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    Collegiate Singers Return From Tour

    Seven concerts by the Collegiate Singers from Brigham Young University-Idaho were performed in mid-April.

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    BYUI Prof Creating an Alternative Insecticide

    This semester a BYU-Idaho professor is working with students to develop a method for using carbon dioxide as an alternative to insecticide.

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    Threats to Religious Freedom and Why it Matters Here in the USA

    "The rights of one, really are the rights of all."

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    BYU-Idaho Prof Working to Improve Agriculture with Mustard

    This semester a BYU-Idaho professor is working with students to develop a better method for irrigating mustard.

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    BYU-Idaho Professor Writes Book on How to Respond to Atheism

    Hyrum Lewis, a professor at BYU-Idaho, wrote a book called "There is a God: How to Respond to Atheism in the Last Days."

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    BYU-Idaho Professor Creates Website Exploring Dating Culture in Rexburg

    Cole Ratcliffe, a BYU-Idaho professor, created a new website called BYUIDo.org. This website is in no way affiliated with BYU-Idaho or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but explores the dating culture around Rexburg.

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    BYU-Idaho Child Development Labs Start a Forest Preschool

    Elle Roelofs, Mike Godfrey and Betty McQuain from the Child Development Labs at BYU-Idaho are starting a nature-based preschool.

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    US Air Force Academy Big Band Falconaires visit BYU-Idaho

    The US Air Force Academy Big Band Falconaires came to BYU-Idaho to perform their music.

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    Women of the World Perform at BYU-Idaho

    Women of the World is a folk-singing quartet featuring Ayumi Ueda (Japan), Giorgia Renosto (Italy), Annette Phillip (India) and Deborah Simard (Haiti).

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    BYU-Idaho Offers a New Course Called "Pornography and the Family"

    Brother Kevin Green, a professor at BYU-Idaho, designed a new course called "Pornography and the Family."

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    New Sculptor Featured in the Jacob Spori Art Gallery

    Sculptor Kody Keller has a new exhibit in the Jacob Spori Art Gallery called Apologues Form.

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    Class at BYUI Offers Professional Photography Experiences

    Students at BYU-Idaho learn professional skills, and earn awards, in the field of photography.

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    Adoption and the Gospel - The Child

    Adoption as a whole can be treated as taboo, but these families and individuals have benefited both from placing children and from being placed as children.

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    Adoption and the Gospel - The Parents

    Adoption as a whole can be treated as taboo, but these families and individuals have benefited both from placing children and from being placed as children.

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    Adoption and the Gospel - The Mother

    Adoption as a whole can be treated as taboo, but these families and individuals have benefited both from placing children and from being placed as children.

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