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Tie-dye for Pride brings controversy

An LGBTQ gathering brought controversy as campus security was called and the event had to change locations.

Q&A: Is Big Brother in the details?

Invasion of privacy is much more than a Cardi B album.

Rumors of threat to campus confirmed false

The following is a press release from University Relations: At 9:19 a.m. BYU-Idaho Security received a call from an employee who reported seeing an armed...

CIT places in cyber defense competition

BYU-Idaho’s Computer Information Technology students demonstrated their skills in preventing cyber threats by placing second and fourth in a cyber defense competition on Nov. 12.

Madison County Fire Department Responds to BYU-Idaho Fires

Fire alarms often go off at students apartments

RNC protesters: “America was never great!”

Thursday evening, July 21, police patrolled at a protest on Lakeside Ave. in downtown Cleveland. The protestors held signs that said, "America was never...

Campus Safety and Security works to protect students

BYU-Idaho Campus Security and Safety protects students in many ways, ranging from emergency quick response to escorting students home from campus at night. “Provide professional...

BYU-I provides security for students

BYU-Idaho was ranked the 23rd safest campus out of 450 campuses in the U.S. by stateuniversity.com. Colleges and universities are ranked for campus safety on...

Acclaimed officer leads library security

A native of northern California, Officer Dan Porter, servisor of the David O’McKay Library security office has been at BYU-Idaho since 2010. Porter said he...

Rexburg residents risk break-ins

Special Section Editor Tamsyn Turner contributed to this story. In a recent survey of BYU-Idaho student apartments, the school found that half of apartments are...

Self-Esteem: on the search for security

Kyla Mortensen (name has been changed) is a BYU-Idaho student and a convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She married...

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Citizens raise concerns over garbage truck noises

Rexburg City Council heard from the Public Works Department during their meeting.

Devotional cover: Called to serve

Curtis Henrie shared his devotional address on September 20 in the BYU-Idaho Center.

Devotional preview: Joel Judkins

Joel Judkins will be addressing students in the upcoming devotional on Sept. 27.

‘Napoleon Dynamite’ is featured at The Romance Theater

Gosh! The Romance Theater kicks off fall semester with an Extended Play Cinema event.