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3 nearby ski and snowboard resorts students can visit

BYU-Idaho students beat the winter blues by hitting the slopes at renowned Northwestern ski resorts near the university.

Orphanage Support Services Organization Changes Lives in Ecuador

Here's an opportunity to travel abroad, learn about different cultures and change children's lives.

Civil Rights Movement: He lives to tell the tale

Earl Woolery Jr. shared his experiences about what it was like to be alive during the American Civil Rights Movement.

BYU-I alumnus gives back by bringing Magic to the community

Magic is in the air of Rexburg as the owner of GamePulse, Isaac Beavin, once again hosted Rexburg’s most competitive board game tournament of Magic: The Gathering.

Are winter tires actually worth it?

Some people think they can’t afford winter tires, but here’s why you can’t afford to not have winter tires.

BYU-I student starts a lightsaber company

BYU-I student, Darrell Harris, starts a company based on a show he has never seen.

Unexpected life changes for international students in Rexburg

Follow the story of a Taiwanese freshman and an Ecuadorian fire and safety officer as they survive the trails of Rexburg.

Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership lends a helping hand

Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership seeks to empower the community and serve Idaho’s most vulnerable groups.

From Idaho to Canada and back

Basketball took this BYU-Idaho student to multiple states and even another country but, in the words of Dorothy, "there is no place like home."

End-of-year reflection: Seth Orton

Seth Orton, a junior from Washington, reflects on the past semester at BYU-Idaho.

Samantha Arias manifested her passion for piano during her recital

Samantha describes the song by Debussy that she performed, "La Plus Que Lente," as happy, blissful and beautiful.

The other side of the door: What a summer of sales looks like

The hours, the money, and the lifestyle of a summer door-to-door salesman.

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Hidden treasure at BYU-I: One year later

A year after Scroll hid a geocache on campus, who has found it, and what treasures were taken (or left behind)?

LDSPMA opens new chapter at BYU-I

The society connects students with professionals in the publishing, media and arts industries.

Learn to kayak in chlorine

Roll up to the John W. Hart Physical Education Building's pool for kayaking lessons.

BYU-Idaho web development team wins national award

After winning at the state competition in March, the Website Development and Design team from BYU-Idaho went on to win first place at the BPA Post-Secondary Nationals in Dallas, Texas.