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, as the Yotes creep closer to a conference title and an NAIA tournament appearance. (Idaho Statesman)
  • The game-winning 58-yard field goal earned Kyle Mitchell honors. (Idaho Press)
    • Speaking of national honors, record-setting senior quarterback Darius-James Peterson recently. (Victory Sports Network)
    • Peterson's play - and recruiting -  in the California Bay Area as well. (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Brothers Taeson and Dorian Hardin on the Yotes' defense. (Idaho Press)
    • The Hardins are just on the Yotes' football roster.  (KIVI)
    • As the 2019 Yotes approached the school's all-time record for most consecutive wins, to see this current group eclipse the mark. (Idaho Press)
    Bret Arsenault
    • Bret Arsenault '87 that helps shape his mindset as the head of cyber-security for Microsoft: “It’s better to have 100 percent of the people understand the most critical 10 percent of the things we have to go get done.” (BIzTech Magazine)
    • Cynthia Hand '00, a New York Times best-selling author, recently released her ninth book. The and both took a look at her writing.
    • College trustee Marcia Wing '76 penned an eloquent . (Idaho Press)
    • Want to know about bees? . (Edible Idaho)
    • Ali Rabe '10 earns a mention in of the Idaho Statesman.
    • Teralene Foxx '62 for earning an Alumni Service Award from the College. (Los Alamos Daily Post)
    Early construction of new student housing
    • The College's innovative approach to a need for more student housing continues to earn mentions. This time, it's the  and . Early phases of construction have begun with plans for at least one of the new buildings to be occupied by spring term.
    • The College of Idaho and nearby College of Western Idaho, a two-year community college, also earned lots of press for a transfer agreement called "Yote Tracks." (channel 6), (channel 7), and all covered the news.
    • The Caldwell Chamber of Commerce also teamed with the College to meet with the public before November's elections. (Idaho Press)
    • A huge number of junior-high girls also , a hands-on event aimed to get more girls to pursue careers in STEM fields. (KIVI)
    • Sophomore Josh Andersen offers his thoughts . (Idaho Statesman)
    • Political Economy professor Jasper LiCalzi talked on "Idaho Matters" of before the election took place - and he was right. (KBSX Radio)
    • English professor Diane Raptosh took to the airwaves as well . (Radio Boise)