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Dancing Into the Future

Why would a student choose BYU-Idaho over a prestigious dance school in Italy? For Michela Malone, there’s no mystery.

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The Joy of Giving

If God works through us and with us to accomplish His work, how can we be surprised when we feel and see joy as we choose to give to bless the lives of others?

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Partnering for Greater Impact

We recently provided support to WaterAid, an organization on a mission to transform lives by improving access to clean water, hygiene, and sanitation in the world’s poorest communities.



So Great a Cause

Two Sister Missionaries holding open scriptures and talking to a man outside of his home.

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“I Knew You Guys Were Coming”

A FamilySearch International team of employees were afraid to enter an African village that doesn’t allow anyone to enter that is not a member of their cult.

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Church History

Tiny Details, Sweeping Landscapes, Individual Hearts

As Church members experience our sacred past, they grow in their faith in Jesus Christ and His gospel, get helpful answers to questions, and receive spiritual strength and perspective.

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Frugality Borne of Faith

What difference did your donation make last year? How will your gift help BYU-Idaho in the years ahead?

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Strengthening the Feeble Knees

It isn’t easy for Ashlyn Brinkman to get around campus, but she’s grateful for BYU-Idaho and for donated funds that make her college expenses a little less burdensome.

John and Peggy Ricks. John is a descendent of Thomas E. Ricks


A Lasting Legacy

Over 150 years ago, Thomas E. Ricks was nearly killed on his way to the Salt Lake Valley. Now, his ancestor John Ricks is keeping his legacy alive through the BYU-Idaho Legacy Society.

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BYU-Hawaii President's Report: Houses of Learning, Houses of Light

President Tanner talks about the importance of the temple for the BYU-Hawaii students' spiritual education.

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Pipe Dreams and Beyond

Ofa came to BYU–Hawaii with a plan to start a plumbing business, but three mentors helped him go from fixing pipes to renovating a temple.

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For Time and All Eternity

For Balu Pilli of India, coming to BYU–Hawaii not only blessed him with an education but also an eternal family.

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LDS Business College

LDSBC President's Report

When students embrace and experience subject matter immersion, they don’t want to learn any other way.

LDSBC has graduates from many countries around the world.

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Exciting changes are happening at LDS Business College in the way scholarships are blessing and changing student’s lives.

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Learning the Global Industry

Asher was able to take what he learned in the Global Supply Chain program and go straight to work in his family’s import/export business in England.