• A modern look at the world renown bass of Serge Koussevitsky.

    Students play world-renown bass

    Music Department faculty member Aaron Miller was offered the chance to host the Koussevitsky bass in his office for students to play on.

  • Lizz Shill, Annie Taylor, and Kendyl Hollingsworth recently competed in a national music competiton.

    Students compete at national level music competition

    The Teton Trio competed after having placed first at the state level as well as at the northwest division event.

  • Pathway student employees Camilla Parada Leon, Thamirys Cabral, Carina Tovar share why they’re grateful for Pathway on social media.

    The Purpose for BYU-Pathway Worldwide

    While the face of online educational programs will be BYU-Pathway Worldwide, BYU-Idaho will continue to act as the host for delivering the accreditation for each program.

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    Education students receive grant from NASA Institute

    This semester, five students pursuing degrees in education received a grant from the NASA Minority University Research and Education Project.

  • Students visit the UN in New York.

    Students advocate for family values at United Nations

    While preparing for their presentations and discussion at the conference, students said they realized they need to become disciple leaders and advocates for truth and the family.