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Column: The liberal black sheep

What is the experience of liberal BYU-Idaho students?

The startling stats about daylight saving time

It's time to illuminate the truth of the semiannual time change and how it affects almost every area of life.

The rebirth of the political affairs society

The political affairs society hopes to resurge participation after a dark, lonely pandemic.

City Council celebrates parks and rec growth and declares a new holiday

From booming sports programs to community service, the council discussed and reported on Rexburg's progress.

Rexburg City Council and residents debate financing for sidewalk, street and gutter replacements

A special city council meeting generated debate between Rexburg residents and local leaders over the cost of local street improvements.

Rexburg residents plan to protest Saturday’s Pride event

A group of "pro-family" Rexburg residents will protest the LGBTQ pride event this Saturday.

OPINION: The Dangers of Donald Trump

A look into QAnon and the Trump presidency.

OPINION: Read the fine print

We should question and research complex issues rather than accepting their "bumper sticker" ideologies.

EDITORIAL: Salvation doesn’t come with political affiliation

Church members should adjust the way they view politics and how they treat people with differing opinions.

COVID-19 restricts the Political Affairs Society

Why is the Political Affairs Society at BYU-Idaho inactive?

Idaho congress battles to determine state’s future on marijuana

The Idaho State Senate voted in favor of a proposed amendment to ban psychoactive drugs, including medical marijuana last month.

Is Facebook the new news for BYU-I students?

Where do BYU-Idaho students get their news?

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EDITORIAL: God bless the Rexburg roads

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Devotional cover: Retaining honor in tough times

On Jan. 11, students and faculty gathered in the BYU-Idaho Center for the first devotional of Winter Semester 2022.