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As a Vandal, you are part of a worldwide network, nearly 100,000 strong, that is hard at work serving the University of Idaho. Through volunteerism and reputation, your achievements are a testament to the power of an Idaho education.
This spring, Silver & Gold Celebrations are being held to celebrate our Vandal Pride with several of our shining examples.
Upcoming celebrations will be held for Joyce Munson '42
for her founding loyalty to the Meals on Wheels program and support of the Margaret Ritchie School of Family and Consumer Sciences and Niccolls Building renovation project. She will be honored
April 3 in Moscow
The Boise Silver & Gold celebration April 10
will honor Meg Carlson '76
, Marilyn Fordham ’57
, Heidi Butler
, Sara Schmidt
and posthumous recognition for Meryle Kay Michael
Join special guest President Chuck Staben in recognizing Matt '71 and Karen '72 Telin
, Matt Shelley ’75
and Don Burnett
during the celebration April 17 in Moscow
Steven C. Johnson ’71
Director, Office of Alumni Relations
April 3 - Silver and Gold Celebration honoring Joyce Munson '42 in Moscow |
April 4-6 - Moms' Weekend in Moscow - View the complete calendar |
April 4 - Official UI Class Ring Sale in Moscow |
April 4 - Official Vandal Game Day T-shirt Reveal |
April 4 - Iron Mom Competition |
April 4 - Tradition Keeper Tour |
April 4 - Dueling Pianos Entertainment |
April 5 - Brunch featuring University of Idaho Jazz Choir |
April 5 - Official UI Class Ring Sale in Moscow |
April 10 - Silver and Gold Celebration in Boise |
April 17 - UI Retirees Association Spring Luncheon |
April 17 - Silver and Gold Celebration in Moscow |
April 19 - Vandal Night with the Spokane Shock |
Save the Date: Mark your calendars for the Vandal Football 2014 spring game April 25.
View more events near you on the complete alumni calendar.
Vandal Snaps in History: Greek Week
Last week was Greek Week, a time when all houses come together for a week of activities.
"Whatever the letter, we stick together." - Gem of the Mountains, 1993.
Have a Vandal snap to share? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Case You Missed It: April Fools!
University of Idaho April Fools' Day joke recognized across the Web
For one special day, the University of Idaho announced a new innovative approach to help first-year students adjust to college life: Kittens!
Remember when students used to get a Vandal Card and student planner upon admission? UI claimed big changes this fall, with each student being issued a furry friend. There were many "styles" to choose from, and delivery options were available through the VandalStore.
The April Fools' Day joke spread online and via social media throughout the day.
The Spokesman Review picked up on the joke, along with KTVB, Buzzfeed and King 5.
April 1 is over, but not the fun! Have a Vandal pet of your very own? Show them off on Facebook before April 4.
Student News to Seattle Times
Don Shelton '76 talks career path from Argonaut to Emerald City sports editor
For Don Shelton, success results from having a plan mapped out – and being willing to veer off course.
The 1976 University of Idaho graduate remembers his first assurance that journalism was the path for him.
He was covering a Washington State University football game for The Idahonian, now called the Moscow-Pullman Daily News.
It was a long wait for an interview with coach Jim Sweeney. When Sweeney agreed, Shelton said he was surprised to find this meant the interview would be held in the locker room as Sweeney showered.
The Legacy of WWI
Gen. Richard Myers to Give Borah Symposium Keynote Address
The University of Idaho’s Borah Symposium will examine how World War I changed the face of modern warfare. The symposium entitled, “The Legacy of WWI: The Making of the Modern World” will take place April 7-9 on the Moscow campus and is free to the public.
Gen. Richard Myers, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will give the keynote address.
View the schedule
Theatre Vandal Lands Vegas Gig
Kimbre Lancaster '08 earns starring role in Mamma Mia!
Kimbre Lancaster '08 might have grown up riding horses and feeding cows at her grandparents' Basin City ranch, but it was always theatre that held her heart.
The University of Idaho graduate recently auditioned and won the starring role of Sophie in the Las Vegas production of "Mamma Mia!"
Joe Knows ... Bling for Less!
Official UI class ring discounts available for alumni
Alumni are invited to purchase official Jostens University of Idaho class rings at discount prices this weekend.
Friday, April 4
, 1-5 p.m. and Saturday, April 5
, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
at the VandalStore
, 710 Deakin Ave. in Moscow, Idaho