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Students find a home in the STC

Students who once crowded into the Mark Austin Technical and Electrical Engineering Building for classes are now finding a home in the Science and Technology Center. Josh Backstein, a sophomore studying computer science, said he felt as though the Austin Building did not have the space or resources for his major. “It seems like we…

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What are college kids eating?

A recent study claims one in three teenagers arriving for their higher education are unable to boil an egg, according to dailymail.com. “Sometimes the families don’t cook,” said Leah Baker, a freshman majoring in general studies. “That could result in college students not knowing how to cook. It can be laziness, too.” Students don’t know…

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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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