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Danicakes brings Europe to BYU-Idaho

The IBC group Danicakes brings a Danish snack to BYU-Idaho.

IBC company finds success with BYU-I’s highest-voted snack

Twisted Pretzelz brings BYU-Idaho's highest-voted snack to students.

Acquire the sweetness of life through IBC Cookie Jar

When Walmart is a little too busy, cookie cravings can be quenched by IBC Cookie Jar.

Banded Rings: Rings to remember

With Banded Rings, spoons are used for more than eating.

Get a late-night snack at Frynight

Take advantage of Frynight's late hours and grab loaded fries this fall semester.

‘Mando’ visits the Pretzel Parlor

Pretzel Parlor is an IBC company that uses a popular Star Wars character, the Mandalorian, to gain attraction on campus.

Scrubalicious: Cure dry skin this cold season

The Integrated Business Core company Scrubalicious brings organic sugar scrubs to BYU-Idaho.

Pinning down a victory

Students got their chance to relive their high school wrestling glory at BYU-Idaho's wrestling tournament.

IBC group scratches boredom away

Scratch dares BYU-Idaho students in Rexburg to have more fun.

Unraveling The Yarn: An unforgettable evening to come

The Yarn invites students to share the writing that helped them reckon with their pasts, grapple with putting memories into words and deepen their overall sense of self.

Scale up your night at I-Talent: A Night with Dragons

Come on Saturday to experience a "How To Train Your Dragon"-themed talent show!

Three steps can help prevent tragedies

Question. Persuade. Refer. Three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide.

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Shirley Weekes: ‘Be ye therefore perfect’

In her devotional message, Shirley Weekes spoke on perfection, the pressure that comes with it and how one may overcome it.

What would Rexburg look like without BYU-I?

Without BYU-Idaho and its students, the city of Rexburg would look a lot different.

Rapper Staz the Hokage takes on Rexburg

Staz the Hokage shares his love for hip-hop with Rexburg.

Flourish Point closes its doors

It's a new era for Rexburg's Flourish Point — on Dec. 1, the organization made the transition to a website-only resource.