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    BYU-Idaho Symphony Band Returns From Mexico

    The BYU-Idaho symphony band came back from there great experience in Mexico.

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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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  • Cover to the Book "There is a God" by Hyrum Lewis with a dark starry night around a forest

    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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  • Logo for the website BYUIdo.org. A blue background with some yellow and blue text

    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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  • A forest with tall redwood trees and a grassy forest floor

    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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  • Diverse women of the world performing in a dark concert hall

    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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  • Professional photo of Kevin Green, BYU-Idaho faculty member

    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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  • A sculpture of hands grabbing different things that was sculpted by Kody Keller who's sculpture is featured in the Jacob Spori Art Gallery

    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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  • Camera shooting out to the distance with a cloudy, reddish sunset

    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 word cloud with themes of love

    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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  • Selfie of Sarah Roberts, BYU-Idaho student

    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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