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Six days to ‘Build Something Worthy’

From Feb. 4 to Feb. 10, The Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering and the Department of Computer Information Technology hosted their first-ever Hack Week.

3 tips for guys at BYU-I to step up Mutual game

Here are some easy ways to spruce up your Mutual account.

The Church’s online platforms to get new identities

Affective March 5, the Church’s official website will become ChurchofJesusChrist.org. The new domain name will begin pointing to the lds.org home page.

Find joy running for cash

Why BYU-Idaho is the fastest growing campus for a new app, JoyRun

Keep it in your pocket for Pizza

Would you be willing to not use your phone to get discounted food?

Social media trends copy Snapchat

Puppies, puking rainbow faces and flower crowns are all staple filters from the successful app, Snapchat. However, on Tuesday, May 16, Instagram announced new...

New app allows Pokemon fans to “match em’ all”

“PokeMatch,” a new mobile dating app helping Pokemon fans find people with similar interests, was released in July. Users sign in with their Facebook account...

UPDATE: Rexburg Police Dept. joins Campus Security in Yik Yak investigation

University Relations released an update to students and faculty at 12:42 p.m. regarding the non-specific Yik Yak threat: BYU-Idaho is still working to confirm the...

Scroll app mobilizes campus news

The BYU-Idaho Scroll launched its official mobile app Tuesday, July 7 to more effectively inform the BYU-I community. The Scroll app is available on iPhone,...

New app eliminates wait at Crossroads

Students no longer need to stand in line to order food at the Crossroads. Tapingo allows students to order and purchase their food through...

Beta of BYU-I app coming soon

The BYU-Idaho mobile application will soon be entering into beta testing for Android and iOS devices. “The BYU-I app is a proof of concept,” said...

IMLeagues app mobilizes campus sports

Both BYU-Idaho recreational sports and competitive sports use the website IMLeagues to organize teams, schedule games and keeps track of teams’ wins and losses. The...

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