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Students find a home in the STC

Students who once crowded into the Mark Austin Technical and Electrical Engineering Building for classes are now finding a home in the Science and Technology Center. Josh Backstein, a sophomore studying computer science, said he felt as though the Austin Building did not have the space or resources for his major. “It seems like we…

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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…


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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…



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