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Rep T customizes hometown swag

Students in the Integrated Business Core apply business skills through Rep T business. Rep T is an IBC group that sells personalized merchandise with imprints of any state or country with “home” and “served” on them. Students can buy their shirts there or bring their own to have printed on, said Rep T CEO Jake…

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Campus ARS prepares for Fox Hunt event

Amateur Radio Society helps students develop skills in electronic communication. ARS will be meeting on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in the Mark Austin Technology/Engineering Building to prepare for their upcoming Fox Hunt event. “The Amateur Radio Society exists to promote skills in the area of electronic communications and to build connections that will help its…

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New course teaches social change

The Department of Business and Communication recently approved the Social Innovations course as an official class. The department is offering the class for Winter Semester 2016 under B399R. Spencer Hoffman, a junior studying healthcare administration, Mark Nygren, a faculty member of the Department of Business Management, and Nathan Gwilliam, CEO and creator of adoption.com and an…


Summit to display final senior projects

The BYU-Idaho Department of Communication will host the 2015 Communication Summit, featuring 62 senior projects and 12 local businesses publicizing internship opportunities for current students, on Wednesday, Nov. 18 in the BYU-I Center. The summit will include the presentation of senior projects to local business representatives, university administration and faculty members from the Department of…

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BYU-I sets new academic standards

The academic standards for BYU-Idaho have changed, according to the New Academic Standards Web page on the BYU-I website. Kyle Martin, the university registrar for the Student Records and Registration Office, said the new standards were created for students’ benefit. “We’ve changed the academic standards to focus more on the students’ academic performance, which means…


Students present thoughts at iTalk

iTalk will host an event Nov. 12 featuring three students discussing global topics on the BYU-Idaho campus. “The society does this by giving students an opportunity to teach others what they are passionate about,” according to the iTalk Facebook page. “iTalk is a student event with a goal to create future experts and professionals.” Katie…

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McMullin testifies of the resurrection

Keith B. McMullin, the chief executive officer of Deseret Management Corporation, shared his testimony of the resurrection with students during last Tuesday’s devotional. McMullin shared a story of how he shared his testimony with a stranger he met through his travels. This man’s name was Eric. Eric was a professed religious man who said some…

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Nursing lab provides hands-on experience

The nursing department is working to expand its simulation lab to help students receive hands-on experience while involved in the nursing program. Linda Orchard, the simulation lab coordinator and a faculty member in the nursing department at BYU-Idaho, said the nursing department has made multiple changes this semester — the largest being that they have…

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