Kip Harris, Dean of Students

Competitive Sports encourages honor

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Brother Harris said that students should reach out to others and lift one another.

“If you’re involved in competitive sports and all you think about is yourself, you’re doing it wrong,” Harris said. “In your roles as leaders, reach out and touch other students. Take time to be an influence for good, one person at a time.”

Harris had several students share their experiences of reaching out to lift and encourage fellow students. He also shared spiritual lessons he had learned through participation in sports.

“There’s not a single one of us that is entitled to be here; it’s a privilege,”Harris said.
Dustin Miller, a junior studying exercise physiology, serves as one of the program’s directors. He enjoys particpating in the sports offered on campus.

“Competitive sports has been the best experience I’ve had as a student at BYU-Idaho,” Miller said.

Miller encouraged all students to join the Competitive Sports program. He believes it will improve the life of anyone involved and will bring more happiness into their life. For a list of the competitive sports offered and a schedule of coming games students can visit www.byui.edu/activities.


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