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BYU-Idaho Devotional Speaker Talks About Doing Hard Things

Published July 26, 2016 By Brandon Isle “Our eternal progression, our capacity to grow and to learn to ‘become sons and daughters of God,’ is deeply coupled with our capacity to do hard things,” said Linda Orchard, who spoke during the BYU-Idaho Devotional on July 26, 2016. Orchard shared a pioneer trek experience she had when […]

BYU-Idaho Scroll Newspaper Reporters Go to Democratic National Convention

Published July 25, 2016 By Brandon Isle Four BYU-Idaho students are among the thousands of people in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this week for the Democratic National Convention. The students work for the BYU-Idaho Scroll newspaper. Julie Leavitt, who is the content manager for the paper, told BYU-Idaho Radio the four of them stick out a little […]

An Academy in Idaho helps Blind Children Succeed in the Future

By Nina Janne This week starts the National Federation of the Blind Bell Academy Program which teaches children who are blind how to read braille. “If a child has some vision, some professionals think they don’t need to learn braille at all,” The Snake River Valley Chapter President Sandy Streeter from the National Federation of the […]