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Sharing stories through songs

Cori Connors touches lives through her music and teaches others to do the same.

BREAKING NEWS: BYU-I releases COVID-19 vaccination rates

A recent study shows the vaccination rates of BYU-Idaho students and employees are significantly higher than the state averages.

REACTION: BYU-I students talk general conference

Two days of faith-filled sermons and a temple announced in Rexburg. What did students have to say?

Rexburg concertgoers suit up for a night of live music

Suit Up, Soldier, Rally and Ambrian won over fans at the Romance Theater Saturday night.

Winter 2022 parking information

The University encourages students to make preparations before considering bringing a vehicle for the Winter 2022 semester

Idaho ranks as No.1 state for entrepreneurs

The Gem State has great opportunities for small business owners and start-up founders.

OPINION

Column: Tossing the Rexburg housing monopoly

BYU-Idaho is heavily involved with student housing. Here's why we should do away with the current approved housing system.

Seeing our world through words

BYU-Idaho students share poetry about the changing seasons.

Column: Unified as children of God

The simple knowledge that we are children of God binds us together in an increasingly contentious world.

PROJECTS

Police log: From food police to vandalism

Police took a report of a person possibly on drugs. When officers spoke to the person, they found he was just friendly and awkward.

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FEATURES

Ghosts haunt the Theater of the Lost Souls

The volunteers and customers at the Lost Souls Attractions share their encounters with real ghosts.

Monsters terrorize the Rexburg Straw Maze

As Halloween comes around the corner, so do monsters and ghouls at the Haunted Straw Maze and Forest

Therapy found within the Thomas E. Ricks Gardens

Therapy can be found within an unexpected location on campus.

Pumpkins and ghosts come out as fall begins

The start of fall allows pumpkin patches and haunted attractions to open up to the public.

PHOTO

The story behind the apartment of many plants

Sierra Gorder shares her journey of self-discovery from the path to her major.

Steps, sights and smiles

Students explored the sights while hiking up Taylor Mountain.

How we watch conference

See how members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints participate in general conference.