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- declining international enrollment. While other schools are seeing fewer and fewer international students, The College of Idaho (in large part through its partnership with the Davis UWC Scholars program) is on the upswing, currently serving students from nearly 90 different countries. (KIVI-TV)
  • Rich Britton '89 at First Interstate Bank. (Idaho Business Review)
  • Ali Rabe '10 is in the Boise area. (Idaho Press Tribune)
  • Kristine McDivitt Tompkins '72, co-founder of the Patagonia clothing line and former CEO of the company, to Chile in South America. (Stock Daily Dish) 
  • Did you know that , Steve Rule, attended the College? (Idaho Press Tribune)
  • The 2020 include alums (Mary Barinaga '91 and Melissa Dilley '06), an educator (Paula Phelps, Physician's Assistant program director), and parents (Leanne Rousseau and Rachele Klein). Congrats to the honorees!
Alan Minskoff
  • Instructor Alan Minskoff was , a daily topical news show on Boise State Public Radio. The topic was his new book, The Idaho Traveler, as he re-visited 24 towns across the Gem State and recounts his experiences from the journey, including the best sites and best spots for a bite to eat.  (KSBX Radio)
  • Political Economy Professor Jasper LiCalzi continues to be a sought-after voice about politics in southern Idaho. on whether or not the state needs changes to its constitution. (Idaho Press Tribune)
  • Speaking of guest columns, about backpacking through the Sawtooth Mountains and what she experienced when testing the water along the Boise River. (Idaho Statesman)
  • The Whittenberger Foundation hosted its annual luncheon on the College campus and to support the community. (Idaho Press Tribune)
Roosevelt Adams
  • Roosevelt Adams, a 2018 honorable-mention All-American while at the College, in the Philippine Basketball Association Draft. Adams was an all-conference pick for the Yotes following his senior season. (Manila Bulletin)
  • Ivory Miles-Williams, a junior, in an important Cascade Conference victory just after Christmas. (Idaho Press Tribune)
  • Future Yote Johnny Ranford, who has committed to attend the College, at Wood River High school in Hailey after scoring 47 points in a game. (Idaho Mountain Express)
  • The Yote football team following its conference-championship season led it to the NAIA national playoffs. (NAIA)
  • Two Yotes for their performances on the football field this season. (Yote Athletics)
  • Andrew Clifford continues to shine in the classroom and in the pool, where . (Idaho Press Tribune)