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.
Despite Pullman and Moscow being two prominent border towns on the Palouse, a recent rift has formed between them — marijuana. In 2012, Washington State legalized the use of recreational marijuana, instantly prompting the expansion of dispensaries around Pullman, including ones near the Washington-Idaho state line. This has sparked some debate among Palouse residents, particularly […]
Dirk Seymore didn’t always want to be a firefighter. But, with his desire for an outdoor summer job and a relationship with individuals who worked in fire, it seemed like a good fit.
Near the North Fork of the Clearwater River sits Kelly Creek, a place well known for its vast archeological discoveries and hidden treasures. There, a University of Idaho archeology team, which includes graduate and undergraduate students, spent three years excavating artifacts and looking for answers to unfold mysteries of the past and determine behaviors of […]
Every person copes with mental illness in a different way. For Camille Hanson, writing sonnets and practicing mindful meditation helps improve her mood. For Talitha Davis, it’s different forms of art — sculptures and painting. Katy Johnson, mental health coordinator for Vandal Health Education, said there are many resources and activities at the University […]