This new change includes texting, calling and video chats.
“The more miracles we notice, the more miracles happen.” A BYU-Idaho teacher created a podcast where people talk about the miracles in their lives.
The Golden Dragon Acrobats bring their talents, and a 25-century-old tradition, to Rexburg Friday night.
Green said the event will give students the opportunity to test out their blind dating skills on random books.
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Students competed in the slam dunk contest, assisted slam dunk contest and three-point competition Friday night.
“It’s a good way to make friends. It’s a fun thing to do.”
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A single student loss $7,700 to a scammer this semester alone. Rexburg Police Lt. Ron Ball gives advice to students so they don’t fall victim to these scams.
“The resume gets you in the door, but the second step is the interview,” Ahrendsen said.
Enrolling in concurrent enrollment courses allows high school students to study alongside students from around the world and people with life experiences, enriching their education.
Marrying someone is a huge commitment, but don’t overlook your relationship with your job endeavors.
Still don’t know what you want to be when you grow up? Academic Societies can help answer that question.
From covers of popular songs to songs about corn dogs, Acoustic Café performers brought their instruments and voices Friday night.