The saying goes “those who can, do; those who can’t, teach.” University of Idaho sophomore Nash Johnson disagrees.
Excitement. Outrage. Relief. Fear. These were the feelings that arose as a result of President Donald Trump’s executive orders to secure the United States border. Excitement that a president kept his promise. Outrage the orders targeted minorities and families might be ripped apart. Relief that the U.S. would be safe from acts of terror. Fear […]
If Ron McFarland was not an English professor, he would be a military officer. The University of Idaho faculty member normally writes essays and books about renowned and local writers alike, including himself, but his latest publication has ties to the life he might have led if he’d taken a different route. His father, uncle […]
As rain pours down outside, some teams are getting ready to start practice. They stretch and begin the routine to better their bodies. These teams, ready to train despite the terrible weather conditions, are composed of student athletes who face the challenges, and the pressures, of balancing academics and athletics.
There’s a certain comfort that comes from the acoustics of a bathroom. Whether starting the day or unwinding from a long one, there’s something relaxing about singing a favorite song in the shower. Derek Eaton, a fourth year student at the University of Idaho, said he has been singing in the shower for as long […]