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BREAKING NEWS: Field by Towers I parking lot catches on fire

Police are still investigating the incident.

Police log: From shoplifting to Walmart scooters

Police received a complaint of shoplifting where an individual took an item and ate it on premises.

Popular music venue, the Basement, closes

The Basement has officially closed its doors, yet patrons start a Go fund Me pleading for relocation.

14 bands in 11 hours — Rexburg’s first summer music festival

Utah and Idaho bands gathered in Rexburg for an energetic all-day concert.

Police log: From rooftop drops to car-locked dogs

Police were dispatched to a report of individuals accessing an apartment complex roof to drop items off of it.

Official Notice: BYU-Idaho Financial aid policy change

In a new official notice, BYU-Idaho announces more protections to student financial aid privacy.

OPINION

EDITORIAL: All caffeine, no campus — a deeper look at caffeine at BYU-Idaho

BYU-I's refusal to sell any caffeinated products does not match student consumer habits or current Church teachings — we at Scroll request a policy redaction.

Living with mental illness as a BYU-I student

Putting on a face to appear strong has become my new normal.

Your body is the least interesting thing about you

Society has lead us to believe that the shape we mold our bodies into is more important than the person we become in our bodies.

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How to recognize sexual abuse in marriage

Five warning signs of sexual abuse in marriage and how to get help.

Finding an identity after growing up in a Russian orphanage

Nick Eckman shares how he found purpose and belonging after being adopted from an orphanage in Russia.

Inside the dreams of Fidalis Buehler

"Look for your obsession and make that your passion."

Car show drives into Rexburg

Two Spencers put on a car show for Rexburg.

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Did the Wii and PlayStation 3 just become retro gaming consoles?

As time passes, more gaming systems become nostalgic relics. These systems are now on the path toward the retro club.

Getting lost in the wilderness

BYU-Idaho is flanked by campgrounds and national parks on all sides, and students can take advantage of opportunities to escape the city.

Lions, tigers and servals, oh my

The Idaho Falls Zoo is open as a great option for dates, roommate outings and educational experiences.