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BYU-Idaho Ag Days returns to campus
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BYU-Idaho Ag Days returns to campus

BYU-Idaho Ag Days is an opportunity for students and community members to learn about the different elements of agriculture, including where food and clothing come from. A variety of activities, including a job fair, games, carriage rides and food, will take place on Thursday June 18 from 10am to 3pm at the Upper Playing Fields….

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Student growth leads to campus construction

Construction is underway on the BYU-Idaho campus. During the spring semester, routes to the Hinckley and all of Sage Street and First West between Fifth South and Seventh South have been blocked off. “More students and the growth of academics is the main cause for the recent developments,” said Rulon Nielsen, the director of Facilities…

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University hosts student blood drive

BYU-Idaho hosted its most recent American Red Cross blood drive June 3-12. Every two seconds, a United States citizen is in need of blood, according to the Red Cross website. “The American Red Cross supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood supply,” according to the Red Cross website. Brendon Harker, a student Red Cross…

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Students benefit from meditation workshop

Meditation is a way students can learn to be more thoughtful, manage stress and come closer to God. Meditation and Mindfulness workshops are held every Wednesday in the John Taylor building room 120 from 5-6 p.m., according to the BYU-Idaho weekly email. “I started coming to help with pain,” said Andrea Stephenson, a senior studying…

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BYU-I to host eating disorder prevention conference

The BYU-Idaho Counseling Center will be sponsoring a conference dedicated to the prevention and recovery of eating disorders, Thursday and Friday. The conference includes a series of six presentations that will be held in the Gordon B. Hinckley Building chapel, room 240, according to the Eating Disorder Recovery & Prevention Conference Facebook page. The first three…

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President Gilbert finds time to attend the temple

President Clark Gilbert gave spiritual guidance in his second question and answer forum Thursday, June 11 in the Taylor Chapel. Myles Primm, a freshman studying communication, asked President Gilbert how he finds time to go to the temple and gain spiritual experiences with his busy schedule. “You will find different points in your life where going…

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