Cadaver Dissection Program Invites Students

Cadaver Dissection Program Invites Students

T.J. Gossard, Staff Writer/Photographer
April 22, 2014
Filed under Features, Life, Most Recent, Uncategorized

Doors were open for students to view the... Read more »

Staffer Connor Coughlin takes hell-ish ride in Utah

Connor Coughlin, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014
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The Long Ear not ready to quit any time soon

Christina Villagomez, Webmaster
April 16, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Life, Most Recent

400 records, 88 eight-track tapes, 3 cassettes and $6,000 was all it took to launch one of the longest running independent record stores in the country. [gallery... Read more »

Local veterans van comes to NIC

T.J. Gossard, Staff Writer
April 8, 2014
Filed under Life

Most students have probably seen the pictured white van camped on campus before, but few have likely inquired into why. The van is a “Mobile Counseling Unit,” and veterans can be provided counseling services there. Sometimes, for this reason, it is also called an MVC: “Mobile Veterans Center.” While... Read more »

Nez Perce tribe member gives emotional testimony

Robby Palmer, Staff Writer
April 8, 2014
Filed under Life, Most Recent

Ancient Nez Perce spirits filled the Lake Cda room at North Idaho College with a mission to tell their real story Monday March 10. “I’ve had enough!” Robbie Paul said, as she was referring to Chief Joseph’s mutual surrender. This was to be the last war fought by northwestern Native Americans. In... Read more »

Tool Kicks off New Tour in Spokane

Tool Kicks off New Tour in Spokane

Beau Valdez, Photo Editor
March 19, 2014
Filed under Art, Features, Life, Most Recent, Photos, Special Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Tool. March 4 2014. Spokane Arena. When I read those words back in January, I was ecstatic. You see, I’m an older college student. I graduated high school in 1999, just a few years after Tool was formed. Tool was formed in Los Angeles in 1990, and its members include drummer Danny Carey, guitarist... Read more »

Footsteps brings social issues to light

Connor Coughlin, Staff Writer
March 14, 2014
Filed under Features, Life, Most Recent

"Footsteps: A Journey of Many" makes its annual return to NIC, bringing with it many exhibits highlighting social injustice issues. Several NIC clubs put on their own exhibits. Many of the clubs were veterans of the event and made their return with a series of new displays. Others, such as Phi Theta... Read more »

Photography instructor to retire

Photography instructor to retire

Tyson Juarez, Features Editor
February 27, 2014
Filed under Features, Life, Uncategorized

Photography instructor Phil Corlis has had a long ride here at NIC and at the end of this current spring semester he will be retiring, leaving behind a legacy that may go unmatched for a long time. The energetic instructor’s career at NIC seems like it has gone by fast since he first arrived in... Read more »

Club breakfast successful

T.J. Gossard, Staff Writer
February 27, 2014
Filed under Features, Life, Most Recent

Early morning droplets of water were slithering down rooftop ice cycles on Feb. 8 as a ragtag team of do-gooders brushed their eyes of sleep and strapped up to serve a breakfast for the homeless. The American Indian Student Alliance, in conjunction with the Sociology Club and Veteran’s Club, orchestrated... Read more »

Review: Staffer reels in trouble on PlentyofFish

Review: Staffer reels in trouble on PlentyofFish

Christina Villagomez, Webmaster
December 9, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Life

Feisty and vivacious 21-year-old blonde seeks tall, dark, and handsome man to watch bad movies with. Must love “Star Wars,” offensive jokes, pets and classical Russian literature. Guys who like to cry or watch The Notebook need not apply. With the US Census Bureau counting... Read more »

Kindling interest in survival

Kindling interest in survival

Christina Villagomez, Webmaster
November 7, 2013
Filed under Life, Most Recent, Top Stories

In most instances, lighting fires on campus would be frowned upon, but Matthew Peck is planning on doing just that. Peck, 17, a dual-enrolled NIC student is hosting a fire building survival class in McLain hall on Nov. 19. Hosting the class is part of Peck's outdoor leadership program, so he said... Read more »

Latino Club kicks off Day of the Dead

Latino Club kicks off Day of the Dead

Connor Coughlin, Staff Writier
November 4, 2013
Filed under Features, Life, Most Recent, Top Stories

Amidst the numerous celebrations that went on Thursday's Halloween evening, there was one of a completely different nature in SUB on NIC Campus. Latino Club was alive and well throwing a celebration for “Día de Muertos,” otherwise known as the Day of the Dead. At the event, meals that included... Read more »