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“May the fourth be with you”

BYU-I students celebrate National Stars Wars Day with games, costumes, and lightsaber duels.

COLUMN: Cancel culture isn’t so far, far away

What do the Sith and cancel culture have in common? They kill what they don’t like.

OPINION: Star Trek vs. Star Wars

In a heated battle, Star Trek would beat Star Wars with ease.

May The Fourth celebrated in Rexburg

This past weekend in Rexburg, several students and locals gathered for May the Fourth, also known as "Star Wars" Day. On May 3, the Romance...

Lego, a Star Wars story

“I’m a huge Star Wars nerd," said Christopher Chapman, who travelled over an hour to see the exhibit. "When I heard that there was an exhibit here with Legos — I like models, I like Legos— I had to see it.”

“May the Force be with you. Always.”

Star Wars is one of the many accepted cultures in the modern world, and we can learn from these movies about as much as on campus.

Give us more female protagonists

Mrs. Incredible said it best: “Girls, come on. Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don’t think so.”

The spirit of Ricks has friends this time of year

On Tuesday, Oct. 31, one could walk into the MC and notice Thor, fairies from Fairly OddParents and multiple takes of the many characters...

Macbeth strikes back at the Romance

The Romance Theater will be hosting “Macbeth Meets Star Wars” from May 4 to May 6. The show is intentionally scheduled to open on May the Fourth — a meaningful day for Star Wars fans.

The force awakens at Halloween concert

The BYU-Idaho Symphony Orchestra, music faculty members and sound and lighting crews are preparing for the 33rd Annual Halloween Concert.

Fandomonium Photo Gallery

Students attended an event called "Fandomonium" to celebrate various fandoms on June 4 in the BYU-Idaho Manwaring Center. Different booths at Fandomonium included portrait illustrations,...

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