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Award-Winning Cast and Crew Bring ‘Cherry Orchard’ to Hartung Stage
Posted: Friday, April 11
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho Department of Theatre Arts is bringing “The Cherry Orchard,” a classic of the stage, to campus this spring. Under the direction of professor Robert Caisley, the play receives a whimsical twist, as Caisley says was originally intended by its author, Anton Chekhov. The play runs April 24-26 and May 1-3 at 7:30 p.m. and April 27 and May 4 at...
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Advertising Team Wins District Competition
Posted: Wednesday, April 9
MOSCOW, Idaho – April 9, 2014 – For the second consecutive year, a team from the University of Idaho’s School of Journalism and Mass Media finished first in the American Advertising Federation (AAF) district advertising competition.
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UI Theatre Grad Lands Leading Role in Mamma Mia!
Posted: Thursday, April 3
MOSCOW, Idaho – April 3, 2014 – The lights of New York City may be thousands of miles from the west coast, but they reflect brightly all the way to the University of Idaho thanks to Kimbre Lancaster, a 2008 theater arts alumna.
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2014 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival Button Program Winners
Posted: Wednesday, April 2
MOSCOW, Idaho – April 1, 2014 – The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival is pleased to announce the 2014 Button Program winners. David Hall, of Moscow, Idaho, was the grand prize winner. He received two round-trip tickets to any Alaska Airlines destination of his choice. Second prize winner Cheryl Tribble is a Troy, Idaho resident who "does a lot of walking" and is very excited to get on he...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Lionel Hampton School of Music | News Release | Jazz Festival
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UI Hosts Expert On Media Coverage of Climate Change
Posted: Tuesday, March 18
MOSCOW, Idaho – Maxwell T. Boykoff, who researches and writes about the cultural politics of climate change, will speak Tuesday, March 25, at the University of Idaho. His free public talk, “Who speaks for the climate?” will begin at 7 p.m. in the courtroom of the College of Law, 711 S. Rayburn Dr. in Moscow. Boykoff is an assistant professor in the Center for Science and Techno...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Journalism and Mass Media | Kenton Bird | Journalism | News Release | Journalism
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UI Sapaatk’ayn Cinema Celebrates Language and Creation
Posted: Tuesday, March 18
MOSCOW, Idaho – Delve into a new world of cinema to explore the importance of preserving endangered languages and the process of staging a creation story at the University of Idaho’s Native American Film Festival Sapaatk’ayn Cinema March 28-29 at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre. The festival begins Friday, March 28 at 7 p.m. with a showing of “Language Healers,”...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | American Studies | News Release | Amanda Cairo
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Summer Workshop Offers Hands-on Journalism Experience
Posted: Tuesday, March 11
MOSCOW, Idaho – High school students and teachers will be able to explore multi-media journalism during a workshop June 25-28 at the University of Idaho. Fifteen high school students and up to five teachers from around the Northwest will learn about the rapidly changing media environment from professional journalists and UI faculty. The workshops include tracks in news, broadcasting and ye...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Journalism and Mass Media | Rebecca Tallent | Kenton Bird | Journalism | News Release | University of Idaho | Journalism
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Apply Now for a Semester in America’s Wildest Classroom
Posted: Friday, March 7
MOSCOW, Idaho – Enroll now to spend a semester living and learning in Idaho’s beautiful and rugged mountains through the University of Idaho College of Natural Resource’s Semester in the Wild. Semester in the Wild combines upper-division science learning, leadership, environmental literature and writing while living in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. Students lea...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Natural Resources | English | News Release | University of Idaho | environment
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UI Oppenheimer Ethics Symposium: Government’s Secret or Public’s Right to Know?
Posted: Thursday, March 6
MOSCOW, Idaho – Exploring the grey area between government secrets and the public’s right to know those secrets, the University of Idaho’s Oppenheimer Ethics Symposium will focus on the role of ethics and American press coverage on March 28 at 4 p.m. in the Administration Building auditorium. It is free and open to the public. The symposium, supported by the School of Journalism...
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Letters, Arts & Social Sciences | Journalism and Mass Media | Kenton Bird | Journalism | News Release | University of Idaho | Journalism
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Theatre Prof's New Play Set for National Exposure
Posted: Thursday, March 6
The National New Play Network has just announced that Robert Caisley's new play "LUCKY ME" will be supported for an NNPN Rolling World Premiere. More info: www.nnpn.org/news/nnpn-announces-the-42nd-rolling-world-premiere-lucky-me-by-rob-caisley
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