“We understand there is a sense of fear in the community,” the Moscow Police Department said in a Sunday news release.
The four students were evidently stabbed “by an edged weapon such as a knife,” the Moscow Police Department said in a statement Tuesday. No weapon has been recovered, and no suspects are in custody.
For a second consecutive year, the four-year schools will hold the line on in-state, undergraduate tuition.
Students won’t be hacking into computer systems in CYB 110, but they will be getting an introduction into what cybersecurity means.
Students aren’t seeing much of an effect, at least not yet. But by spring, they could start tapping into internships and apprenticeships at the University of Idaho, Boise State University and Idaho State University.
A sharp dropoff in dual-credit enrollment accounted for much of the decrease. Enrollment numbers should come from other colleges and universities within days.
In a Tuesday email to staff and students, the University of Idaho president hails a reversal from shortfalls to a $900,000 surplus.
As cases continue to rise, the University of Idaho hopes to tests all students on campus. “We know this is not fun, but it is extremely helpful as we continue to identify and respond to where the virus exists on our Moscow campus,” President C. Scott Green and interim Provost Torrey Lawrence said Friday.