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Fake news: A not-so-fake problem

In this day and age, many Americans are worried about made-up news.

Americans feel positive about finances, study shows

Most Americans feel good about their finances and that they are getting better.

64 or 4,645: how many died from Hurricane Maria?

A Harvard study reports 4,645 people have died in Puerto Rico, over 70 times higher than the official government count of 64.

“This is America”

Childish Gambino's "This is America" is a harsh look at reality for many Americans in our time.

Protests are necessary to exercise voice

2017 has seen a large amount of protests in a short amount of time.

President Trump’s 100 days begin: What students are expecting to happen

With the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency arriving on the Jan. 20, many residents of Rexburg have doubts as to how effective those first one hundred days are going to be, and it does not seem to be connected with political stance.

Pakistani girl becomes a symbol of hope

Malala Yousafzai, a 14-year-old Pakistani girl now internationally recognized for her courage, was shot in the neck last Tuesday by the Taliban for expressing...

Government endorses more entitlements

On January 20, 1961, during his inaugural speech, John F. Kennedy made the following statement: “And so my fellow Americans: ask not what your...

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Recognizing the signs of suicidal behavior

How to recognize suicidal warning signs and help people who struggle with suicidal thoughts.

Power 2 Become

Power 2 Become was hosted in the John W. Hart Building on Friday, Oct. 27. Speakers encouraged students and guests to discover their passions,...

Upcoming film festival highlights student work

The Snake River Film Festival is a great place to see some of the quality work BYU-Idaho video students have created.

“My reassignment was a miracle”

Missionaries sent home during the pandemic share their personal experiences when receiving the call home.