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The National Parks are coming to Rexburg

Tickets for The National Parks 8th Wonder Tour go on sale today.

No more citations for on-campus parking

BYU-Idaho Parking Services announced changes to permit parking on campus.

Six-foot tall imaginary rabbit coming to Rexburg

Play production Harvey features an imaginary rabbit.

Price of a ticket: Faith

Many people from all over the world came to General conference without tickets but had faith that they would be able to get in.

Students share their booting experiences

Top 7 Most Ridiculous Booting Experiences

Gentri returns to BYU-Idaho

Gentri brings their talents to Rexburg

President Henry B. Eyring’s artwork to be displayed at BYU-Idaho’s art gallery

Jacob Spori Art Gallery will be hosting an inaugural art exhibit featuring artwork from the president's father, President Henry B. Eyring of the First Presidency.

Too early to celebrate? Booting laws changing in Idaho

On July 5, at the Rexburg City Council meeting, Madison County Deputy Prosecutor Rob Wood gave a presentation regarding booting and the amending of...

New Ticketing System

A new ticketing service released in November 2016 allows students and BYU-Idaho Event Services to customize and find the events they are looking for. This...

Parking tickets on the rise in Rexburg

As the number of students attending BYU-Idaho grows, so does the number of parking tickets given.

Sold-out Christmas Concert: Archuleta and Pacheco take on BYU-I

David Archuleta and Nathan Pacheco perform at the BYU-Idaho Christmas Concert on Dec. 3rd, 2016 to an audience of 15,000 people.

David Archuleta’s BYU-I concert tickets are on sale.

Tickets for David Archuleta’s concert at BYU-Idaho go on sale Monday May 2. The former American Idol contestant will perform June 3 and 4 in the John W. Hart Building at 7:30 p.m.

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Three, two, one … light the tree! Maybe?

Here's what you missed at the campus Christmas event and tree-lighting program on Thursday.

Dalton Parkinson premieres short film ‘Below’ at Senior Showcase

The Communication Department Senior Showcase gave students like Dalton Parkinson the opportunity to demonstrate the growth and talents gained during their time at BYU-Idaho.

BYU-I students feel charity as they understand religious diversity

With the variety of students and backgrounds at BYU-I, Religion 100 offers opportunities for sharing religious beliefs.

Thanksgiving unto the Savior

Thanksgiving is an opportunity for us to grow in our capacity to show gratitude for many things, including our Savior.