Articles by Sydney Jensen


Former BYU-Idaho paramedic student pleads guilty to three felony charges

A former BYU-Idaho paramedic student has pled guilty to three felony charges of obtaining a controlled substance by deception, misrepresentation, fraud or forgery. Nicholas Sherman, 29, was arrested and charged in 2016 after police discovered he had managed to write several fraudulent prescriptions while interning at Madison Memorial Hospital in Rexburg, according to East Idaho News….


Avoiding aggression is the best way to fight injustice

Of course it’s appropriate to feel passionate and speak out about issues that matter to us. But, no amount of yelling, screaming or adult-tantrum throwing ever secured long-term or beneficial progress for individuals or society. Angry. Contentious. Combative. That’s how various news outlets described the meeting atmosphere where U.S. Congressman Raúl Labrador spoke to Idahoans…


New BYU-Idaho President Assumes Responsibilities

Brigham Young University-Idaho’s university president, Henry J. Eyring, assumed his new responsibilities Monday, April 10. Eyring has worked for the university since 2006, most recently serving as an academic vice president. His appointment followed the announcement that Clark G. Gilbert would be leaving BYU-Idaho to lead BYU Pathway Worldwide, which will administer online programs for…

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