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  • College scene

    Area college players and teams that were honored on Monday: Freshmen of Week


  • College scene

    Area college players and teams that were honored on Monday: Players of week


  • Blinn guides Gonzaga past San Francisco

    Savannah Blinn sent home 23 kills to guide the Gonzaga volleyball team to a five-set win over San Francisco in a West Coast Conference match Saturday afternoon in Spokane. Scores …


  • Education Notebook: Princess ball set for dads, daughters

    Shadle Park High School is hosting its annual Daddy-Daughter Princess Ball on Nov. 16, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The Shadle cheerleaders will host the evening for princesses ages 12 …


  • Colleges: Stanford women win invitational in Sammamish

    Stanford teammates Mariah Stackhouse and Mariko Tumangan finished 1-2 and the Cardinal women breezed to 27-stroke victory over the second-place Washington Huskies in the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational at Sahalee Country …


  • Idaho volleyball team wins Bronco Classic

    Jessica Hastriter and Katelyn Peterson had career highs in kills to lead the Idaho volleyball team to a five-set win over North Texas (6-6) in the Bronco Classic title match …


  • For WSU president, family is priority

    PULLMAN – Walking around his university campus as an undergraduate, Elson S. Floyd remembers seeing leaders in suits who never spoke to him. Now putting on his own suit, WSU …


  • Gonzaga rowers earn NCAA berth

    The Gonzaga women’s rowing team edged San Diego by four points and claimed its 13th West Coast Conference Championship Saturday in Gold River, Calif. The win snapped the Toreros’ three-year …


  • Tuition rising next fall at Idaho universities

    BOISE – The State Board of Education voted Wednesday to hike the price of attending Idaho’s public universities, sustaining a trend of annual tuition increases yet still keeping tuition costs …


  • College grads can learn and earn their way out of student loans

    Scott Anderson knew he wanted to go into veterinary medicine, a profession shared by his father and his uncle. Affording the degree, however, posed a challenge. “It’s incredibly expensive,” said …


  • Rising cost of college puts more debt on students

    WASHINGTON – Making college more affordable to more people continues to be elusive, and the recent recession hasn’t made it any easier. States have cut their support for public colleges …


  • GOP plan would add $300 million to higher ed budget

    OLYMPIA – Senate Republicans announced what they dubbed a bold plan to reverse the trend in the state’s public colleges and universities, saying they wanted to add $300 million to …


  • For some students, college is affordable

    SEATTLE – It takes a little pluck and some ingenuity, but it’s possible to work the Washington state college system to shave thousands off the cost of a degree or …


  • Cougars record seven victories at UI

    Seven Washington State competitors won events Saturday at the Idaho Open II indoor track and field meet in Moscow, Idaho. Shantae Young, competing for the first time this season after …


  • Universities not happy with Gregoire’s tuition plan

    SEATTLE – Gov. Chris Gregoire’s goal of not raising college tuition over the next two years is not sitting well with the leaders of Washington’s universities, who say the proposal …


  • Gonzaga women win after catching fire in second half

    The Gonzaga women’s basketball team opened the second half on a 16-4 run and went on to beat Portland State 54-40 in a nonconference game Friday night in Portland. Junior …


  • Rise in Chinese students brings new opportunities

    The growing presence of Chinese students and culture at the University of Idaho will expand opportunities for Moscow. This year’s enrollment numbers from UI’s International Programs Office revealed a 13 …


  • Vandals women lose to Montana 76-65

    Montana took advantage of 20 Idaho turnovers as the Grizzlies took a 76-65 women’s basketball win over Idaho at the Lady Griz Classic in Missoula on Thursday. Senior Katie Baker …


  • Pot still outlawed on campus

    Young voters helped pass laws legalizing marijuana in Washington and Colorado, but many still won’t be able to light up. Most universities have codes of conduct banning marijuana use, and …


  • Vandals beat buzzer to get past Eagles

    Alyssa Charlston hit a buzzer-beating layup and scored 29 points Tuesday as Idaho (1-4) shocked Eastern Washington 68-66 in nonconference women’s basketball at Memorial Gym in Moscow, Idaho. The Vandals’ …


  • EWU volleyball adds to streak vs. Idaho State

    Eastern Washington kept a long winning streak against Idaho State alive with a Big Sky Conference volleyball victory Thursday in Cheney. The Eagles (5-25, 5-14 Big Sky) won 25-16, 24-26, …


  • For Iraq veteran, college offers chance to focus

    With his thumb dangling from his hand and blood squirting from his forearm, Cory McCarthy put his own life-threatening injury aside and responded to his fellow soldiers’ calls for help. …


  • Sasquatch have strong showing at NWAACC cross country

    The Community Colleges of Spokane Sasquatch raced to the men’s team title and a second-place showing in the women’s race at the NWAACC Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Spokane’s …


  • Gonzaga women cruise to victory

    Head women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves unveiled his 2012-13 Gonzaga Bulldogs Saturday afternoon in front of 5,212 at the McCarthey Athletic Center. And the ensuing 90-48 exhibition victory over the …


  • Eastern Washington volleyball wins marathon

    Allie Schumacher had a school-record 35 kills Thursday as Eastern Washington’s volleyball team continued its late-season surge with a 3-2 Big Sky Conference win over Northern Arizona at Flagstaff, Ariz. …


  • Prepaid tuition begins new year under scrutiny about funding

    SEATTLE – As Washington’s prepaid tuition program opens its doors to new investors today, parents and lawmakers are taking a closer look at the program and trying to decide what …


  • WSU wins first Pac-12 volleyball match

    Sophomore Ver’Leeea Hardaway had a match-high 15 kills and hit .577 Wednesday as Washington State recorded its first Pac-12 volleyball win of the season with a 3-0 sweep of visiting …


  • Gonzaga women win Cal Poly invitational

    Gonzaga placed four golfers in the top 10 on Tuesday, led by fifth-place Victoria Fallgren, to overcome an 11-shot first-round deficit and win the 17-team Lamkin Grip Cal Poly Invitational …


  • Whitworth women win NWC soccer match

    Mackenzie Grow scored a penalty-kick goal with 13 seconds left in regulation and Whitworth edged Willamette 2-1 in Northwest Conference women’s soccer action Saturday afternoon in Salem, Ore. The win …


  • Whitworth volleyball posts victory

    Jalana White led three players in double figures with 16 kills and Maddye Dinsmore dished out 46 assists as Whitworth beat Lewis & Clark 25-14, 22-25, 25-19, 26-24 in a …

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