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Seeing our world through words

BYU-Idaho students share poetry about the changing seasons.

Blazing the trail through Harriman State Park

The ORC offers summer horseback rides.

Nature calls: How C.J. Adams went from a daydreaming tourist to a Teton Park ranger

Fourteen-year-old Christopher Adams became enthralled with the Tetons, leading his career toward becoming a National Park Service ranger.

Recreate responsibly: Respect the outdoors

Grand Teton National Park's public affairs specialist gives advice for how visitors can simultaneously protect and enjoy the park this summer.

On the other side of the lens

Caryn Esplin shows how photography has brought adventure into her life.

3 ways to connect with nature while snow is on the ground

BYU-I can be chilly in the opening months of the year, but you can still connect with your nature side.

The healing power of nature

Scott Sweet shows how geology and art collide.

Outdoor safety 101

The Bureau of Land Management educates communities on outdoor safety during the pandemic.

The Ricks Garden: an escape from Rexburg

April showers brought May flowers to the Ricks Gardens.

A weekend of political discussion in a cabin

The Political Affairs Society will retreat to a cabin to discuss grad school, futures and, of course, politics.

Habitat and Refuge: 100 birds found in the Spori Gallery

"When you first hear those words you might think habitat and refuge for the birds, but I find a lot refuge in visiting these places and viewing birds."

The outdoors are calling

Outdoor Activities invites students to join in the various activities they have planned for fall semester.

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Projected open date for Hart Gym pushed back

The Hart Gym will potentially open in January 2022.

Student from China shares experiences from Rexburg

Isabel Ding is a senior at BYU-Idaho, and she has quite the story.

Come dance the night away at Studio 1

The new venue recently announced their first dance, a toxic waste themed Halloween party.

How international students can better adapt to the American culture

The transition of international students to the American culture