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BYU-I professor shares published poetry

BYU-Idaho professor Mark Bennion shares the inspiration behind his poetry, now in three published books.

One book at a time

Her grandfather gave her a wooden box as a gift; Now, that box sits outside her house in Rexburg for anyone to use.

The ghosting of Special Collections

According to legend, the ghost of Lorena Flamm, one of Rexburg's first settlers, haunts the Special Collections.

LISTEN: The ‘horrific’ journey of writing children’s horror stories

BYU-Idaho English professor, Joshua Allen, tells his story in a podcast.

Furry friends in Special Collections

A Google search by the team revealed leopard print beaver coats often went for prices as high as $3,000.

Library offers blind dates with books for lonely readers

Green said the event will give students the opportunity to test out their blind dating skills on random books.

David O. Mckay Library is your new best friend

The David O. McKay Library is located at the center of campus by the Manwaring Center and has many different resources to help jump-start a college career.

The library becomes a student’s best friend

"There are lots of books on campus, but they tend to be more scholarly rather than fun," Stanton said. "If you're looking for a novel or a book on how to knit something or a fishing guide, this would be the place to come.”

Students of Rexburg — A Ball Full of Joy

Meet Heather Randall, a freshman studying art.

An Eyring education comes full circle

“My family is moving to Rexburg, Iowa,” 7-year-old Henry J. Eyring declared proudly to his elementary school class in Atherton, California, after finding out...

Be a light to those around you — no matter the season

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced their newest Christmas campaign entitled “Light the World,” which will be rolled out on Dec. 1.

Madison Library’s On the Same Page returns

The Madison Library kicked off this year’s On the Same Page event with their book giveaway Jan. 13. Cathy Stanton, one of the librarians involved...

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Dreaming from Bolivia to BYU-I: The story of Junior Tovar

This is the story of how a violin changed a man's life.

Treehouse Talks Rexburg — An intimate setting for the Rexburg community

Treehouse Talks is a new weekly occurring event in Rexburg, allowing students and locals to be vulnerable and open with their peers.