Daily Archives: January 17, 2017


Making your resolutions work this year

Written by Kambria Amidan As new year rolls around, it is not uncommon for people around the world to start it off with new goals for the year. According to the Statistic Brain Research Institute, about 41 percent of Americans make resolutions each year, and less than ten percent of them feel successful by the…


Legacies inspire us to create our own

A new year brings contemplation, resolution and goals. According to Pew Research, 44 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. I was one of them. Before Christmas, I attended a retirement party for a beloved woman, Patti. She had been my dad’s office manager for 12 years and watched my family grow up. She loved…


Emergency Medical Services return

BYU-Idaho’s EMS agency has been accepted by the State of Idaho. The agency acts as a substitute for the school’s old paramedic program, which was dropped last January according to East Idaho News. “The State of Idaho has a rigorous application process to ensure that anyone trying to create an EMS agency is properly vetted…


Garrett selected as new vice president

On Jan. 6, President Clark G. Gilbert sent a message to BYU-Idaho faculty announcing Rob Garrett’s appointment to the position of Vice President for Executive Strategy and Planning. “Rob brings nearly 15 years of experience at the university, having served as assistant director for enrollment, enrollment manager, admissions director, enrollment services managing director and most…

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