“You look at production differently,” said Samantha Vanderwalker, assistant photo editor and a junior studying communication. “You say ‘I’m not just going in to get this done, but how do I make this more visually pleasing?'”
While the weekly print edition of the Scroll is coming to an end this semester, a freshman edition will sit on the newsstand at the start of each semester.
Registering for classes has been a headache for longer than students may realize.
While many changes have been made, the name of Scroll has remained the same since 1973.
“They were definitely selling and distributing,” Turman said.
Editors, reporters and photographers spend all week collaborating for Saturday production.
The police log is like a box of chocolates: you never know what you’re gonna get.
The Special Collections in the library changes exhibits every semester.
Students reflect on graduation and what needs to be completed for that day
Take a look back at the best articles of Scroll in recent years.
In 1960 BYU-Idaho students were concerned about the focus of Christmas. Almost 60 years later students weigh in on the same issue.
The Viking Flashes briefly replaced the Purple Flash as the campus newspaper from 1937 to 1938. In...