The BYU-Idaho administration approached Student Activities and asked them to plan an event to “reclaim Fridays.” First Friday debuted in the Winter 2019 semester and Layton reported over 2,000 students attended.
Ways to beat the heat while the Hart pool is closed.
“Things [President Henry B. Eyring] said, in the spirit of prophecy, have proven invaluable to generations of BYU-Idaho students and employees.”
Murder mystery coming to BYU-Idaho stage.
Elder Ronald A. Rasband and his wife, Melanie Rasband, will be speaking at the BYU-Idaho Center on April 28, at 5 p.m. The date and time for this devotional is taking place of the regular scheduled Tuesday devotional.
The traditional Indian celebration with a new spin will be celebrated in Rexburg, with proceeds going towards a good cause.
“Police responded to a local apartment complex for a report of stolen money and a stolen firearm.”
For those filmmakers, film enthusiasts or simply those looking for something to do, Rexburg brings in the first Grand Teton Film Festival.
Finding meals can be a daunting task for college students—especially those that fit the budget and meet nutrition recommendations.
83 percent of universities/colleges “reported operating a functional pantry currently serving students.”
She’s an artist, photographer, song writer and into calligraphy
Shinjin Lee, a student from South Korea, decided to fly to the States to visit some mission friends. That one trip changed the entire course of his academic career and his life.
“It’s a full meal,” Lund said. “It usually is the main meal they get each day.”
“When you go to a restaurant and order something, all you see is the final product. You miss all the components that came together to make what you’re about to eat.”