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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.

COLUMN: I love planet Earth

We are blessed to live on this beautiful planet, let's take care of it.

Column: Peaceful like a panda

The trials and obligations of life can swarm your mind; it's important to find a moment of peace and take control of your life.

Did the Wii and PlayStation 3 just become retro gaming consoles?

As time passes, more gaming systems become nostalgic relics. These systems are now on the path toward the retro club.

Getting lost in the wilderness

BYU-Idaho is flanked by campgrounds and national parks on all sides, and students can take advantage of opportunities to escape the city.

Lions, tigers and servals, oh my

The Idaho Falls Zoo is open as a great option for dates, roommate outings and educational experiences.

Divers, come display your abilities

Have you ever wanted to go to the pool and have fun doing dives off the board? Find out here about dive night at the pool.

A different kind of downtown

Despite just being known as a city, Honolulu can't help but feel like the tropical heaven it is.

Rexburg loves the red, white and blue

A rundown of Rexburg's Fourth of July celebration.

Blazing the trail through Harriman State Park

The ORC offers summer horseback rides.

Packed stadium for the Whoopee Days Rodeo

The Rexburg Whoopee Days Rodeo took place Friday and Saturday evening.

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