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President Nelson reassured my choice to get endowed

I feel the approval to get endowed from my Heavenly Father after receiving revelation from President Nelson's talk.

Devotional preview: ‘Seeing Miracles’

On Oct. 12, Brian Atkinson will teach students how to better recognize and appreciate God's miracles.

Column: Line upon line — How continuing revelation prepared the Church for the pandemic

Sometimes miracles pass by unnoticed, but recent calamities have underscored the blessings and preparations of the Latter-day Church.

EDITORIAL: Don’t procrastinate the day of your vaccination

How will you be a good global citizen?

We talk of Christ

During the 190th Semiannual General Conference, millions gathered in their homes to hear the words of the Prophet.

Hosanna Shout: Its significance throughout history

President Russell M. Nelson announced that a solemn assembly accompanied by a Hosanna Shout will occur during the Sunday morning session of general conference.

EDITORIAL: Cementing a legacy

In life, we look up to certain individuals who serve as examples of strength, faith and righteousness. It's never too early to start creating legacies for future generations.

GENERAL CONFERENCE April 2019: Did you miss the Priesthood Session last night? Read here to find out about it!

If you were busy watching March Madness and missed priesthood session, we have your back

President Nelson and Pope Francis meet in Rome

President Nelson visited Rome to dedicate the Rome Temple, and Pope Francis invited him to visit.

New missionary communication policy is not too lax, but a good change

Missionaries seem to have it easy these days. The dress code slackened, schedules changed for flexibility, most missions use smartphones and/or tablets, and now...

LDS Church and NAACP join forces

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People have begun a partnership with the LDS Church.

5 ways students can minister to others

Here are some different ways students minister to those in need.

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Power 2 Become

Power 2 Become was hosted in the John W. Hart Building on Friday, Oct. 27. Speakers encouraged students and guests to discover their passions,...

Upcoming film festival highlights student work

The Snake River Film Festival is a great place to see some of the quality work BYU-Idaho video students have created.

“My reassignment was a miracle”

Missionaries sent home during the pandemic share their personal experiences when receiving the call home.

Here is what you missed from a conversation about sexual assault

What happened in the conversation about sexual assault?