• 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Kimberely Toronto being set to spike a volleyball

    College Volleyball Player Now a BYU-Idaho Student

    A former college volleyball star is now a Brigham Young University-Idaho student.

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  • Paper mache of homes and trees on a table

    Students Compete in Home Building Competition

    Every year, the Department of Design and Construction Management takes a group of five students to Orlando, Florida, to compete in the National Association of Home Builders Competition.

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  • Two BYU-Idaho students mentoring each other on campus

    BYU-Idaho Launches Peer-Instruction Program

    BYU-Idaho recently launched a program to help new students learn about BYU-Idaho from their peers.

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  • Mary holding Jesus in the manager looking off into the distance

    BYU-Idaho Student Rearranges "Mary, Did You Know?"

    BYU-Idaho student Sierra Graham rearranged the popular Christmas song after her mom asked her to play it over Christmas break.

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  • Elder Andersen, President Gilbert, President Eyring, and other associated faculty grouped together at the building dedications

    Elder Andersen Dedicates BYU-Idaho Buildings

    Elder Neil L. Andersen, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, dedicated three BYU-Idaho buildings.

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  • Close-up shot of a bee harvesting honey from a sunflower

    Professor Shares Love For Beekeeping

    Ward Hicks is a professor in the communication department. What makes him stand out from the crowd is his hobby -- beekeeping.

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  • Professional portrait of President Henry J Eyring

    New President Speaks of University's Legacy During News Conference

    “It’s a blessing to stand on the shoulders of giants,” President Eyring said.

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  • Leon de la Guardia, hunched over looking away from the camera

    Chilean Tenor to Sing at BYU-Idaho

    Leon de la Guardia, a Chilean opera tenor, is performing a variety of Spanish and Italian love songs tonight on the BYU-Idaho campus.

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  • Professional portrait of newly called BYU-Idaho President Henry J Eyring

    Elder Oaks Announces New President of BYU-Idaho

    Henry J. Eyring has been called as the new president of BYU-Idaho, and will start serve as such on April 10 when the current semester ends.

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