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Religious freedom in the medical field discussed at Religious Freedom Conference

A bill attempts to pass in multiple states to give medical professionals religious rights.

The positive role of religion in criminal justice

From BYU's Religious Freedom Annual Review.

Rexburg police chief reflects before retiring

Learn more about the chief of police set to retire June 24.

Who is Rexburg’s new police chief?

Learn more about Rexburg’s new chief of police.

The hunt for formula: Enduring the baby formula shortage

BYU-Idaho students and Rexburg residents struggle to find baby formula amidst nationwide shortage.

The Idaho Falls Chukars off to hot start

The Chukars find early success in first part of season behind an explosive offense.

Cheap meals: A journey into the wallets and fridges of BYU-I

Seven cost-efficient meal ideas suggested by your peers.

The Spotlight: Gracie Robertson

This week's student spotlight covers Gracie Robertson, a sophomore and event coordinator at BYU-I.

Revive & Thrive Clothing focuses on sustainability and style

Revive & Thrive Clothing is now open to shop thrifted goods in person.

Three things you missed from the communication senior panel

Communication seniors at BYU-Idaho shared their experiences to help students decipher their career paths.

Flying the flag on Flag Day

Celebrate Flag Day with a brief history of the Red, White and Blue.

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Devotional cover: Called to serve

Curtis Henrie shared his devotional address on September 20 in the BYU-Idaho Center.

Devotional preview: Joel Judkins

Joel Judkins will be addressing students in the upcoming devotional on Sept. 27.

‘Napoleon Dynamite’ is featured at The Romance Theater

Gosh! The Romance Theater kicks off fall semester with an Extended Play Cinema event.

Artwork of renowned artist coming to the Jacob Spori Art Gallery

An art exhibit featuring Walter Rane is being showcased in the Jacob Spori Art Gallery.