Created 2-Apr-13
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pink blossoms during spring at BYU-IStudent studying in the Ricks GardensA statue of a boy throwing a plane outside the Mark Austin Technical and Engineering Building.Ricks GardensRicks Gardens with Ricks Building in backgroundRicks Gardens with Ricks builidng through the treesDaisies in one of BYU-Idaho's gardensflowers in one of BYU-Idaho's gardensGordon B. Hinckley Building and Rexburg Temple from BYU-Idaho campus.Gordon B. Hickley Building and the Thomas E Ricks Building frame the Rexburg Temple from BYU-Idaho campus.Gordon B. Hinckley Building100707Campus-McKay-flowersStudents walking between classes.The Jacob Spori Building was named after the first principle of the Bannock Stake Academy.Located in the Thomas E. Ricks Garden, this pathway is part of a living laboratory for everyone to enjoy. Students from the Horticulture Department design and maintain a new feature or reconstruct anThe Gordon B. Hinckley Building, located just east of the Thomas E. Ricks Gardens, has a beautiful view of campus. Many flowers, such as these delphiniums, are blooming seemingly everywhere on campusGordon B. Hinckley Building is framed by beautiful blue flowers.University Communications Building formerly known as the Radio Graphic Services Building.Hanging Flower Baskets and Garden entrance near Hinckley Building.Hanging Flower Baskets and Garden entrance near Hinckley Building.

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