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BYU-Idaho students act to help save life

Logan Beach, a sophomore studying biology is helping Mark Pugh, a BYU-Idaho chemistry teacher, whose son has been diagnosed brain cancer by swabbing people to find a DNA match to extend his life on June 5 and 6. Beach said that they need everyone on campus to get swabbed so they can find a DNA…

Sister missionaries preach on campus

The sister missionaries on BYU-Idaho’s campus have a booth in the Hyrum Manwaring Student Center every Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and are here to help anyone who is in need or struggling. “We’re excited to be on campus,” said Sister Savy Nielson, from Laguna Beach, California, who has been serving…

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Gun-free zones only cause more harm

Editor’s note: Approved by a 19-2 vote of the Scroll editorial board.  On April 29 a FedEx Corp. package handler armed with a shotgun opened fire at a shipping facility in suburban Atlanta, Georgia, injuring six people before killing himself, apparently with his own weapon, police and hospital officials said. Since then, Georgia passed a…

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Camette Carpenter, a senior majoring in marriage and family studies, is on a team of volunteer workers who review 5,000 to 8,000 songs that will be played in the MC and school dances. If students have questions about what songs have been denied, they can go to web.byui.edu/songrequest to see a full list of past songs that have been rejected.
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Review of campus music promotes spirit

In November 2013, Camette Carpenter, a senior majoring in marriage and family studies, began reshaping the playlist of songs used in campus buildings. Carpenter said she accepted this task after walking into the Manwaring Center and hearing a song with a message that made her pause. She visited Euleza Hymas, BYU-Idaho’s Social Activities advisor, and…

The dated printer server is meant to make the lives of students easier. For help with technology, students can go to www.byui.edu/information-technology or McKay Library 322.
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On-campus printer server graded

The Pharos printing system was shut down on April 15 for a major server grade and replacement, according to an email sent out by the IT Department. According to the email, after the grade was completed, some users’ print connections may have reported that a driver date needed. Kevin Cook, a technology sport coordinator, said…

Above students create pottery in the Oscar A. Kirkham building. Besides the pottery being sold at the University Store, students’ work from the Department of Art is also on display in the Jacob Spori Building.
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Students sell pottery at University Store

Selected students of the advanced-level ceramics and print-making classes from the Department of Art sold their artwork outside of the University Store during the last week of Winter Semester 2014. For many years, art students sold their work on campus until it was no longer allowed by administration. Last fall, however, the administration approached the…

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Reduce tech time, increase awareness

According to a recent study cited in Fast Company Magazine, the average attention span for humans is eight seconds. You read right: eight seconds. That is amazing,and not in a good way. It is a 33-percent drop from when the average attention span was 12 seconds in 2000. This is a huge problem for marketers because…

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Scholarship deadlines change

  Story written by a Scroll contributor, Bethany Adame. Applying for BYU-Idaho Scholarships is a two-step process that must be done by April 15, according to BYU-I’s Financial Aid Web page. First, students must complete the 2014-2015 Scholarship Application at www.byui.edu/financial-aid. Second, students should complete the 2014-2015 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at…

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I-Learn causing problems across campus

Story written by Taylor Bentall and Josh Williams I-Learn has been experiencing problems since Feb.11 due to several attacks that have occurred, which do not allow students to access any information for to several hours. Two emails have been sent out to all the students warning them of current complications. According to the email, the…

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A’capella helps singers develop talents

Eighteen students got together and created music with only their mouths, on Jan. 16. The A’Capella workshop, run by Laura Jossie, a freshman studying choral music education, and George Small, a freshman studying humanities, meets every Thursday night at 7 p.m. in the Eliza R. Snow Center for the Performing Arts in room 102. Small…

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