Rhythmic Circus taps up a show

Rhythmic Circus will be making hearts pound when they make their way to BYU-Idaho on Friday, Feb. 17. The group of dynamic dancers came together in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2007, but the original troupe’s core members have been choreographing and performing together since 2000, according to the company’s website. Since their start, they have grown…


Hot spot improv brings laughter

Written by Spencer Board If a student is looking for a good laugh and a date idea pre-Valentine’s Day, come to the Hotspot Improv Comedy show on Friday, Feb. 10. “Improv comedy is a lot like sketch comedy, except nothing is written beforehand,” said Benjamin Emley, president of the Hotspot Improv Comedy Club and a…


Barbershop voices ring out

Written by Spencer Board Saturday night was full of barbershop music and crowd cheers echoing through the Barrus Concert Hall of the Eliza R. Snow Center for the Performing Arts. “I never experienced anything like it,” said Josh Davis, a senior studying business management. BYU-Idaho’s Barbershop Music Festival had its last show Saturday night and…


Barbershop quartet Keepsake strikes a chord

Written by Antonio Cruz Santos BYU-Idaho will be hosting the award-winning quartet Keepsake on Feb. 3 as a part of the Barbershop Music Festival. In 1992, the quartet won the international Barbershop Quartet Contest, according to singers.com. “Many a cappella singers have at some point harmonized in the style of this original American art form…


More than a teacher

At BYU-Idaho the faculty are more than just teachers with degrees. The teachers here have real world experience. One example of those teachers is Scott E. Franson. Franson has is featured in one of BYU-Idaho’s latest exhibits entitled “Modules, Patterns and Repeats” and opened for public viewing in the Jacob Spori gallery January 9th. “In…


Cue in Alyson Cambridge

Written by Kambria Amidan Opera music will fill the air at BYU-Idaho.     BYU-I students will have the opportunity to listen to opera singer Alyson Cambridge on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 7:30-9 p.m. in the Eliza R. Snow Center for the Performing Arts Ruth H. Barrus Concert Hall. “The concert will include operatic selections…

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