• Professional photo of BYU-Idaho professor Jeremy Lamoreaux

    BYU-Idaho Political Science Teacher Explains Brexit

    Political Science professor Jeremy Lamoreaux has lived and studied in the United Kingdom and gives some perspective to the changes happening because of Brexit.

  • The UN council on the family in the main UN council room with the seats half full

    Students Advocate for the Family at the UN in NYC

    CSW is held every year for two weeks in the spring.

  • Professional photo of BYU-Idaho's first female vice president-Amy LaBaugh

    Women's History Month Interview: BYU-Idaho's First Female Vice President

    Today is the last day of women's history which is a special month that honors the extraordinary achievements of American women.

  • Drawing of a girl with raspberry crops and eyes closed

    BYU-Idaho Student Blogs Teaches Flirting and Dating Advice Through Blog

    The A-C-T method breaks down the initial contact with a man into three parts: acknowledge, compliment him and touch him.

  • BYU-Idaho professor Sahar Qumsiyeh in Jersusalem

    BYU-Idaho Teacher from Palestine Shares Her Story of Conversion

    Sahar Qumsiyeh teaches math at BYU-Idaho. She's from Palestine and joined the LDS Church while studying at BYU.

  • BYU-Idaho fashion gala in the Hart auditorium

    Students Prepare for Fashion/Floral Gala

    The Fashion/ Floral Gala will be held Saturday, March 25, 2017, in the Hart Auditorium, to give students the chance to put on a real gala and fashion show.

  • A smiling photo of Jesus with title that says Deepen your Discipleship

    BYU-Idaho Students Host Conference to Improve Disciple-Leadership

    The Disciple Leader Conference is a chance each semester for BYU-Idaho students to become better disciples of Christ.

  • The BYU-Idaho stadium, with the camera pointed to the sky

    The Future of Housing in Rexburg

    As BYU-Idaho expands, housing will need to keep up.

  • Happy people riding horses in a barn in Rexburg

    Program Teaches Horse Riding Through Therapy

    The Innovative Therapeutic Riding Program is a nonprofit organization that works with the elderly, at-risk youth and people with disabilities, to teach them to ride horses through therapy.

  • Faculty and students from BYU-Idaho displaying their medals in a room with a staircase and multiple pictures

    BYU-Idaho Students Win Supply Chain Competition

    Business Management students at BYU-Idaho recently won a supply chain competition in Utah.

  • Diverse group of students in a large computer room studying Physics

    BYU-Idaho Students Attend Conference for Women in Physics

    A group of 10 female BYU-Idaho students recently attended CUWiP, the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics, at Montana State University.

  • Summer salad plate with cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, and peppers

    "Would You Like Cheese with Your Science?"

    BYU-Idaho offers a new science major focused on food.

  • Album art of a child with her hand on glass looking longing into a room

    BYU-Idaho Alum Releases Album About Degenerative Eye Disease

    Derrick Boudwin was diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa when he was 18, and since then, he’s lost most of his peripheral vision.

  • Jaice Shakespaere wearing her Miss Queen City of the Plains crown

    BYU-Idaho Student Competes for Miss Nebraska Title

    BYU-Idaho student Jaice Shakespaere is competing for Miss Nebraska 2017 in June.

  • Yellow and white BYU-Idaho Pathway logo with a path moving off into the distance

    History of Pathway

    The one-year online program known as Pathway has helped more than 56,000 people around the world with the opportunity to begin or return to higher education. Its origins came about in an address by then-president of Ricks College, Henry B. Eyring.