Jessica Darney is a contagious disease. So is Zachary Lien. Bret Colt. Falin Wilson. Kirsie Lundholm. Don’t worry, they only infect a specific group of people — the Latter Day Saints.
As Laurien Mavey walks to class, she forces herself not to look at her phone. The University of Idaho fifth year instead observes the trees, the hilled landscape of the Palouse and a sea of students — many of whom never once look up from their screens. Mavey is trying to break the habit. She […]
His feet planted in the dirt, Zack Albanese set his eyes on his target. The .22 rifle was a steady weight in his arms. His left hand cradled the forestock with his elbow tucked against his ribs. The butt of the gun nestled against his right shoulder, and his chin rested on the stock. A […]
As Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down” played through the speakers, two dancers moved closer together, swaying in a gentle rumba in the middle of the Memorial Gym’s basketball courts. A particularly sultry move was met with wolf whistles and cat calls from the risers. When they pulled off a lift, cheers erupted. Both the dancers […]
They glide, they vault, they sometimes flip. It began with an unassuming post on a Humans vs. Zombies Facebook page two years ago. Now, parkour is both a class taught by University of Idaho Senior Clyde Mooney, and a club for which he is the president.
One sunny afternoon while she was mowing the lawn, Rachel Falzon started to feel nauseous. “The night before I hadn’t eaten or drank anything,” Falzon said. “I definitely felt super weak, and just drained.”
How the connotations behind tattoos have changed in Moscow and on the national scale Some call it a permanent marring of the skin, others call it wearable art. Now, more often than not, people are appreciating tattooing for the art form Telisa Swan claims it is. Swan is the founder of Swan Family Ink in […]