Where communities overlap
The connection between the University of Idaho’s LGBTQA and Greek students is continually growing
December 16, 2016

Every fairytale must have three things — a princess, a villain and, of course, prince charming. That image is the standard among love stories, but for many members of the LGBTQA community, that image does not apply to their stories. When University of Idaho sophomore Reagan Miniken first began to question her sexuality, the traditional […]

Collaborative criminology
Sociology students from UI and WSU travel abroad for a lesson in criminology
May 12, 2016

While Sociology 336, Comparative Criminal Justice Systems, might sound like a normal college course, the class actually brings together students from the University of Idaho and Washington State University for an educational experience abroad. Melanie Neuilly, a professor of comparative criminal justice at WSU, thought the course was a great opportunity to take students to […]

By blood and by letters April 3, 2016

Members of Greek life on the University of Idaho campus often refer to each other as “brothers” and “sisters.” But what happens when those terms mean more than just recognition of a fellow member in a house? Biological sisters Clara and Martha Bowman said Greek life has helped them grow, as students and as siblings. […]