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RixStix prepares for Christmas concert

BYU-Idaho’s smashing percussion gro, RixStix, will perform with its new steel band ensemble Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ruth H. Barrus Concert...

King’s Singers and BYU-I students unite

World-class a cappella gro The King’s Singers will visit BYU-Idaho Dec. 4-6. They will collaborate with BYU-I students and be part of the university’s...

BYU-Idaho students keep opera alive

Three BYU-Idaho students received awards for the Idaho/Montana district in the Metropolitan Opera competition auditions. They revealed what it is like to sing opera...

Let relationships be “aw” not “ew”

I’m sure we can all agree church is a place to feel the Spirit and be edified. I’m sure we can also agree it is...

Avoid toxic relationships when dating

BYU-Idaho students discuss the dark side of dating, saying that being aware of potential dangers allows them to do some sifting and find the...

6,000 dance costumes lost in flood

While many parts of campus were virtually untouched by the flood of Spring Semester 2014, others are still overwhelmed by lingering effects of its...

Dance department still dealing with damage from flood

While many parts of campus were virtually untouched by the spring semester flood, others are still overwhelmed by lingering effects of destruction. Dance department costume...

Planetarium transforms with time

Brian Tonks, a BYU- Idaho physics and astronomy instructor, said the BYU-I planetarium has been in the George S. Romney building since both structures...

Campus planetarium filled with history

Brian Tonks, professor of physics and astronomy at BYU-Idaho, said the BYU-I planetarium has been in its current location in the George S. Romney...

Ventriloquist Lynn Trefzger Coming to BYU-I

Friday, Sep. 26 Lynn Trefzger, a ventriloquist with over 30 years of performing experience, will perform in the Oscar A. Kirkham auditorium. According to Trefzger’s website,...

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Rexburg Airport hosting airshow this weekend

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