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Written by Jenica Sparks
The girls at BYU-Idaho are very different from what you will find anywhere else in the world. There are a lot of very attractive girls, and they are very friendly. A large portion of the girls do have a bit of a chip on their shoulder about dating, but for the most part, relationships and dating life are going to be what you make of it. Girls generally dress pretty modestly; you won't see a lot of cleavage or short-shorts from the girls on campus. If you ask these young women what occupies most of their thoughts, they will say dating or relationships. It is fairly typical for people to get married pretty young here at BYU-Idaho.
The boys at BYU-Idaho are one-of-a-kind. They uphold the LDS church standards, which includes being modest and clean. Most of them leave for their two-year mission as early as age 19. So, it’s a little tough to find 20-year-old male students. These missions help increase their communication skills and cultural awareness. Many RMs get the bad rep of being weird; sometimes, it takes them a while to get back into the swing of things after returning, and many of them are very wrapped up in finding a wife ASAP. After a few months, this mentality wears off a bit, and they lose the weird edge. They, like girls, really enjoy dating and finding their future companions. There may not seem like many places or things to do in Rexburg, but the guys always find something really fun and different to do.
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