BYU-Idaho | Campus Beauty
Created 12-Nov-12
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The new water feature in the Taylor Quad.The new water feature located in the Taylor/Kimball Quad during the early morning with the Spencer W. Kimball Building in the background.Students walking through the Taylor Quad to the BYU-Idaho Center.The BYU-Idaho Center's southwest entrance.Two students study in the Taylor Quad near the new water feature.The shining sun melts the last traces of snow in front of the Gordon B. Hinckley Building.The Hinckley Building at dusk.Students study and soak in the sun in the new amphitheater between the Manwaring Center and McKay Library.A long stretch of lawn outside of the Gardens and behind the Benson Building.One of winter's first snow storms in the amphitheater between the Manwaring Center and the McKay Library.An early snow storm leaves a half-foot of snow blanketing the campus. The sky bridge is shown from the amphitheater.Students walk to class after devotional at the BYU-Idaho Center.One of the winning pumpkins in an October pumpkin carving contest on campus.The "Remembrance Field" included over 500 flags, each one representing about 20 different lives of civilians and service men and women who perished in the attacks of September 11, 2001.Flags cover campus on 9/11 to pay tribute to our country and the men and women who lost their lives.The results of the first winter snow.An autumn snowstorm decorates the BYU-Idaho campus in a blanket of snow.New students walking around campus a few days before classes start.Students walk towards the BYU-Idaho Center.Winter scenes on campus with fresh fallen snow and Hinckley Building in the background.

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