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Column: Ten years later, I’m still a junior in high school

Love has changed surprisingly little in a decade.

COLUMN: You should stop lying to your kids about Santa

The timeless tradition of Saint Nick is sweet, but lying to your kids — not just about Santa — could have some very negative outcomes. Read on to find out why.

COLUMN: 5 Christmas movies to watch before the holiday season ends

With Christmas just around the corner, check out these fun flicks to get into the holiday spirit.

OPINION: Evolution and Christianity

Opening my mind to different possibilities of the Creation deepened my relationship with Heavenly Father and increased my trust in Him.

Column: Harry Styles concert turned into therapy session

I haven't felt this happy and relaxed for a long time. Harry brought the therapy I needed.

Column: The liberal black sheep

What is the experience of liberal BYU-Idaho students?

Is Tom Holland the best Spider-Man?

With the recent release of Spider-Man: No Way Home's new trailer, one fact has become even clearer: Tom Holland is the best Spider-Man.

Column: Taylor Swift has never been overrated

The significance of Taylor Swift's songwriting and entrepreneurship goes far beyond the music.

COLUMN: “Through a glass, darkly”

In the midst of a serious personal struggle, a mysterious source provided an answer.

The startling stats about daylight saving time

It's time to illuminate the truth of the semiannual time change and how it affects almost every area of life.

Opinion: Celebrate fall holidays within their seasons

Celebrating Christmas before Thanksgiving interferes with the holiday of gratitude.

Holy sacrifices: A deeper look at Sariah’s trials of faith

Putting God first requires great faith and sacrifice; but, in turn, He will lighten our burdens and carry us through our trials.

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Mark Watkins: Overcoming obstacles by following your passion

Mark Watkins shares his experience of being visually impaired while still pursuing his love of music.

BYU-I professors to publish book on mental health support in the classroom

BYU-Idaho professors seek to support students by publishing a book about improving mental health and education in the classroom.

Problems with parking passes and solutions to make them tolerable

Some suggestions from a BYU-Idaho student to improve the parking pass system.