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Gorsuch fights for faith rights

By Serena Miezientseva Some say Judge Neil Gorsuch is likely to rule in favor of religious freedom on the U.S. Supreme Court, due to his stances on Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer, for which Gorsuch heard arguments on April 19. Results are still forthcoming. In the highly publicized Hobby Lobby vs. Sebelius case, Gorsuch concurred…

No Sale for Drunk People

  Intoxicated individuals are not to receive any beer or wine from vendors in Idaho Falls, according to the Idaho Falls City Council. Council members decided Oct. 14 that any vendors who sell beer or wine to someone who is already intoxicated could have their license suspended by the city of Idaho Falls. “We want…

Idaho Falls Reconsiders Alcohol Sales Times

The Idaho Falls City Council met Sept. 28 to have the second out of a three-part discussion about whether Idaho Falls needs extended hours for the serving of alcohol. A decision has yet to be made about whether to serve alcoholic beverages 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on Sundays. According to the ordinance amendment that…

Volleyball: alumni vs. students

A team of students and a team of alumni gathered on Nov. 14 in the John W. Hart building to compete in a game of volleyball. As the game began, names were announced. The student team danced as their names were called while the alumni team simply raised their hands in recognition to their names….

Academic studies go international

A new major is coming to BYU–Idaho in the fall semester of 2010: International Studies. The International Studies major will have a large expanse of content to study. These areas include business, economics, health science, geography, history, and political science. These are also areas of emphasis within the major. This major is meant to be…

The library’s best kept secret in the basement

BYU–Idaho’s best-kept secret has finally been revealed: a computer lab huddled right next to the computer help desk. The former testing center was refurbished and brought back to life as a computer lab for students. Remodeled a year ago, the McKay computer lab as it’s called has been shown to new freshmen through campus tours…

Swine flu still a threat to students: be ready

Even though the number of cases of swine flu on campus is low, BYU–I administrators still urge prevention. “We [at the Student Health Center] expected it to happen when all the students moved back,” said Shaun Orr, administrator for the Student Health Center concerning the spread of the flu. Fortunately, the increase in students did…

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