Learning by Faith: Education at BYU-I

A report put out by the Pew Research Center in late April calls into question the relationship individuals with different education levels have with religion. The report states, “The idea that highly educated people are less religious, on average, than those with less education has been a part of the public discourse for decades, but…the…


Rugby: The ruck comes to Rexburg

Brigham Young University-Idaho welcomes rugby to intramural sports this spring. For many international students at BYU-I, rugby is almost like a religion. It is home. It is their comfort. It is their happy place. “When we’re born, instead of getting a teddy bear, we’re given a rugby ball,” said Dallyn McLean, a sophomore from South…


Pornography: Will you join the fight?

What would you do if a local radio station advertised how to hide a porn habit? After an Arizona radio station aired a public service announcement detailing how to hide pictures of “naked juveniles,” petitions and public outcry has “put tiny Benson (Arizona) on the map,” according to an editorial by the self-declared radio station…


Infertility brings some student couples closer

“You are not alone,” said Brittney James, a BYU-Idaho alumna. “There are more (people) out there than you think who struggle with this.” April 23-29 was National Infertility Awareness Week in the United States. According to National Infertility Awareness Week, one in eight couples struggle with infertility. Married students at BYU-I are not immune to…

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