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The Symphony and University Bands share stories through music

The first concert that united the Symphony and University Bands showed a variety of compositions from different styles, epochs and musical instruments.

BYU-Idaho to fully open Fall Semester

An official notice released today gives a look into what Fall 2021 will look like at BYU-Idaho.

BYU-I quartet wins competition

BYU-I's Jupiter Quartet wins the 16th Annual Boise Chamber Music Society Competition.

Scenes of springtime

If you forgot what spring looked like in Rexburg, here's a quick reminder.

BYU-I’s vocal area honor recital

Fourteen of BYU-I's student soloists perform for in-person and online audiences.

University Store receives award

The University Store at BYU-Idaho recently received an award for excellence in course material management.

Devotional cover: Recognizing God’s hand in our lives

Brenda Summers discusses the importance of searching for and learning to recognize the hand of God in everyday life.

Devotional preview: God’s guiding hand

Brenda Summers will speak to students about recognizing the hand of God in their lives.

Former BYU-I president’s legacy lives on after his death

During his life and into his death, Joe J. Christensen reminded us all that there are "summits yet to climb." He urged and inspired us to never give up on the metaphorical mountains in our lives.

You are enough

You are not defined by past mistakes, flaws or the opinions of others.

“May the fourth be with you”

BYU-I students celebrate National Stars Wars Day with games, costumes, and lightsaber duels.

Devotional cover: The stones of the gospel

Elder and Sister Wong invite students to make the gospel a bigger part of their lives.

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Police log: From gift card creepers to bedroom peepers

Police took a report of fingerprints found outside a bedroom window.

Balance only the gifted will know

Rolling wheels? More like falling heels.

Devotional cover: How to overcome the ‘mountains’ in our lives

Elder Jeremy R. Jaggi, a General Authority Seventy, and his wife, Amy Jaggi, shared a message of hope during devotional.

Breaking news: Kyler Miskin, Rexburg drive-by shooter, sentenced to 5-year incarceration

Kyler Miskin appeared before Judge Boyce who sentenced him according to the felony crime of a Rexburg drive-by shooting in 2020.