One terminal accident decided the fate of one BYU-Idaho student, though his positive reaction continues to inspire thousands.
Those who attend the forum will have the opportunity to hear from a civil engineer, a statistician and an IT manager. They will share their stories — from choosing their majors to discovering their career paths.
The day thought to be celebrated for the color green, leprechauns, clovers and pinching is coming up. However, few BYU-I students understand what is truly celebrated on this day.
Sister Neill F. Marriott, second counselor in the Young Women general presidency, will address students at devotional on Feb. 27 at BYU-Idaho Center.