Chris Banyas - Editor-in-Chief

EX ANIMO: SUBVERSION: MORE THAN A SIMPLE F U

Chris Banyas Editor-in-Chief Take a good look at that face. Not exactly the visual rival of a Sid Viscious type right? You’d probably be surprised to learn that he got hooked on heroin, killed his girlfriend and was portrayed by Gary Oldman in a biopic…and rightly so, as all of that is untrue. What is […]

Jaclyn Figg - Staff Writer

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SOCIAL SCIENCES AND FINE ARTS

Jaclyn Figg Staff Writer Research can always benefit by input from varying fields of study. To integrate this concept, ISU faculty created the Integrated Research Center. Located in the basement of the Business Administration building, the College of Arts and Letters opened the center in December. “We ended up with the name integrated because we […]

Andrew Crighton - Life Editor

VALENTIME IS RUNNING OUT

Andrew Crighton Life Editor February 14 is fast approaching. Short on ideas? Well here’s some coaching. Conventional Date Night Don’t fix what isn’t broken, be sure to impress with this tried and true date idea. Take opportunity to put your best duds on and show each other off over dinner; pick somewhere fancy or special. […]

Shelbie Harris - News Editor

THE $109 MILLION MYSTERY

Shelbie Harris News Editor Despite a decrease of nearly five percent in total student enrollment for the fall 2015 semester, Idaho State University’s unrestricted net position for fiscal year 2015 exceeds $109 million. According to audited financial statements for ISU, revenues have exceeded expenses for the past nine years, and the unrestricted reserve fund is […]

Jaclyn Figg - Staff Writer

STAYING THE COURSE: AN ISU GRAD’S STORY

Jaclyn Figg Staff Writer For some, there are times in our college careers when we wonder if we are on the right path. Is it really worth racking up these loans? Am I going to get a job pertaining to my major? Christopher Sherrod found by staying on the path, college is worth it, and […]