BYU-Idaho history professor David Pigott recently went to Uganda on a project to help the Kingdom of Buganda, which resides in Uganda, find religious shrines that are starting to disappear.
Meaning in a Mural: New “Purpose of Life” exhibit brings significant LDS Church history to campus grounds
Paintings commissioned about 60 years ago for world expositions are now housed in the BYU-Idaho Center.
On July 29, BYU-Idaho will host an education summit featuring multiple presentations on different topics from BYU-Idaho staff and faculty, events and activities for all ages and a concert.
BYU-Idaho's Theatre Department is putting on a unique performance of “Robin Hood” where the audience circles the actors and becomes part of the performance.
Mindfulness methods and practices are used for mental health and stress management and BYU-Idaho offers free classes for students and staff to help slow down and find peace in the moment
PAN is a contemporary dance show that tells the untold story of Peter Pan through music, dance and almost no words.
BYU-Idaho offers suicide prevention training throughout the semester on multiple Saturdays.
Tonight, BYU-Idaho is holding an all-women quartet performance in the Snow Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m.