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Come enjoy BYU-I’s Special Collection of copies of the Book of Mormon

Ever wanted to see a Book of Mormon from Joseph Smith's time? At BYU-I you can do that.

Come enjoy BYU-I’s Special Collection of copies of the Book of Mormon

Ever wanted to see a Book of Mormon from Joseph Smith's time? At BYU-I you can do that.

Making the move from Ghana to Idaho

What is it like to be an international student at BYU-Idaho?

Make campus your runway

Many students express themselves creatively through the clothes they wear.

The 170th temple of the Church is dedicated in Pocatello, Idaho

Many people gathered to witness the dedication of the Pocatello Idaho Temple.

Not just another donut shop

There are so many family owned businesses scattered around Rexburg. A small donut and gelato shop is among them, what is their story?

Police log: Landlord fraud and plane crashes

An individual reported fraud after receiving notice that they were denied a motorcycle application they'd never submitted.

Blended families among us

Firsthand exposure growing up in a unique family dynamic.

The rise of roundnet

The infatuation of roundnet, popularly known as Spikeball, reaches further than Rexburg students

Costume ideas for spooky season

A quick look at BYU-Idaho students' Halloween costumes this season that you can use this weekend.

Baby chicks come to BYU-I

Every semester, the BYU-Idaho Psychology Department brings live animals for the students to experiment on.

The story behind the apartment of many plants

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

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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.