• Kyra Musingi surrounded by Kenyan school children

    Southeast Idaho Family Visits Kenya, Comes Back Changed and Ready to Fundraise

    "When we first got over there, my grandma was sick with an amoeba, which is a water born disease," Kyra Musingi said. "When my siblings and I came home, we had decided we needed to make a difference."

  • Wreaths donated by local businesses and organizations in honor of Veterans Day

    City of Rexburg Honors Military in Veteran's Day Ceremony

    "Even though I serve, I try and remember those who have served overseas specifically," Austin Johnson, an Army Specialist, told BYU-Idaho Radio. "I've got a good friend who I went to basic training that's in the Middle East out on deployment and then having a father-in-law that served in the military, he was in Vietnam, I have an idea of what they go through and I'm grateful for the sacrifices that they make, so we really can enjoy the freedoms that we have. There are a lot of people don't think there is."

  • World Health Organization Antibiotics Awareness Week Logo

    BYU-Idaho Students and Professors Host Antibiotics Awareness Week

    "It's important to know the facts about antibiotic use because we all want to be healthy, we all want to live good long lives and with antibiotic resistance, there's chances for diseases that have been treatable for decades to suddenly become killers once again," Nathan Mueller, a BYU-Idaho student studying chemistry told BYU-Idaho Radio. "Trying to find new antibiotics and stop the spread of these super bacteria is going to help us in the process of making sure that doesn't happen."

  • Pumpkins

    BYU-Idaho Students Host Children's Halloween Party

    "For our class, we had to put on an event this semester and so we chose to have a Halloween kiddie carnival," Emma Dillard, a junior studying communications with an emphasis in public relations told BYU-Idaho Radio. "It's open to the community children ages, basically from zero to 10, anyone in that age range."

  • Wayne Kimball's "Sleeper"

    Artist Behind New Exhibit At Spori Art Gallery Talks Creative Inspiration

    "It's a statement describing where I work and that I don't have to follow the instructions anymore because I've been doing it long enough that I can do it just by thinking about it," Wayne Kimball, a southeast Idaho artist told BYU-Idaho Radio.

  • BYU-Idaho students walk in front of the David O. McKay library

    BYU-Idaho Enrollment Figures for Fall 2017 Show "Steady, Upward Course"

    Brigham Young University-Idaho's student population is on a "steady, upward course." That's what the latest numbers from the university are saying after officials released a report showing student enrollment for the Fall 2017 semester is up almost eight percent from last year

  • BYU-Idaho 2017 Career Fair Logo

    BYU-Idaho Hosts Career Fair

    "Career fair is a great way for students to get some experience interacting with professionals," Gierke said. "For freshmen and sophomores, it's a great way to prepare and for others to find internships and jobs that they're going to be able to get right out of college."

  • Center Stage Buy 3 Get 1 Free

    The Center Stage Program promises an exciting lineup for this Fall 2017 Semester.

  • Elder Dale G. Renlund

    Elder Renlund to Speak at BYU-Idaho Devotional

    BYU-Idaho announced Elder Dale G. Renlund of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will speak at devotional on Sept. 26.

  • Welcome back graphic over students walking on the campus of BYU-Idaho.

    Here Comes The Fall

    The Fall Semester is sure to bring new shows and programs.

  • Henry B. Eyring (left) and Henry J. Eyring (right)

    New BYU-Idaho President to be Inaugurated

    President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will install his son, Henry B. Eyring, as the new president of BYU-Idaho.

  • Andy Bradbury

    Andy Bradbury Takes Students on a Journey of Gospel Truths in BYU-Idaho Devotional Talk

    "Once we choose faith we make a discovery, that miracles are real and happen all the time. We just need to look for them."

  • That They Might Have Joy Logo

    BYU-Idaho Alumni Talks About Blogging about Finding Joy in Mental Illness, Difficult Times

    "[Sister Carol M. Stephens said,] 'Hope and healing are not found in the dark abyss of secrecy, but in the light and love of our Savior, Jesus,' and after she said that, I just knew I needed to write and share my story about depression."

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    Dance Alliance Tours Canada

    Brigham Young University-Idaho's touring dance group, Dance Alliance, left for their tour in Michigan and Canada.

  • Operation Underground Railroad's Freedom for All campaign logo

    BYU-Idaho Student Organizes Charity Garage Sale

    The garage sale will be July 21-22 and 28-29 from 9 am-4 pm at 864 Liberty Lane in Rexburg.