BYU-Idaho | Student Activities Highlights
Created 18-Sep-12
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Student performers enjoy the spotlight as they rock out at Guitars Unplugged.In 1986, the university began a program of commissioning an LDS composer biennially to create a religious oratorio based on scripture. This 2009 Premiere of "God's Everlasting Love" was compThe BYU-Idaho Fitness Center houses state-of-the-art exercise equipment available to students, faculty, and their families. The center also provides free trainers like Jared Antczak shown here traininEmily Steadman is shown here teaching yoga on campus. This class is offered evenings Monday-Thursday and mornings Friday-Saturday.Students participate in a student led fitness activity called Capoeira. Capoeira is a Brazilian art form that combines martial arts, music, and dance.Students like Jimmy Hancock participate in track meets held on campus.Students participate in a wide variety of track events like shot put.Students get the chance to show off their athletic skills on the court in competitive intramural sports programs.Students participate in the basketball championships, as part of the intramural competitive sports program at BYU-Idaho.In what has become a highly anticipated BYU-Idaho tradition, Pond Skimming involves students dressing up in crazy costumes and riding down a snow caped hill on skis, a snowboard or an air board. At thAttempting to break the Guinness World Record, students in large numbers participate in �Super Dodge Ball� in the new BYU-Idaho Center. The center includes 10 basketball courts and therefore has plentStudents audition to participate in Acoustic Cafe II where they perform covers of Top 40 hits.A student climbing the snow covered Teton Mountains during a mountaineering trip.At the start of each semester BYU-Idaho invites new students and parents to participate in Get Connected. Led by student leaders, students take part in social activities and are assisted in getting acStudents in the dorms on campus getting moved in and set up for a brand new semester at BYU-Idaho.BYU-Idaho hosts a large obstacle course where students can compete against one another, though not without getting a bit muddy.In this Mud Mayhem Obstacle Course, it�s not just about whether or not you can conquer it, but how dirty you can get while doing so.Students have fun with this unique recreational activity while getting some great exercise. Fencing Class is drop-in and beginners are always welcome.Guitars Unplugged 2011Guitars Unplugged 2011

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