When it comes to situations like these, it’s important to remember that a little mercy and a little light, go a long way.
While students should have the right to learn about, and debate politics while at BYU-I, we cannot forget that BYU-I is a school representing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Everyone demands that the law acknowledge their rights. It is for this reason that we at Scroll believe it is time to allow students to form political associations on campus.
As I entered the BYU-Idaho Center for the inauguration of President Clark G. Gilbert, the excitement of visiting Apostles and Prophets seemed to electrify the whole auditorium. I made my way to the seat reserved for me by a cute usher, sat down and took in the whole scene. Neither myself nor the attendees were…