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Get a late-night snack at Frynight

For BYU-Idaho students craving an evening snack, they can look to Frynight, one of the Integrated Business Core groups this semester.

Frynight is a new company on campus that sells fries. The employees pride themselves in coming up with unique options every week, with this week’s special being “Animal Style Fries,” inspired by the popular California food chain, In-N-Out.

The fry stand is located in the Hyrum Manwaring Center from 7-10 p.m., Monday through Friday.

“My favorite thing about Frynight is the people,” said Abbie Pond, one of the company’s three CEOs. “It’s a lot of work … but what makes it worth it to me is the people I’m with. It’s what makes me want to get out of bed every morning.”

Frynight was originally named Frydays, but underwent a name change to better align with the brand.

“We are looking into possibly being open during the day,” explained Pond. “On Nov. 12, we are also getting together with all the other IBC groups and doing an ‘IBC Farmer’s Market.'”

Click here to learn more about BYU-I’s new fry shop. Keep an eye out for more IBC information by following Scroll‘s Instagram.

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