Living in a first date culture

Is date No. 1 really a “make it or break it” moment?

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Brazil: Finding a way to celebrate

With investigations of bribery and corruption in Brazil and protests for their President to resign, the people of Brazil can still find ways to be happy.

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How do elections work in the U.K.?

And who on earth is Lord Buckethead?

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Change in the world begins with us

We, as Scroll staff, believe that students should work hard to be informed about what is happening around the world, and use that as an incentive to become better professionals.

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The Weekly Image: International Students

Written by Mikayla Clark The percentage of international students has tripled from Spring Semester 2012. Despite Rexburg’s lack of diversity, the university attracts people from a variety of different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. According to the Academic Office,...
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