“There was water coming down from the ceiling, the fixtures, the outlets, the light switches and just anywhere it could come out,” Geist said. “We all just huddled in one room that was dry and slept there.”
Photography by Elise Rischar The Spori Gallery is showcasing the work of Scott E. Franson, a faculty member in the art department, until Thursday, Feb. 16. “Modules, Patterns & Repeats” is an exploration of two- and three-dimensional forms, according to the Jacob Spori Art Gallery webpage.
President Donald Trump’s Inauguration at the capitol building in the District of Columbia on Jan. 20 elicited diverse reactions across the country. Protesters, both peaceful and violent, were seen on the streets of the District of Columbia. Social media exploded with commentary from both sides. President Trump’s inaugural speech, the performances and those who attended the ceremony have been common topics of internet discussion.
With the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency arriving on the Jan. 20, many residents of Rexburg have doubts as to how effective those first one hundred days are going to be, and it does not seem to be connected with political stance.
Written by Shannon Wolfe. On the morning of Jan. 12, the Senate voted 51-48 to repeal Obamacare — otherwise known as the Affordable Care Act. This doesn’t mean that the healthcare act is suddenly gone, but it does mean some changes will be taking place soon. Here’s what you need to know as a student…