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Will new immigration policies affect BYU-I students?

BYU-Idaho students express their opinions on the new immigration policies implemented by President Joe Biden.

President Trump’s campaign policies and promises

Refresh your memory on the candidates' policies before election day on Nov 3.

Joe Biden’s campaign policies and promises

Refresh your memory on the candidates' policies before election day on Nov. 3.

Latino students on campus are concerned about their future in America

The immigration policy changes made by the Trump administration are affecting the Latino community at BYU-Idaho.

“Don’t thank the arsonists for putting out the fires they started.”

Even though Trump signed an executive order reversing his policy of separating families, he should not be praised for doing the most basic thing, not hurting children.

Trump signs executive order to stop family separation at the border

President Trump has signed an executive order ending family separation at the border, after recent backlash pressured the administration into changes to the policy.

LDS Church releases statement on border separations

“The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has long expressed its position that immigration reform should strengthen families and keep them together."

Rexburg families unite for immigrant families

The event was centered around families staying together and gave others the chance to speak out against this policy.

House Republicans draft bill to reunite children with their families

A new bill has been proposed that will tackle tough immigration issues.

Abolish ICE

Trump’s crackdown on immigrants and refugees highlights the need for a fundamental change in immigration policy.

1,500 children lost?

The hashtag #Wherearethechildren had the internet up in a storm about nearly 1,500 "lost" immigrant children.

President Trump discontinues program protecting young undocumented immigrants

Donald Trump, president of the United States, ended a program that protected young undocumented immigrants on September 5.

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Running with a colorful twist

Come join the color run at the upper fields this Saturday.

Stoppage time victory highlights an eventful night of competitive soccer

BYU-Idaho's competitive soccer began Friday night with four games.

Sam Brubaker teaches how to continually increase discipleship

Sam Brubaker celebrates the BYU-Idaho students' desire to become disciples of Jesus Christ.

AA Planthouse & Ecuagenera Rare Plant Expo comes to Rexburg

Local plant shop, AA Planthouse, hosts a rare plant expo with the Ecuadorian company, Ecuagenera, on Oct. 7 and 8.