Articles by Tyler Fowler

Students index in the Oscar A. Kirkham Building. Indexing is a way to collect and store data for accurate information retrieval.

Activities department helps index records

The BYU-Idaho Activities Program has developed a program to digitize old school records. Students who are being trained have volunteered to help train others in indexing the records. “We are indexing student records that date from the time the university was still Ricks College,” said Jose Meza, the student indexing manager and a senior majoring…

Steven Montgomery, a junior studying computer information technology; Dallin Nead, a junior studying computer information technology; and Cory Graham, a junior studying electrical 
engineering discuss plans for their movie. Every person listed as cast and crew on the movie’s website is currently a student at BYU-Idaho.

Horror movie produced by students

The Haunted Swing is a full-length horror film written and filmed by students at BYU-Idaho. These students don’t belong to any particular gro on campus, they just wanted to make a film. According to, The Haunted Swing is based on an event that happened in Eastern Idaho. Five children were killed in a house…

Success Conference

Conference helps students succeed

The Student Success Conference was held on Jan. 26 in the John Taylor building. The purpose of this conference was to help students handle the life of a college student. The conference offered eight different workshops. Each workshop focused on a specific life skill that would help students have more success in college and throughout…

Honor Code screenshot

School unveils new Honor Code site

The BYU-Idaho Honor Code website has recently been remodeled to help students and employees understand what is expected of them while attending this university. It is now available on the BYU-I website. The old website had simple bullet points to show the basic policies of the Honor Code with no explanation or teaching. Now, it…

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