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LDSTech holds app, game creation contest

In June, LDSTech announced the 2014 Gospel App and Game Development Contest, a chance for developers of all levels to create a gospel-related software...

Concealed carry not allowed on campus

New legislation went into effect allowing people with Idaho’s enhanced concealed carry permit to bring guns on public college and university campuses July 1....

Student engineers blast off at competition

A team of student engineers, physicists and mathematicians from BYU-Idaho launched an 8-foot rocket built from scratch at an intercollegiate rocket engineering competition held...

Construction requires parking lot closures

On June 9, BYU-Idaho received approval for a construction project that will require the closure of the Manwaring Center east parking lot and sidewalk...

Student insurance increases

Starting Fall Semester 2014, student health insurance at BYU-Idaho will increase by 32.7 percent. Kevin Miyasaki, Student Services and Activities vice president, said that what...

SRC speaks for students

The Student Representative Council acts as a bridge between students and administration at BYU-Idaho, ensuring that students’ voices are heard. Astrid Gaona, a senior studying...

Save kissing locations for marriage

Anyone who’s had a boyfriend or girlfriend at BYU-Idaho has found out it’s tactically impossible to find a good kissing spot. Rexburg is like a...

Disability Services assists in education

Disability Services at BYU-Idaho is striving to create an equal learning experience on campus for students, teachers and community members who are deaf or...

Student finds sport through trial

  Emily (last name omitted on request) is known on campus as the “devo girl.” Since last semester, she has been attending devotional almost every...

Campus expanding, being renovated

After the announcement that Ricks College would become BYU-Idaho, a 4-year institution in June 2000, the Planning of Facilities and Construction Department began preparing...

Mini Writing Lab benefits students

Last semester, J.P. Sloop, instructor and Writing Center administrator, started the Mini Writing Lab at BYU-Idaho in an effort to offer all students the...

Review of campus music promotes spirit

In November 2013, Camette Carpenter, a senior majoring in marriage and family studies, began reshaping the playlist of songs used in campus buildings. Carpenter said...

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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.