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Golf season has begun

BYU-Idaho Activities held its first golf event of the semester.

Devotional preview: Elder Arnulfo Valenzuela

BYU-Idaho welcomes a special guest for devotional.

5 tips for fun in the sun

Explore different ways students at BYU-Idaho can make the most of spring semester.

Facing fear: how the Ropes Course helps people grow

The BYU-Idaho Ropes Course gives a challenging experience in a safe environment.

How BYU-Idaho students can learn from women in the scriptures

Read about various scriptural female influences favored by the BYU-Idaho staff and students.

Devotional cover: Become steadfast in Christ

In his devotional address, Jake Romney urged listeners to develop a steadfastness in Christ.

Adeline Blomfield: BYU-I’s yogi

BYU-Idaho offers free campus recreation classes for students, and one yoga instructor has had a major impact on participants.

The Writing Center: what to expect

Learn what to expect from your tutoring appointment in the Writing Center.

Devotional preview: Jake Romney

Listen to Jake Romney discuss having a steadfastness in Christ in his devotional address.

May fitness challenge: Viking Race Step/Row challenge

The BYU-Idaho Campus and Recreation Center has issued its fitness challenge for the month of May.

Ball hockey returns to BYU-I

After more than two years, BYU-I brings back ball hockey as an intramural sport.

How to be a missionary in a Latter-day Saint community

In what ways can you share the gospel in your life?

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Column: How “Under the Banner of Heaven” desecrates the name of the Church

Hollywood is known for exaggerating true stories into more fiction than fact. This time, they've done it with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

What campus has to offer for family history work

Get to know the exclusive resources BYU-Idaho offers its students.

Spring cleaning at the University Store

A clearance sale at BYU-Idaho's University Store is being held from May 16 through May 21.

The Spotlight: Caleb Payne

NATAS North West Scholarship awarded $15,000 to Caleb Payne, a BYU-I student, for the second year in a row.