Articles by Emily Brady


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People of conference: Calum Wark

Calum Wark met the woman who would eventually become his wife while they were serving their missions in New Zealand. Once their missions ended, however, things became a little trickier: Wark was from Glasgow, Scotland, and his wife was from Arizona. After Wark and his wife were married last December, they decided to move to…

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Rhythmic Circus taps up a show

Rhythmic Circus will be making hearts pound when they make their way to BYU-Idaho on Friday, Feb. 17. The group of dynamic dancers came together in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2007, but the original troupe’s core members have been choreographing and performing together since 2000, according to the company’s website. Since their start, they have grown…

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Saying goodbye to the Gilberts

Written by: Tori Sheets and Emily Brady It was a Monday night. Spring was just starting to win the battle against its predecessor. Winter was planning its last snow storm for the next morning, but on this Monday evening, the snow was starting to disappear. That night, President Clark G. Gilbert and his wife told…

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Millennials put off saying “I do”

Written by: Spencer Board Millennials are saying no to marriage, according to a study by Bentley University. This is hardly the first time marriage has revolutionized in culture. In the 18th century, marriage transitioned from a means to better social or economic status to an act fueled by love, according to the same study. The…

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Hot spot improv brings laughter

Written by Spencer Board If a student is looking for a good laugh and a date idea pre-Valentine’s Day, come to the Hotspot Improv Comedy show on Friday, Feb. 10. “Improv comedy is a lot like sketch comedy, except nothing is written beforehand,” said Benjamin Emley, president of the Hotspot Improv Comedy Club and a…

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Barbershop voices ring out

Written by Spencer Board Saturday night was full of barbershop music and crowd cheers echoing through the Barrus Concert Hall of the Eliza R. Snow Center for the Performing Arts. “I never experienced anything like it,” said Josh Davis, a senior studying business management. BYU-Idaho’s Barbershop Music Festival had its last show Saturday night and…

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“No More Bad Days” gives away free hugs

Written by: Deven Kosciusko Passersby collected their free hugs from members of the student-run “No More Bad Days” depression and anxiety support group at the corner of Fourth and Center Street on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Michael Menendez, co-founder of the support group and a senior studying communication, said the ten-to-fifteen members meet once a week…

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