Articles by Andy Cochran


Amid grief, Haitian students turn to service

As time passes, the affects of Haiti’s earthquake don’t disappear, but rather become more apparent in the lives of BYU–Idaho students.   Farah Jn-Baptiste, a sophomore from Haiti studying health science, experienced a shift in her world when she received a visit from the bishop, relief society president and elder’s quorum president of her student ward…

Grand Pianos Live showcases comedy

Piano performers showcased their talent March 6 at BYU-Idaho’s Grand Pianos Live. Taking place in the Barrus Concert Hall, the night of music produced laughter and cheering from  the audience. The performances ranged from classical pieces such as “Prelude in G Minor” by Rachmaninoff and “Toccatta in E-flat minor” by Khachaturian to original compositions and…

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