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College of Physical Sciences and Engineering

With geological puns and cat jokes, explore the education offered by the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering.

Feasting with smiles and service

A luncheon buffet provided a social event for the female employees on campus.

Plants defying gravity

What may at first look like a fish tank hanging from a tree is actually a tiny plant fed only by air.

New computer science catalog coming Spring 2020

"Our mission is to better align with the mission of the university," said Scott Burton

Devotion to Devotional: Playing the organ for thousands of students

For organist students who play at devotional, they have two goals: don't be noticed, and don't mess up.

Increasing security in a digital world

What’s spookier than a virus or a hacker taking over computers and identities?

Engineering up a competition

Twenty-five staples, fifty sheets of paper and five inventive towers.

Talking about talking

Lauri Arensmey will address language usage at Tuesday's devotional.

When Pizza and Computers Unite

At the start of the semester, students from any major relating to Computer Information Technology (CIT) were invited to an opening social to eat pizza and to learn about the CIT society.

Winter gardens aren’t so dormant after all

Despite the snow and cold, the Ricks Gardens are still a place for students to learn and relax.

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Column: Line upon line — How continuing revelation prepared the Church for the pandemic

Sometimes miracles pass by unnoticed, but recent calamities have underscored the blessings and preparations of the Latter-day Church.

Column: Must-dos for your must-do adventure

Everyone is going to Goldbug Hot Springs! This is all you have to do to plan your trip.

Rexburg Airport hosting airshow this weekend

The Rexburg airport will have a free air show event June 19.

Juneteenth is signed into law as a national holiday

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden established Juneteenth as a federal holiday.