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EDITORIAL: Where is civility?

People need to be civil.

Conflict motivates change: A lesson from Disney and Sony

No story is complete without conflict.

US threatens penalties of those engaged in brutality in Rohingya

More than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh

Catholic parishes in Mali attacked

Attendees of a church in Bodwal face threats by Islamic militants.

The US cannot solve all world problems

There is currently much discussion surrounding how the United States should respond to the ruthless and barbaric acts and ideology of ISIS. However, there...

Student helps LDS family in Pakistan

A suicide bomber in Pakistan has left an LDS family living in Pakistan, without a home. Skyler Swartz, a sophomore studying sociology, is raising...

Communicate in your relationships, don’t bottle your emotions

It’s well-known that clear and respectful communication is essential to any relationship. This is true in our homes, our workplaces, our classrooms and our...

Stop acting like a middle schooler online

Nothing says, “I’m immature,” like a good old-fashioned brawl on social media, and recently, I’ve seen a ton of them. Yes, I’m talking to all...

Religion not to blame for conflicts

Religion never leaves the world stage. The latest act in this epic drama involves the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also known as...

Listen to student concerns

Since coming to BYU-Idaho, I’ve noticed a feeling of discontent among some gros of students over specific school policies. I’ve heard this discontent while walking...

Current Event-Brother Skinner Forum

Today in the Taylor Chapel there was another great university forum. The speaker today was Brother Andrew Skinner. Joining us in the studio is...

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