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A day in the life of a nursing student

Students in scrubs standout in dress and in experience as they participate in real-world simulations at BYU-Idaho.

Job prospects: What healthcare majors can expect after graduation

With fluctuating employment numbers, BYU-Idaho healthcare majors are unsure if they will be able to find local employment.

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Boasting students with green thumbs, potential greatness and helicopter rides, the eight departments in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences prepares students to graduate in one of 18 programs.

Treating stigma, one patient at a time

"Why don't you just be a doctor?"

The heroes of tomorrow, a look at BYU-Idaho nursing students

Sister Dixie Jamison, a faculty member of the nursing program, explained what it takes to be a part of this prestigious program.

Inside the Simulation Suite

The simulation Suite was created three years ago to help nursing students practice the skills that they learn in class.

WATCH: Red Cross blood-drive comes to BYU-I

Each semester, student volunteers collaborate with the Red Cross in order to organize a blood drive. For six days, students and community can come...

Nursing to become four-year program

The nursing department is changing to a four-year, on-campus bachelor's degree program. Students who complete the program will receive their Bachelor of Science in...

Nursing lab provides hands-on experience

The nursing department is working to expand its simulation lab to help students receive hands-on experience while involved in the nursing program. Linda Orchard, the...

Changes to Nursing Program Create Mixed Feelings

Students have mixed emotions, as the Nursing Program has decided to change from a two-year program to a four-year program. Eliminating the opportunity to...

Nursing students to host premarital forum

  A premarital forum will be held Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. in room 120 of the John Taylor Building. Catelyn Cummings, a senior studying nursing,...

Nursing Department

If you were in the Clark Friday morning you might have thought there was an epidemic. Even though the Clark was turned side down...

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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.