The rule of curfew at BYU-Idaho has stood out among hundreds of universities throughout the country. With it drawing both applause and jeers from students, it stands as a unique requirement the four-year institution has chosen to include in its rulebook.
Have you heard about BYU-Idaho’s being ranked the second best Christian college in the nation? Surprised? Shocked? Happy? Think it makes sense? Wondering who ranked higher than BYU-Idaho? All of the above are just a few questions and reactions students have had to the new ranking released just a few weeks ago.
One language dies every 14 days. Seventy-four are considered critically endangered and 130 are currently at risk. All of these statistics, along with photographs of dwindling Native American populations and their dying languages are showcased at the Vanishing Voices exhibit in the Jacob Spori Building through Feb. 9.