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Natural or artificial: which is better?

An article about the controversies found between complimentary therapies and western medicines.

Should all relationships be exclusive?

An article about the concept and opinions of open relationships.

Should Mormons become vegetarians?

It is about the growing problems with cancerous meat in today's society.

Take a look at Peter and The Starcatcher

The article covers how they made the show come to life and the message they wish to get across to the audience.

Shedding light on “Our Darker Purpose”

An article describing the band, Our Darker Purpose, and the music they play.

Finding Jesus Christ in your daily life

The clock ticks and chaos erupts as the day barely begins. The life of a college student can be a hectic one. “It helps at times...

Opinion about curfew?

Written by Courtney Mason.  Tick tock, the clock chimes at the stroke of midnight for all BYU-Idaho students to hurry home in order to maintain...

Students discuss racial equality and understanding at BYU-I

February is Black History Month, and students at BYU-Idaho feel that racial ignorance is still a battle citizens face in today’s society. Donnya Negera, vice...

DJ Productions presents “When I Grow Up”

Written by Courtney Mason.  DJ Productions presents "When I Grow Up," a thematic dance where individuals can dress up in the attire attributed to their...

Brazilian dance is now available at BYU-I

Story by Courtney Mason.  Latin, swing, country and ballroom are well-known styles of dance available at BYU-Idaho, but now Forró is available, too. Gustavo Iglezia, a sophomore...

When dating apps get dangerous

Kaity Elisa (name has been changed), a student at BYU-Idaho, said she met her husband on a social media app, but before this success...

New gym dress policy causes debate

Wearing leggings and yoga pants in the gym. Does that fit the standards? Leggings have become a controversial topic at BYU-Idaho. The dress and grooming...

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Footage shows The Cove apartment intruder was also at the Cedars

Police find footage of The Cove apartment intruder at the Cedars women's apartment complex the same morning.

Retired BYU-I professor passes away

Jacque Weekes, a retired BYU-Idaho professor, died on April 29.

Students find beauty and creativity in poetry

Poetry is a "dying art" that lives on through the passions of many students at the poetry workshop.

5 life lessons that can be learned from improv comedy

Comic Frenzy is all fun and games, but important life lessons can be learned from improv comedy.