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The Collegiate Dancers perform their way home

BYU-Idaho's Extravadance receives another standing ovation.

Three, two, one … light the tree! Maybe?

Here's what you missed at the campus Christmas event and tree-lighting program on Thursday.

Books and Buddies’ last family literacy event of the semester

Books and Buddies completed its last session for the semester — serving over 50 kids in the community.

Women’s water polo: Double overtime sees the Knights win third match in a row

The second-ranked Knights played against the top-seeded Spartans.

BYU-I Visual Society hosts Adobe MAX Retreat

Students learned from the pros at the Adobe MAX Retreat on Nov. 11.

Senior Showcase is back

Learn where to see the Communication Department's senior projects.

Come experience captivating performances at Extravadance: Home

BYU-Idaho collegiate dancers will present Extravadance: Home, "Where Our Story Begins" this week.

Elevate Competition: ‘One heart, one mind, one faith’

The top five teams of Elevate competed to see whose social change plan would win.

Students wove heartwarming stories at The Yarn

The Yarn gave communication students the opportunity to gather and share their personal narratives.

Bruins overcome Wolverines to gain second win of the season

The Bruins beat the Wolverines in a competitive volleyball match.

I-Talent show astonishes audiences

I-Talent: A Night With Dragons showcased some of BYU-Idaho's most talon-ted performers.

What is IBC?

Every semester, Integrated Business Core is a required course for students studying business or marketing.

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