BYU-Idaho | Spring
Created 2-Apr-13
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Students walking between classes during the spring semester in the Spori Quad.Gordon B. Hinckley Building and the Rexburg Temple.Gordon B. Hinckley Building and the Rexburg Temple.Beautiful summer foliage outside the Mark Austin Technical and Engineering Building.Benson BuildingStudents enjoy a beautiful walk to class as they pass the Thomas E. Ricks Building, dedicated in February of 2005.Aleesha Rutledge enjoys a quite spot in the Ricks Horticulture gardens to study.Pathway through the Thomas E. Ricks Gardens leading to the Gordon B. Hinckley Building.Hinkley building from the Ricks Horticulture GardensRicks Horticulture GardensOver the years, the Thomas E. Rick's Garden has evolved into one of the finest show gardens in the western United States.A corner view of the George S. Romney Building in the spring. The building houses the college of Physical Sciences and Engineering.George S. Romney BuildingBYU-Idaho apple orchard in full spring blossom.Spring blossoms with Manwaring Center -McKay Library Skywalk.Tulips outside the John L. Clarke Building.The weather in Rexburg, Idaho is notorious for having interesting weather however, moths are sign that spring is coming.Students pass by the library and Romeny building as they go to classes on the first day of school during the 2014 Spring Semester.A blooming tree in front of the Taylor Building, shows its first signs of spring.Kateyln Crompton, a photographer for University Relations, takes pictures of blooming tulips, just outside the library.

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