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Second Chances: Overcoming addiction through Christ

Second Chances: Overcoming addiction through Christ

This article is part of Scroll’s Second Chances series. Second Chances highlights the unique experiences and potential of individuals who have overcome addiction, substance abuse and/or incarceration, as well as the programs and people that supported their...

BYU-I hosts Passover buffet

BYU-I hosts Passover buffet

BYU-Idaho hosted a Passover dinner on Thursday in the Hyrum Manwaring Student Center.David Peck, BYU-I’s Dean of the College of Education and Human Development and religion professor said BYU-I faculty gathered together to find a way to embrace the Easter...

How to attend General Conference in-person

How to attend General Conference in-person

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will hold its 194th General Conference is this weekend, April 6-7.The Conference Center in Salt Lake City holds around 21,000 people. Admission to the conference is free, but one must obtain a ticket through local church...

IBC: Giving and expressing through socks

IBC: Giving and expressing through socks

Sole Expression is an IBC business that makes designs for socks to provide a way for people to express their personality and creativity in their everyday lives."We want to elevate your expression and just kind of bring the canvas together through personality and...

Spud Kings stay alive with overtime win over Mustangs

Spud Kings stay alive with overtime win over Mustangs

April Fools’ Day will forever carry additional meaning for Ogden Mustangs defenseman Henri Mustonen, who scored an own goal in overtime on Monday night, allowing the Idaho Falls Spud Kings to stay alive.The goal closely resembled the one which former Edmonton...

Second Chances: Connection is the cure

Second Chances: Connection is the cure

This article is part of Scroll’s Second Chances series. Second Chances highlights the unique experiences and potential of individuals who have overcome substance abuse and/or incarceration, as well as the programs and people that supported their journey.When I...

BYU-I hosts suicide prevention training

BYU-I hosts suicide prevention training

BYU-Idaho hosts Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Trainings every fourth Thursday in the John Taylor Building.The QPR Institute, a national organization, sent a trainer to BYU-Idaho and train a group of faculty on campus to certify them to be able to give the gatekeeper...

‘Translations’ performance leaves audience speechless

‘Translations’ performance leaves audience speechless

The final performance of "Translations" was at 2 p.m. on Saturday. The acting, costuming, storytelling, breathtaking arena-style stage and astonishingly accurate Irish accents made for an extremely immersive performance. Isaiah Jeffries, a sophomore studying...

Second Chances: Redefining recovery documentary airs

Second Chances: Redefining recovery documentary airs

This semester, Scroll partnered with Soapbox and Center for Hope to create the "Second Chances: Redefining Recovery" documentary for Second Chance Month.Second Chance Month began in 2017 as a "nationwide effort to raise awareness about... barriers and unlock brighter...

BREAKING: Stanleys banned on BYU-I campus

BREAKING: Stanleys banned on BYU-I campus

President Alvin F. Meredith III held a special press conference early Monday morning to announce that Stanley water bottles are now banned from the BYU-Idaho campus due to a number of safety concerns.The ban comes as a welcome change for many professors who deem the...

Simko scores natural hat trick; Spud Kings lose 3-1

Simko scores natural hat trick; Spud Kings lose 3-1

In a game that the Idaho Falls Spud Kings led at the beginning of the third period, Brody Simko scored a third period natural hat trick to seal the win for the Ogden Mustangs.With a 2-0 series lead, the Mustangs have the chance to eliminate the Spud Kings from the...

Competitive basketball finals rock BYU-I

Competitive basketball finals rock BYU-I

The Men and Women’s Competitive Basketball championships were held at BYU-Idaho in front of nearly 2,000 fans in the Hart Main Gym on March 22.The night began with the Women’s championship game between the top-seeded Hurricanes and the third-seeded...

Campus Life Events to host Easter egg scavenger hunt

Campus Life Events to host Easter egg scavenger hunt

BYU-Idaho is reigning in the Easter spirit this Thursday with an egg scavenger hunt hosted by Campus Life Events.Gold eggs will be dropped at different locations around campus starting from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday. Locations of the eggs will be uploaded to the...

Community Easter Egg Hunt to be held Saturday

Community Easter Egg Hunt to be held Saturday

Rexburg will celebrate Easter with over 19,000 eggs, free hot chocolate and the Easter bunny at Porter Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday.The official egg hunt will kick off at 9:30 a.m. with 19,000 eggs scattered throughout the park, according to the City of Rexburg.Egg...

Chad Ford to speak on Israel-Hamas War Wednesday

Chad Ford to speak on Israel-Hamas War Wednesday

On Wednesday at 7 p.m., BYU-Hawaii professor and author of “Dangerous Love” Chad Ford will speak on the Israel-Hamas conflict in room 147 of the Thomas E. Ricks Building. “Tens of thousands of people are losing their lives and their homes and many...