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Rexburg hosts first-ever Pride event

Colorful flags, fabulous outfits and rainbow decorations covered Porter Park on June 26 for the first Rexburg Pride event.

Let’s accept others’ differences, for their good can add to ours

Opposites may not always attract but when they do unite, it can form one complementary, cohesive whole

Immigrants should be accepted in USA

According to NPR, protesters blocked buses of immigrant detainees scheduled to be processed at the Murrieta Border Patrol Station in California last July. The protesters...

BYU-I Students Aren’t Okay With Racism and the K.K.K.

Many students were surprised and disturbed by the appearance of several posters in Rexburg asking for recruits into the Ku Klux Klan. Jami Larsen, a...

International student adjusts to America

Mahatma Ghandi said, “A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.” A variety of different cultures are held within...

The importance of being globally aware

(Editor’s note: This is an opinion piece and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial or writing staff.) For the past few weeks,...

Don’t just finish tasks, build people

I love being a journalist. I love solving last-minute problems, challenging myself to write a last-minute story, and striving for accuracy and perfection. Most of all, I...

Class Discussions on Sporting Gay Friends and Family

Students in the Capstone class at BYU-Idaho discussed how to show love and sport toward friends and family who are gay while holding to...

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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.