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Freshmen: What’s new

A few changes are headed to BYU-Idaho for the Winter 2020 Semester.

There will be a new ropes course opening at the end of the winter semester in April. The BYU-I Ropes Course will have a climbing tower, a giant swing and a team development course designed for groups to practice teamwork and communication skills. Activities such as the “Whale Watch,” a balancing game; and the “Wild Woozy,” a trust-building exercise; are designed to create an enriching outdoor experience.

The Energy Plant will have a new 1,000-ton chiller that will save BYU-I over $100,000 in electrical costs.

Visit Student Activities in the Hyrum Manwaring Student Center to learn more about all the specific activities that students can access during the semester, including a Slam Dunk competition in January, the Power to Become Conference, the Valentine Ball, and more.

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