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Constitution Day brightens campus

A spectacular display graced campus on Constitution Day.

Who influenced freedom of speech?

A look into a few minds that helped develop free speech as we know it today.

BYU-Idaho celebrates Constitution Day

Student Support decorates the Smith quad with flags in honor of Constitution Day.

Election day a lasting tradition for over 130 years

"The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of age."

Students speak up for capitalism and the constitution

The Romance Theater held Rexburg's first political conference to encourage and engage political practice and thinking.

Dissension: We don’t need the federal government doing our job

It’s not that we shouldn’t help, it’s that we shouldn’t let a corruptible, bureaucratic government help in our stead. The Founding Fathers wanted us to put our money, time and resource where we wanted and not allow the government to call the shots.

We should treat immigrants as people

The United States of America was founded by immigrants wanting a better life for themselves and their posterity, as stated in the preamble of...

4 Ways to Defend Religious Freedom

D. Todd Christofferson said "religious freedom is under fire. How can modern followers of Christ protect religious freedom?

Mr. Trump, we have a right to speak

More than 337,000 Twitter users fled to their phones and engaged with President-elect Donald Trump’s latest tweet Nov. 29.

Ronald Nate Amendment adjustment

what would you do if you found out that using your scholarship at BYU-Idaho was considered "Unconstitutional"

U.S Flags Take Over BYU-Idaho Campus For Constitution Day

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKK7Y5TCjBM&feature=youtu.be Thursday marked the 228th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution. BYU-Idaho commemorated the event by decorating the campus with hundreds of...

Student Sport commemorates Constitution Day with ceremony, displays

BYU-Idaho Student Sport held a short Constitution Day ceremony Sept. 17 in the amphitheater. The organization also set displays around campus for students...

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