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…
It’s not that we shouldn’t help, it’s that we shouldn’t let a corruptible, bureaucratic government help in our stead. The Founding Fathers wanted us to put our money, time and resource where we wanted and not allow the government to call the shots.
People around the country have been watching a live stream featuring April the giraffe waiting to give birth to her calf in the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York. A live video of April waiting to begin active labor has been streaming since Feb. 22 and has had tens of thousands of people watching…
EXCLUSIVE: Father and former fiancée of voyeurism suspect describe their attempts to balance justice and mercy
Two families’ worlds were rocked on January 20th, when Rexburg Police say Devan MacCabe, a BYU-Idaho student, was arrested and confessed to placing a hidden camera in the bathroom of his fiance, Anna Kretchman.
As snow levels from Rigby to St. Anthony break records from as far back as 1940, people may find themselves sliding, spinning and slipping more this winter.
“I just want people to know that we love him and we all forgive him.”