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Ancient ceremony performed on campus

Inside one of the newest buildings on campus, a 200-year-old ceremony takes place. In the Science and Technology building new initiates are taken into a darkened room to become members of the newest engineering society here on campus. Tau Beta Pi is a prestigious engineering society that recently formed here at BYU-Idaho. With a long…

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Gilberts host their final campus Q&A

President Clark G. Gilbert and his wife, Christine, gave students both temporal and spiritual advice during their last Q&A session on March 9 at BYU-Idaho before they leave to head the new BYU-Pathway Worldwide program. During the Q&A, students were allowed to ask President and Sister Gilbert questions via social media and also in person….


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Project works to recover 1960s telescope

Written by Kelly Walters The BYU-Idaho physics department and the electrical engineering department are collaborating together to recover the university’s                     largest telescope. The telescope, originally brought to campus in the 1960s, has not been functioning for several years, thus preventing public access from students and…

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Remembering BYU-Idaho’s legacy

On Feb. 14, the Science and Technology Center was dedicated by Neil L. Andersen, adding this building to the long line of tradition and excellence at BYU-Idaho. With all the change in the past years, the legacy and spirit of Ricks College continues to grow after its transition to become BYU-I in 2001. With seven…


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Rumors of threat to campus confirmed false

The following is a press release from University Relations: At 9:19 a.m. BYU-Idaho Security received a call from an employee who reported seeing an armed individual on campus. Campus Security contacted the Rexburg Police who responded immediately. Together they quickly located the individual who was identified as a grounds crew member carrying a tree trimming tool…

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Forum teaches students to innovate

Clayton Christensen discussed his idea of disruptive innovation to BYU-Idaho students in a forum Feb. 16. “No one has influenced my thinking more than Clay Christensen,” President Clark G. Gilbert said in his introduction of Christensen. Christensen, the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, is considered one of the…



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