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 THE SCHOLARSHIP OF CARING 
In moving forward as BYU-Idaho, things have changed in important ways. In his article, "The Scholarship of Caring,"  BYU-Idaho faculty member Scott Samuelson reminds us that even amidst this change, that which is most important remains the same.

 FOUNDATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, FOUNDERS, AND FUTURES 
Is it possible that Independence Hall, Harvard, and BYU-Idaho share something in common? John J. Ivers, faculty member in the Department of Foreign Language, gives personal insight into the meaning and possibilities of change.

 EXTENDING THE LEGACY: HOMECOMING 2001 
During Homecoming 2001, BYU-Idaho commenced its exciting future by honoring and building upon the strengths of the past. A pictorial review celebrating this historic occasion displays some of the events.

 LINE UPON LINE, PRECEPT UPON PRECEPT
The school year began with a devotional message from the president of BYU-Idaho, Elder David A. Bednar. He addressed students and faculty, sharing with them insights on "the Lord's pattern for obtaining spiritual knowledge." 

 CONTINUING THE TRADITION
Tradition editor, Brett Sampson, introduces all who participate in the process of philanthropic giving--those who give, those who facilitate, and those who directly benefit--as "Agents of Change."
 BEHIND THE CANVAS
"More than meets the eye" has new meaning for the work of Ricks College alumnus and fine artist, Derek Hegsted. We give you a sampling of his work, as well as personal insight into the art and the artist. 
 ACADEMIC ACUMEN
BYU-Idaho elementary education students on an island with their teacher 24 hours a day, seven days a week? It may be hard to imagine, but it's true. A unique new program allows students to develop many different skills while participating in a first-hand, all-day practicum.
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