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Column: ‘Tis the season before Thanksgiving

It's okay to start celebrating Christmas now.

EDITORIAL: Is privacy a problem in Idaho’s “friendliest” town?

While Rexburg boasts a friendly casualness, sometimes the concept of privacy seems to lack priority.

The Savior is never out of reach: A deeper look at the woman with an issue of blood

To Jesus Christ, we are not just another face in the crowd; He sees us, understands our struggles and can heal us if we reach out to Him in faith.

Column: International love at BYU-I

Do cultural differences divide us or unite us?

Column: Don’t let movie theaters die off

Just because we can watch movies in different ways doesn't necessarily mean we should.

Opinion: Candy corn is the worst part of Halloween

To celebrate National Candy Corn Day, I am here to tell you why it's the most inedible candy ever created.

Is manifestation real, or are you just really hot?

How can you manifest the things that you want in your life?

COLUMN: Perfectionism: The Facade of Flawlessness

Everything in my life that I had built was taken down in a matter of hours as I was diagnosed with severe anxiety.

Column: Snapchat, the death of romance

Snapchat wraps users in a myriad of psychologically manipulative tools primed for eroding authentic romance.

Column: Tossing the Rexburg housing monopoly

BYU-Idaho is heavily involved with student housing. Here's why we should do away with the current approved housing system.

Seeing our world through words

BYU-Idaho students share poetry about the changing seasons.

Column: Unified as children of God

The simple knowledge that we are children of God binds us together in an increasingly contentious world.

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Give water polo a shot

Campus water polo is available to join at any point in the season.

How to earn credits with a language exam

Learn how BYU-Idaho students who speak a foreign language can earn up to 12 credits.

What is Social Dance Rexburg?

A husband and wife pair up to offer the community a place to dance the night away.

“The Rexburg boredom cure”

A student business attempts to make dating in Rexburg more fun.