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Saying goodbye to the Gilberts

Written by: Tori Sheets and Emily Brady It was a Monday night. Spring was just starting to win the battle against its predecessor. Winter was planning its last snow storm for the next morning, but on this Monday evening, the snow was starting to disappear. That night, President Clark G. Gilbert and his wife told…

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Millennials put off saying “I do”

Written by: Spencer Board Millennials are saying no to marriage, according to a study by Bentley University. This is hardly the first time marriage has revolutionized in culture. In the 18th century, marriage transitioned from a means to better social or economic status to an act fueled by love, according to the same study. The…


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“No More Bad Days” gives away free hugs

Written by: Deven Kosciusko Passersby collected their free hugs from members of the student-run “No More Bad Days” depression and anxiety support group at the corner of Fourth and Center Street on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Michael Menendez, co-founder of the support group and a senior studying communication, said the ten-to-fifteen members meet once a week…

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How much are you spending on your wedding?

Written by Spencer Board  The average cost of a wedding in the United States is $29,858, according to the consumer finance website ValuePenguin. The average cost of a wedding in Utah is $15,257, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. There is a substantial difference between money spent on LDS weddings and money spent on weddings…


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Spreading awareness on world cancer day

Written by Antonio Cruz Santos When the Wiggins family took their sick six-year-old to the doctor, they did not expect to receive a diagnosis of Leukemia. “My parents realized that when I was young, I did not look as healthy,” said Preston Wiggins, a junior studying computer science. “They took me to a doctor and…

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#WeGoHigh inspires peace for the United States

Written by Antonio Cruz Santos Not long after President Donald J. Trump’s inauguration ceremony on Jan. 20, protests broke out all around Washington D.C. Some of these protests turned into confrontational riots, according to npr.org. “They began to destroy property and throw objects at people and through windows,” said Peter Newsham, interim chief of the Metropolitan…

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Have fun without the frostbite

Written by Kambria Amidan On Jan. 4, BYU-Idaho released a statement warning students of -30 degree windchills. If freezing temperatures do not hinder class schedules, should it hinder students’ ability to participate in social activities? “There’s cold, and then there’s Rexburg cold, where you got -30 wind chills and frostbite within minutes,” said Jess Barclay, a freshman…


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Making your resolutions work this year

Written by Kambria Amidan As new year rolls around, it is not uncommon for people around the world to start it off with new goals for the year. According to the Statistic Brain Research Institute, about 41 percent of Americans make resolutions each year, and less than ten percent of them feel successful by the…


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