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The insiders’ view of the Middle East

Thousands of miles separate BYU-Idaho from countries in the Middle East. Both areas have a predominant religion that turns heads when it makes the news: Mormonism and Islam. Individuals who have lived among both cultures and religions recognize similarities and obvious differences between them. Jeff Andersen, a professor in the Department of Humanities and Philosophy,…

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Lacrosse to be offered Spring semester

The upcoming spring competitive sports season will include golf, softball, tennis, track and field, Ultimate Frisbee and lacrosse. “The spread of nonnative lacrosse eventually led to its position today worldwide as one of the fastest growing sports, controlled by official regulations,” according to the U.S. Lacrosse website. Lacrosse is a team sport played with a…

GABRIELLE BARNS | Scroll Photography

Simba FBC wins futsal tournament

The team Simba FBC beat Kim B’s Finest on Wednesday at the semifinals and BYUI Barcelona on Thursday in the championship final game in the Recreational Sports advanced futsal tournament. Simba FBC beat Kim B’s Finest 10-9 and BYUI Barcelona 4-3. “This team is very humble, and we take time to prepare,” said Kristian Arzaga,…

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Workshop informs on benefits of HIIT

Wellness Activities held a workshop on high intensity interval training in the John Taylor Building Thursday, March 27. Joseph Anderson, a professor in the Biology Department, led the workshop. High intensity interval training periods may range from 5 seconds to 8 minutes long. They are performed at 80 percent to 95 percent of a person’s…

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