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My dad isn’t going to walk me down the aisle?

Christmas season, which is also engagement season, is here — the question, "Should I do a civil marriage, ring ceremony or a temple sealing?" starts to arise.

Senate advances bill to protect same-sex marriage

The United States Senate got the bipartisan support it needed to advance a bill to codify same-sex and interracial marriage into federal law.

Necessary steps to get married

From BYU-I-do to walking down the aisle, here are the necessary steps to remember when getting married.

Editorial: The divide between single and married students at BYU-I

Single students and married students at BYU-Idaho need to address the socially harmful and self-perpetuated segregation between their parallel lives.

Column: Spiritual excavation after a divorce

How I found the courage to confront my decaying soul.

COLUMN: Engaged? 5 tips for planning a wedding in college

Here's a list of things you can do to stay organized while planning your wedding during the semester.

The experiences of a young student mother

"Everybody thought it wasn't a good idea for both of us to keep studying."

Column: International love at BYU-I

Do cultural differences divide us or unite us?

How to recognize sexual abuse in marriage

Five warning signs of sexual abuse in marriage and how to get help.

Changing your name at BYU-I

Planing a wedding is already complicated enough — don't let changing your name be too.

Happily never after: Healing from broken marriages

Students share their healing process after divorce and ending their engagements.

Marriage ≠ consent

The words "I do" don't erase a person's right to their own body.

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Flourish Point closes its doors

It's a new era for Rexburg's Flourish Point — on Dec. 1, the organization made the transition to a website-only resource.