Spring Formal brings community together with fine dining, free dance lessons

T.J. Gossard, Staff Writer
April 8, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Most Recent, Photos, Special Features, Top Stories

      With billowing, heavenly white curtains loftily luxuriating over the dance floor, elbow-high circle tables tightly wound in cloth from the top down that emitted a luminous... 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 »

UofI and LCSC emblems stolen

UofI and LCSC emblems stolen

Thomas Hansen, News Editor
November 8, 2013
Filed under Crime, Most Recent, Special Features, Top Stories

LCSC and UofI had their visual representation stolen from the NIC signs off of Northwest Boulevard the weekend of Oct. 19. Patrick Murray, the supervisor of campus security, said that the emblems were pried off the signs over the weekend, and that the theft was noticed the following morning. LCSC's... Read more »

‘Ghost hunters’ investigate NIC

‘Ghost hunters’ investigate NIC

Christina Villagomez, Webmaster
October 30, 2013
Filed under Most Recent, Special Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized, Video

  What causes people to see ghosts? According to Sheena Dudley, member of the Idaho Paranormal Research Investigations & Society (IPRIS), the majority of ghosts people think they see are the results of electromagnetic fields (EMF) interfering with the electrons firing in their brains. “Electromagnetic... Read more »

Flashback: North Idaho College

Flashback: North Idaho College

Beau Valdez, Christina Villagomez
October 15, 2013
Filed under Most Recent, Photos, Special Features, Top Stories

Take a stroll through history with these archived photographs of NIC through the years.    

NIC: Tobacco-Free no more

NIC: Tobacco-Free no more

Christina Villagomez, Webmaster
September 16, 2013
Filed under Campus News, Special Features, Top Stories

NIC is no longer an entirely tobacco-free campus. “There’s a compromise,” said Dean of Students and Director of Health Services Linda Michals. “We’ve created some smoking areas for people to be able to smoke.” Alex Harris, director of student development, said the large number of students... Read more »

Former student finds high-flying Internet fame

Former student finds high-flying Internet fame

Christina Villagomez, Webmaster
September 16, 2013
Filed under Life, Special Features, Top Stories

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Student prowls park as Scarywood monster

Student prowls park as Scarywood monster

Kaye Thornbrugh, Managing Editor
October 29, 2012
Filed under Life, Most Recent, Special Features

Jesus Nunez gives new meaning to the phrase “odd job.” He works in a swamp that teems with lizard women and animatronic frights. Beyond the butcher shop, past the crowd of feasting cannibals, near the crackling electric room where victims fry—that’s where you’ll find him. It’s a fifteen-minute... Read more »

NIC connects with creativity

March 4, 2012
Filed under Special Features

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Legacy of strength

Legacy of strength

Kaye Thornbrugh, Managing Editor
February 27, 2012
Filed under Life, Most Recent, Special Features

When Nicholas Black Elk was an old man, he had a dream. In the dream, Black Elk saw young American Indian men and women all dressed in red. They had carried a sacred fire across the land—through tornados, rain and hail—and were coming into Wounded Knee to liberate the people. The dream became... Read more »

Wilco rocks Spokane

Wilco rocks Spokane

Christina Villagomez, Webmaster/News Editor
February 12, 2012
Filed under Entertainment, Special Features

 A hundred ghosts waited for something to happen. They didn’t wait long; the lights dimmed and the soothing murmur of the crowd below the stage began to rise into a crashing crescendo of cheers. The ghosts, which in the previously well-lit auditorium had appeared... Read more »