Daily Archives: January 23, 2017


#WeGoHigh inspires peace for the United States

Written by Antonio Cruz Santos Not long after President Donald J. Trump’s inauguration ceremony on Jan. 20, protests broke out all around Washington D.C. Some of these protests turned into confrontational riots, according to npr.org. “They began to destroy property and throw objects at people and through windows,” said Peter Newsham, interim chief of the Metropolitan…


Have fun without the frostbite

Written by Kambria Amidan On Jan. 4, BYU-Idaho released a statement warning students of -30 degree windchills. If freezing temperatures do not hinder class schedules, should it hinder students’ ability to participate in social activities? “There’s cold, and then there’s Rexburg cold, where you got -30 wind chills and frostbite within minutes,” said Jess Barclay, a freshman…


Cue in Alyson Cambridge

Written by Kambria Amidan Opera music will fill the air at BYU-Idaho.     BYU-I students will have the opportunity to listen to opera singer Alyson Cambridge on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 7:30-9 p.m. in the Eliza R. Snow Center for the Performing Arts Ruth H. Barrus Concert Hall. “The concert will include operatic selections…

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