Articles by Chelsea Wegrzyniak


Woodworth-Ney named new provost

After Idaho State University conducted a national search, Laura Woodworth-Ney was named the new provost and vice president for academic affairs. “I was just really…


Pocatello takes back the night

Friday, May 3, marked Pocatello’s fourteenth annual Take Back the Night event. Take Back the Night is a march through Old Town Pocatello that aims…


Professor studies religion and sexuality

Assistant Professor of Sociology Jeremy Thomas specializes in research areas as controversial as they come. “My research interests primarily concern religion, sex, deviance and the…


Total Copy Center

For Idaho State University students with a need to print a dissertation, family photos, posters for a club event or business cards, the Total Copy…


Dancers Against Cancer

ISU dance groups raise funds On Saturday, April 6, Idaho State University’s Tribal Fusion Belly Dance Club and The Company will present “Dancers Against Cancer.”…


ISU Army ROTC marches on

In the basement offices of Garrison Hall, there is a hidden world of military life on campus. Idaho State University’s Army Reserve Officers’ Training (ROTC)…


Student moves beyond the spectrum

Idaho State University nursing student and freshman Kade Vilbig has risen above and beyond his unique set of challenges. “I have Asperger’s syndrome, which is…


I Spy

ISU to host detective festival From Sherlock Holmes to James Bond, the detective and spy genre captures interest across national boundaries like no other type…


Terrae Incognitae

Art student explores unknown land Universities are frequently seen as a place to form oneself, but as Idaho State University senior art student Alexa Goff…


Rain, renaissance and more

ISU Choirs perform Choral music is varied and versatile, and with the several hundred years’ worth of music sampled from for the Idaho State University…


Knight of the Burning Pestle

Men in tights, and more Although Elizabethan theatre is popularly seen as dry or dull, Shakespeare’s contemporary Frances Beaumont’s plays never fail to turn such…


Single or not

A how-to for V-Day at ISU The sometimes dreaded 14th of February is coming quickly, and the day can leave both single people and couples…


Paco Peña Performs

Renowned flamenco guitarist Paco Peña will be performing at Idaho State University on Wednesday, Feb. 6. The performance will be held at 7:30 p.m. in…


Viva la V-Day

This year in Pocatello, there is more than one V-Day event in February. On Saturday, Feb. 2, the Idaho State University Student Social Work Association…