News

NIC finally ending relationship with Higher One

NIC finally ending relationship with Higher One

With their contract with Higher One coming to an end, NIC is looking at other alternatives to replace the Higher …

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the time has come once more: NIC holding really big raffle

the time has come once more: NIC holding really big raffle

The North Idaho College foundation and carpentry programs are at it again, building a house for this year’s raffle winner. …

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Financial Aid Office switching to new system, requiring student ID only

Financial Aid Office switching to new system, requiring student ID only

Starting on March 16, the NIC Financial Aid Office only accepts student ID cards as a form of identification in …

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President Obama addresses college students

President Obama addresses college students

On March 11 the White House invited journalism students from across the country to listen and join in on a …

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NIC student sheds more light on Bekken scandal

NIC student sheds more light on Bekken scandal

Most recently a female NIC student came forward to inform the police of her interactions with the infamous Joseph Bekken. She …

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‘Footsteps: a Journey of Many’ returning to NIC

‘Footsteps: a Journey of Many’ returning to NIC

The “Footsteps: a Journey of Many” exhibit returns to NIC with new topics and club involvement. This year’s exhibit, themed …

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Sports

NIC Softball off to a hot start in 2015

NIC Softball off to a hot start in 2015

The Cardinals begin their season with hot bats, solid pitching, and a 12-1 start. The 2015 campaign opened with a …

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Wrestlers compete at national tourney

Wrestlers compete at national tourney

Heavyweight Taylor Kornoely won the NJCAA national championship for his weight class 3-1. He outlasted Richard Black of Noesho. Dajour …

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Cardinals fight til’ the end

Cardinals fight til’ the end

The Cardinals lost to College of Southern Idaho in the championship game of the NJCAA Region 18 tournament. They lost …

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NIC Women’s Basketball finish season

NIC Women’s Basketball finish season

NIC’s Women’s Basketball’s efforts this year have led to an 18-13 overall record, and some exciting games before their march …

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Gonzaga Will be a Huge Threat in March

Gonzaga Will be a Huge Threat in March

I have heard a lot of people tell me their opinions about this Gonzaga Bulldogs basketball team, the opinions were …

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The Lady Cardinals look to take the league by storm

The Lady Cardinals look to take the league by storm

The Lady Cardinals are 2-3 since the start of the spring semester have five games left in the regular season. …

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Features

The Grand Budapest Film Club Screening

The Grand Budapest Film Club Screening

What would life be like if we were living in Wes Anderson’s world? Would your beige house be painted bright …

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Cole the Hobby Painter: an artist spotlight

Cole the Hobby Painter: an artist spotlight

Cole Chandler, a 20-year-old nursing student from CDA, dabbles with art in his free time. His art houses a combination …

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Dining with Democrats: An insider story

Dining with Democrats: An insider story

I’ve known him for 4 years. He used to wear polos everyday–not by his choice. I saw when he came …

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Freedom Rides to NIC, civil rights speaker addresses students

Freedom Rides to NIC, civil rights speaker addresses students

Schools teach the history behind the fight for racial equality, but on Thursday, March 19, NIC students and community members …

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Communications Club hosts local businesswomen for ‘Day of Dialogue’

Communications Club hosts local businesswomen for ‘Day of Dialogue’

The Day of Dialogue: Woman Power in the Community was held on Tuesday, March 17 in the Student Union Building …

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‘Dryland’ makes first Idaho appearance at NIC

‘Dryland’ makes first Idaho appearance at NIC

The directors of “Dryland” were busy with other projects when they spotted a sign along a Washington highway one day …

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Latest Topics

NIC Softball off to a hot start in 2015

NIC Softball off to a hot start in 2015

The Cardinals begin their season with hot bats, solid pitching, and a 12-1 start. The 2015 campaign opened with a …

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Fey and Poehler 2016

Fey and Poehler 2016

Ahhh 2015. What a time to be alive. The sun is shining, the birds are singing and people are finally …

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The Grand Budapest Film Club Screening

The Grand Budapest Film Club Screening

What would life be like if we were living in Wes Anderson’s world? Would your beige house be painted bright …

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Cole the Hobby Painter: an artist spotlight

Cole the Hobby Painter: an artist spotlight

Cole Chandler, a 20-year-old nursing student from CDA, dabbles with art in his free time. His art houses a combination …

Read More

Dining with Democrats: An insider story

Dining with Democrats: An insider story

I’ve known him for 4 years. He used to wear polos everyday–not by his choice. I saw when he came …

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Freedom Rides to NIC, civil rights speaker addresses students

Freedom Rides to NIC, civil rights speaker addresses students

Schools teach the history behind the fight for racial equality, but on Thursday, March 19, NIC students and community members …

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