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Scroll app mobilizes campus news

The BYU-Idaho Scroll launched its official mobile app Tuesday, July 7 to more effectively inform the BYU-I community. The Scroll app is available on iPhone,...

Caffeinated drinks cause discussion

Caffeinated drinks are not available for purchase on campus. “To my knowledge, it has always been this way,” said Todd Huchendorf, director of Food Services....

People of BYU-I: Julia and Kristen, Nicole, Jaycee, and Dylan and Andrew

Q: Why did you guys want to do nursing? Julia: It is a long story. Kristen: A really long story. Q: Did you guys just happen upon...

The Spread: Landscape

The one thing Rexburg will always have is wide-open spaces. Instead of wishing there were a mall, take some photos and appreciate that you...

PEOPLE OF BYU-I: TWO EAGLES, EMMA AND HANS, LINDA, DANNY AND TANNER

Q: What are some of the ways that your Native American background has influenced your life? "Well, in one way, my tribe, the Cheroenhakka Nottoway Indians,...

Showing emotions does not show weakness

“So I woke up late this morning! I didn’t have time to do my hair, and I almost got kicked out of class for...

Motherhood extends beyond biology

I’ve had the lessons. Most of my generation has: being a mother is a wonderful thing. Raising children is one of the most important things we...

Capoeiristas combine music and fighting

Of all the workshops available on campus, there is only one where students can learn to both dance and fight at the same time....

Hope resonates despite limitations

Using a wheelchair can be seen as a limitation, but Keith Barney, a recreation professor, sees it as a possibility to accomplish things from...

Musical groups unite to portray Israel theme

  The premiere of “Ezekiel: Son of Man” featured several BYU-Idaho Department of Music performance groups including Rix Stix Percussion Group, the University Choir and...

Bands ‘battle’ for spot in coming show

  Bands came together at auditions Oct. 30 for a chance to be in this semester’s Battle of the Bands. The show will take place...

Black powder and archery open season

BYU-Idaho Outdoor Activities hosted an archery and black powder rifle shooting trip at Badger Creek Oct. 26. Students and volunteers practiced their shooting skills on...

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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.