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Elder Bednar answers questions from young adults

Elder Bednar answers questions from young adults

Elder David A. Bednar hosted a 10-minute question-and-answer via a live Instagram stream for young adults on Tuesday, June 4.Elder Bednar answered two questions from the thousands submitted. The questions selected were from young adults Bailee and Brock who were...

IBC: Nibbl offers sweet treats on campus

IBC: Nibbl offers sweet treats on campus

BYU-Idaho’s IBC companies are now open for business on campus. One of these companies, Nibbl, offers rice krispie treats in the Ezra Taft Benson Building lobby Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.There are four different varieties of treats. Fruity pebble...

Water Lantern Festival illuminates the night

Water Lantern Festival illuminates the night

On Saturday the Water Lantern Festival celebrated its return to Idaho Falls for the second time.The event was held at The Waterfront at Snake River Landing from 6 to 10 p.m. The Water Lantern Festival is an experience where people come together with their families,...

‘Matilda the Musical’ to premiere in Rexburg

‘Matilda the Musical’ to premiere in Rexburg

Rexburg Community Theatre is hosting "Matilda the Musical" at the Madison Performing Arts Center on Friday, Saturday and Monday."Matilda" is a story about a young girl who discovers she has magical powers and faces opposition from both her parents and a dangerous...

Rexburg Airshow to take off this Saturday

Rexburg Airshow to take off this Saturday

The Rexburg Legacy Flight Museum invites all to come watch historic military planes flown by award-winning pilots from all over the U.S. and Canada.The "Thunder Over Rexburg" airshow begins at 9 a.m. Saturday with a formation flight and flag ceremony and closes at 1...

NHL Utah releases temporary name, jerseys and more

NHL Utah releases temporary name, jerseys and more

Nothing about the inception of the Utah NHL team has been orthodox. Their naming and logo scheme are no exception.The team announced on Thursday afternoon that the team will temporarily play under the name “Utah Hockey Club.” It also released home and away...

Hawks beat Knights 4-0 in BYU-I soccer game

Hawks beat Knights 4-0 in BYU-I soccer game

Two of BYU-Idaho's men's intramural soccer teams competed on Friday, and the Hawks beat the Knights 4-0.Two girls’ teams and two boys’ teams competed at the Sports Complex Fields one and two. Friends, family, Family Home Evening groups and significant...

Local band hopes to ‘make your mom blush’

Local band hopes to ‘make your mom blush’

Like a blush spreading across eager cheeks, the self-proclaimed indie rock band Blush hopes to ignite a fervor with their infectious vibes and heartfelt tunes. Though the paint is still fresh on their musical canvas having formed a mere two months ago, Blush's first...

Rexburg Free Clinic raises awareness with open house

Rexburg Free Clinic raises awareness with open house

Saturday, the Rexburg Free Clinic opened its doors to community members to inform the public about the services the clinic offers.The clinic offered free hot dogs, games and small prizes along with tours and information about their services.Two food trucks joined the...

AstroFest 2024 prepares for lift off

AstroFest 2024 prepares for lift off

BYU-Idaho will be hosting AstroFest 2024 on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The event will be held at the George S. Romney Building and the Jacob Spori Quad.According to Stephen McNeil, professor of physics and Planetarium director, the Physics Department has been...

Porter’s Office Products to reopen with ribbon cutting

Porter’s Office Products to reopen with ribbon cutting

After over 100 years of business in Rexburg, Porter’s Office Products will cut the ribbon to open their newly renovated facility Thursday at 11 a.m.The ribbon cutting will be an all-day event including free cookies and a food truck, according to Garrett Griggs,...

Rexburg Pride returns on Saturday at Porter Park

Rexburg Pride returns on Saturday at Porter Park

Rexburg is gearing up for a celebration of Pride on Saturday, organized by Flourish Point, a local nonprofit dedicated to supporting the LGBTQ+ community.According to their website the event hopes to be "a day of celebration, love and unity among LGBTQ folks and...

Idaho Falls to glow with Water Lantern Festival

Idaho Falls to glow with Water Lantern Festival

One World Lantern Festival is hosting a local Water Lantern Festival event on Saturday for the Idaho Falls community and students to enjoy.The event is set to take place at The Waterfront at Snake River Landing in Idaho Falls. Parking will be located onsite.Adult...

BYU-I alumnus creates self-therapy course

BYU-I alumnus creates self-therapy course

Psychiatrist and BYU-Idaho alumnus Dr. Kaden Facer has created an online therapy course for those who struggle with depression and anxiety.According to Facer's website, his course, "Therapize Yourself," offers access to approximately 6.5 hours of video presentation...

Computing society members power up with weekly events

Computing society members power up with weekly events

BYU-Idaho’s Computing Society, a student society focused on computer science, offers plenty of events geared to help students learn about technology and prepare for future careers.“The society does different activities,” said William Clements, a...

Volunteer Connection offers drop-in labs on campus

Volunteer Connection offers drop-in labs on campus

In 2010, President Kim B. Clark created the BYU-Idaho Volunteer Connection resources to help students learn and have meaningful volunteer opportunities.The departments give students a variety of opportunities to help them with their course materials. This is mainly...

BYU-I students share thoughts on Trump verdict

BYU-I students share thoughts on Trump verdict

BYU-Idaho students had a different opinions on the conviction of former President Donald Trump and the impact it would have on the upcoming election. On May 30, Trump became the country's first former president to be convicted of a felony.Trump was found guilty of all...

Aligned planets to be visible this month

Aligned planets to be visible this month

The moon, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will align in the morning sky throughout the month of June.There are a few chances to see planets with the naked eye this month, according to Preston Dyches, a public engagement specialist for NASA.Several articles claimed six...

Rexburg runs to remember Teton Dam flood

Rexburg runs to remember Teton Dam flood

People clapped and cheered all around Rexburg as person after person crossed the finish line. On Saturday, runners from all around the country came to participate in the annual Teton Dam Marathon and Races to remember the catastrophic flood in 1976. Without a cloud in...

Scroll launches news show at BYU-I

Scroll launches news show at BYU-I

Students from the Scroll practicum at BYU-Idaho, recently started a news show called "Scroll Broadcast."Scroll Broadcast, now in its second season this semester, is a project demonstrating the dedication and enthusiasm of the students from the Scroll practicum at...

BYU-I to host first ‘Giving Day’

BYU-I to host first ‘Giving Day’

Giving Day is an opportunity for individuals to donate to BYU-Idaho in support of peers and students sas they pursue their dreams and become committed disciples of Jesus Christ. Giving Day will be held June 11-12.One hundred percent of the money raised goes to helping...

Rexburg’s water park to open Thursday

Rexburg’s water park to open Thursday

Rexburg's water park, Rexburg Rapids, opens at 12:30 p.m. Thursday.The park's most recognizable features, two water slides, provide distinct experiences. The yellow slide offers a slower descent, and the blue slide provides a chance to catch more speed.In addition to...