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A BUILDING REMEMBERED
Students, alumni and friends gathered during Homecoming 2000 in mid-October to bid a fond farewell to the venerable Spori Building. Spori Memories: The End of an Era chronicles the celebration as well as the unexpected fire that broke out during the demolition of the building.

A SCHOOL IN TRANSITION
How do you convert a two-year junior college into a four-year baccalaureate degree-granting university? “Becoming BYU–Idaho, Rethinking Education” examines the framework to serve more students and prepare graduates to contribute to the Church, community, and workplace.

ACADEMIC ACUMEN
New course offerings. Expanded academic programs. In the return of a continuing feature of this magazine, we look at the human side of moving Ricks College forward to becoming BYU–Idaho. Implementing Four-Year Course Offerings provides details on the transition to a four-year school.

CONTINUING THE TRADITION
After learning that Traditions Editor, Brett Sampson, occasionally meets individuals who give money toward priorities such as scholarships, Jessica Bagley, a recent scholarship recipient, gave him an open “thank you” letter from which he based his article "One Scholarship, One Life Changed." 

IN THE SERVICE OF OTHERS
In his inaugural response in 1998, President David A. Bednar urged employees of Ricks College to “(reach) out to bless the lives of young Latter-day Saints throughout the world.” Alumnus Greg Palmer (78) details such a program in Mexico in "Welding Links: The Story of the Ricks College Outreach Program."
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