“I strive to be happy in life. I believe you should always do things with a purpose, and to never do something unless it is going to make you happy. I never truly understood this concept until I came to college. I found my truest friends, and I am so grateful for that. People often […]
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.
By Taryn Hadfield They wore a flannel shirt, black jeans and Vans. Nothing from their appearance revealed masculinity or femininity. Their gender identity was a question left ambiguous and unanswered. “I’m Lizzie,” they said, approaching with a slight swagger and a whimsical smile. Lizzie Benson is a 21-year-old individual who is non-binary, which means they don’t […]
In 2016 about 4.25 million people visited Yellowstone National Park for its wilderness and recreational features — the busiest year yet. The nationally owned land sits atop a volcanic hotspot and spans across parts of Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. Wildlife, geysers, lakes, mountains, hundreds of plant species and tourists throughout the year call the park […]
Tucked away in a corner attic room of the Niccolls Building, students in the University of Idaho Apparel, Textiles and Design Department (ATD) can be found threading sewing machines, tracing fabric swatches and sketching garment designs. On weekday afternoons the room, filled with rows of sewing stations, color wheels, sketch pads and boxes of unused […]
Right now, someone is scaling Mount Everest in the midst of a snowstorm. Someone is orbiting the moon and peering down at Earth. Someone is hiding out in an abandoned bomb shelter waiting for the enemy to return. Someone is summoning magical creatures through spell. All of this is being done in the same world […]