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The meaning behind the masks

BYU-Idaho students let their masks smile for them by choosing unique styles.

Winter commencement to be streamed online

An official notice shared details of the upcoming graduation live stream.

Technology allows general conference to be heard everywhere

Potentially exposed to COVID-19, Elder Gong recorded his talk prior to conference.

Angela Cheng performs at BYU-Idaho

Students had the opportunity to watch Angela Cheng's piano recital on Jan. 29.

College Cribs: Comfort away from home

BYU-Idaho students share how they make apartments feel like home.

The 5 Browns: Creating beauty from tension

This family of piano prodigies and sex abuse survivors tell their story through their music.

A dance to remember: one of the last performances in the Kirkham building

BYU-Idaho "came alive" as the BYU Ballroom Dance Company performed their nationally and internationally recognized dances

Sounds of Spori featuring Vic Fox

This summary was written by Jordan Henrie. Bo Brusco and Joe Stay, primary members of the local surf rock group Vic Fox, harness the sound...

BYU-Idaho: “Student focused by design”

BYU-Idaho launched a new campaign to educate new students that BYU-I is "student focus by design."

President Henry J. Eyring’s inauguration date announced

President Henry J. Eyring, the 17th president of BYU-Idaho will be inaugurated on September 19. According to a letter sent out by BYU-Idaho, the inauguration...

Adventure awaits in Eastern Idaho: The Weekly Image

Written by Arun Verma Eastern Idaho’s natural beauty has been dotted with decaying buildings all around the region. Sunken roofs, shattered glass and splintering wood...

Is Puerto Rico becoming the 51st state?

Fifty nifty United States from thirteen original colonies! Many of us can remember learning that song as we learned the history of the United States. But the day might eventually come when we won't have quite as catchy a tune.

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Finance department introduces a new minor

Even though the minor likely won't be introduced until 2022, students can start working toward the minor now.

Rock climbing in the dark

Lights out. Scary movies playing sinisterly on the wall. Hands grasping in the dark for holds lit only by headlights.

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.