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COLUMN: A matter of life or death for our home

It isn't too late to go green.

WATCH: HART’s newest launch

The High Altitude Research Team launched their balloon on Saturday.

Physics Department hosting AstroFest

This is a family-friendly event, with science, technology, engineering, arts and math activities for children.

Failure is always an option

At the size of a large school bus and with a price tag of over $1 billion, the Hubble Space Telescope was the newest, biggest, fanciest and most expensive telescope yet when NASA launched it on April 24, 1990.

From Rexburg to the stars

"Engineering is the closest thing we have to superpowers as human beings,” said Jason Tuttle, a junior studying mechanical engineering. “To me, it seems that it’s through engineering that God made this world. So in a way, engineering is like one step closer to being like God.”

Get ready for Super Blue Blood Moon

A Blue Moon, a total lunar eclipse and a supermoon will happen for the first time in 150 years.

How much do you depend on GPS?

Seventeen years ago the United States allowed civilians to use GPS for the first time. What advancements occurred because of this decision?

NASA lands at BYU-I

Total solar eclipse and BYU-Idaho's willingness to participate in data collecting for NASA may solve a eclipse algorithm.

DISSENSION: Bullying doesn’t work

This week’s editorial is just another example of bullying from climate change devotees. Not only does it insult an enormous portion of the American people, it is based in half-truths and clever manipulations of data.

WATCH: Mission to Mars

4954269903001 Story by Tom Snider Over the past 40 years rovers have been sent to explore mars. NASA's website says that "NASA is developing the...

Utah man seeks one-way ticket to Mars

Since the landing of NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars on Aug. 5 and 6, 2012, the colonization of the red planet has become more...

Sitting: the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle

College students go to class, hold jobs, and relax with friends, often sitting down in the classroom and apartment or perhaps the campus library. This...

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Retired BYU-I professor passes away

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

Students find beauty and creativity in poetry

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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.