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Keyboard shortcuts that will save your life in college

How do you get through school without control-F or control-Z?

EDITORIAL: A windowless basement room – the housing policy for divorced students needs to change

The housing approval process for divorced students at BYU-I is too vague — we at Scroll are asking for more transparency.

OPINION: Unconstitutional gun seizers can save lives

Mental health challenges present themselves in ways no one can understand or predict, especially not those issuing gun permits.

Column: How rock climbing helped me love myself

My journey with rock climbing and my self-confidence.

COLUMN: Gospel lessons from the chess board

Knowledge comes from almost everywhere, but how can chess teach about Jesus Christ?

You are enough

You are not defined by past mistakes, flaws or the opinions of others.

EDITORIAL: Not in my good Christian neighborhood

Social injustice exists everywhere. Know and understand what you are supporting.

OPINION: The Dangers of Donald Trump

A look into QAnon and the Trump presidency.

COLUMN: Bear Burrito

A story shared over the computer rather than over the campfire.

OPINION: Read the fine print

We should question and research complex issues rather than accepting their "bumper sticker" ideologies.

COLUMN: Take it from a local: Top 3 places to visit around Rexburg

Students say Rexburg is boring, but have they ever met someone who grew up in Rexburg?

EDITORIAL: Constructive journalism is essential

In a world where news is often full of negativity, positive news reporting could have great benefits on physical health and hope in humanity.

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Police log: From gift card creepers to bedroom peepers

Police took a report of fingerprints found outside a bedroom window.

Balance only the gifted will know

Rolling wheels? More like falling heels.

Devotional cover: How to overcome the ‘mountains’ in our lives

Elder Jeremy R. Jaggi, a General Authority Seventy, and his wife, Amy Jaggi, shared a message of hope during devotional.

Breaking news: Kyler Miskin, Rexburg drive-by shooter, sentenced to 5-year incarceration

Kyler Miskin appeared before Judge Boyce who sentenced him according to the felony crime of a Rexburg drive-by shooting in 2020.