Cultural Center in Pullman is an old, brick building meant for quaint community meetings and children’s birthday parties. To the Palouse River Rollers, it is home.
Alen Korjenic and three friends signed a lease with Whitepine Property Management in 2016 — despite their misgivings. “They (my friends) just said it (Whitepine) wasn’t great,” he said. “I didn’t know it was going to be this bad.”
A worn down jacket might sell for $15 at a local consignment store. Donating plasma might lend an extra $50. A used pair of underwear can sell online for up to $300 dollars. Each of these money-making strategies can be utilized by college students in need of quick cash.
There are roughly 4,200 religions in the world. Of these religions comes a wide variety of degrees offered at universities across the nation.
The number of sexual assault cases on the University of Idaho campus alone tell a story — but not all of it. In 2016, two instances of rape occurred on UI’s campus, compared to the six in 2014, according to UI’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
Marci Miller and Greg Freistadt’s lives revolve around food. From growing it, to cooking it, to cultivating their days around it — food has become part of their lifestyle.
The Vandal Marching band is anything but typical. A typical college marching band has several full-time staff members. The staff generally writes content — music, drill and choreography — and coach individual sectional.
When Brenan Anthony plays table tennis he feels weightless — like he is suspended in air. Anthony grasps the paddle tight in his hand as he awaits the anticipated moment, when the light ball swiftly flies over the net and bounces to his side of the small, wooden table.