I believe that we each have a sphere of influence with which we can make that environment better. I believe that as we strive to give our time, talents, and service to make a true positive impact on the that sphere of influence our ability to help more people increases. While I don’t think any of the projects contained within this page have changed the world in the literal sense, they have changed the world in as far as I had the ability to reach. It is my deepest hope that someday I will be able to bring about positive change to the world as a whole… this page is dedicated to documenting my efforts in achieving that goal.
While many things within site are things that I enjoy to do, evoliMusic takes all those passions and combines them into one project. This project defines what I want to do with my life. Please take a moment, visit my Kickstarter Page, and let me know what you think (not live yet)!read more
“Best thing to happen to the music scene on campus in years.” – Jackie Bailey, student. Once upon a time there was a school which held regular concerts every semester. While every show had quality performers, there was a missing element in every concert, the electric guitar. Students in time passed had lobbied countless times for a change in policy to allow the electric guitar. Every plea was rejected. It was during the Spring semester of 2011 that I was asked to attempt to change the policy. In a discussion with other students about the...read more
“I never thought something like this could be pulled off… leave it to Chris Luke to come with a massive dodgeball event, get it approved, and pull it off perfectly.” – Jace Kasteler, participant. In the small northern town of Rexburg, ID. there are very few sporting activities one might consider playing mid-blizzard. Football is benched, Frisbee is postponed, and golf most certainly takes a rain check. As such, many students are left yearning for an outlet to play. Sure, basketball, racquetball, and studying are still around, but as a whole...read more
Thousands of students gathered on the turf of the BYU-Idaho football field on July 7 to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the school becoming a four-year university. To commemorate the milestone, students arranged themselves to form the letters “BYU-I” and have a picture taken. The picture, once edited and printed, will be permanently displayed in a large format within The Crossroads. While the lines for students to stand in were taped off a couple of hours before the event, preparation began months before. “A bit ago, the Student...read more