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Struggles of Being Self-Diagnosed by Google

Have you ever looked up your symptoms on Google and then quickly regretted it? Because same.

5 things to do during finals week

During this semester’s finals, we need to stop skipping things that are crucial in our everyday lives and start making them just as much of a priority as our school assignments. Self-care is important too.

Excuses do not make a marriage work

Did you know that more millennial married couples are choosing to keep their bank accounts separate than baby boomer married couples?

Millennials are changing the world

Millennials; a generation of innovation, a generation of technology or a generation of useless humans who “can’t even?”

Church takes down handbook after briefly publishing it online

Written by Kambria Amidan. On Nov. 15, Lds.org published Handbook 1 for a short period of time before taking it down after realizing it was not supposed...

Are we keeping up with the Kardashians instead of keeping up with Puerto Ricans?

How many times a day do we actively look out news stories with relevance to natural disasters, politics or the struggles of daily life? Many of us are too intrigued with the lives of television stars to pay attention to what the majority of the society is struggling with. That is why the media is giving us the news that we are getting.

Church leaders provide aid to Hurricane Irma victims

As of last weekend, the church had sent 29 semitrailers filled with food, water, emergency response equipment and cleaning and hygiene kits in order to provide relief to Irma victims, according to Mormon Newsroom.

Student creates third way of living life: Tripolar

Tripolar = (bipolar disorder - the belief that it is a limitation) + the life i want to live.

VidAngel now connects to Netflix and Amazon

Neil Harmon, CEO of VidAngel, announced that this new way of filtering will be available starting tonight on iOS and Android.

What brings other religions to BYU-Idaho?

A study looking into the reasoning of why non-LDS affiliated students and staff members attend BYU-Idaho.

Dating without the extra pressure

How can we, as BYU-Idaho students, make dating fun again?

People of conference: Rose Ansah-Antwi

Article written by Kambria Amidan Rose Ansah-Antwi grew up in Ghana as a member of the catholic faith. “I was catholic before I met the missionaries,...

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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.