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Recreate responsibly: Respect the outdoors

Grand Teton National Park's public affairs specialist gives advice for how visitors can simultaneously protect and enjoy the park this summer.

Make America green again

Keep America Beautiful Month comes around just in time for spring.

A workout performed 3 feet in the air

Students can mix up their workout by trying out slacklining at the BYU-Idaho Center.

Looking ahead to upcoming sports

Students have numerous options when it comes to recreational sports on campus.

Volleyball with a twist

Normal volleyball, but with a ball 10 times the size.

Work up a sweat in aerobics class

Aerobics is one of many fitness classes offered to students on campus.

Rexburg Rapids opens

A new stage in Idaho Rebounds allows local water part to open.

Outdoor safety 101

The Bureau of Land Management educates communities on outdoor safety during the pandemic.

Hike on over to the ORC sale

The ORC's back to school sale is on now.

Student by day, baller by night

Getting degrees and making baskets: why students take time to play basketball.

Recreation management major splits in two

A new major to be created in the Department of Human Performance and Recreation.

Outdoor leadership opportunity

A new class focused on outdoor activities leadership development is now being offered on campus.

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