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Lost and found: Found again

Find out where lost and found moved to and how it works.

The life of a Ukrainian student

Bombs, limited food and uncertainty lie within Ukraine.

Popcorn and pretzels available at the Thomas E. Rick’s Building

IBC students kickstarted their semester with a business startup selling popcorn and soft pretzels on campus.

The secrets to parking in Rexburg

Parking in Rexburg is the cause of a lot of stress.

New Student Mentoring: how it’s going

Ever see those orange polo-clad students strolling around like traffic cones? Find out who they are and how they are helping the school.

Swifties in Rexburg

An Instagram account has started in Rexburg to connect Taylor Swift fans.

Students highlight their favorite moments from Fall Semester 2021 devotionals

As the fall semester comes to a close, students reflect on what they gained from in-person devotionals.

Science and Art: It’s all about horticulture

Multiple classes in the Horticulture program put on a workshop and expo for their final.

1 in 6569 students: Keri Ann Kaitu, the only Tuvaluan student in BYU-I

Keri Ann Kaitu comes from a country of just over 10,000 people, smaller than the population of Rexburg.

Column: Taylor Swift has never been overrated

The significance of Taylor Swift's songwriting and entrepreneurship goes far beyond the music.

BYU-Idaho welcomes The Spirit of Wicks

This new IBC company focuses on "creating light and a scents of belonging."

Outlandish Apparel: Dress to be yourself

"The magic of Outlandish is that we are not just selling hoodies. We are helping others to wear themselves outside."

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Climb at the City of Rocks with the Outdoor Recreation Center

Take an adventure and climb up to the City of Rocks this Friday with friends and family for only $30.

Running with a colorful twist

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.