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What is Scroll?

Find out what the Scroll is all about.

Column: Working as an arborist. How was it?

While I was working with the grounds crew, I learned so many things, from tree climbing to tree removal.

Stranger intrudes Cove apartment

The university advises students to remain safe after an intruder was reported.

Adventure is out there at the ORC

The ORC helps BYU-I students and locals get the gear they need to go explore the great outdoors.

Column: 4 months, 54 first dates — The life of a date-aholic

One student shares his radical experiences in the Rexburg dating culture.

Devotional preview: I glory in my Jesus

Scott Cameron prepares for his upcoming devotional.

From Peru to BYU-I

From her little hometown of Arequipa, Peru, to BYU-Idaho, Flavia Portugal tells her story and struggles in assimilating to a foreign culture.

BYU-Idaho to fully open Fall Semester

An official notice released today gives a look into what Fall 2021 will look like at BYU-Idaho.

You donut want to miss National Donut Day

Let's take a look at the interesting history behind National Donut Day.

Scenes of springtime

If you forgot what spring looked like in Rexburg, here's a quick reminder.

BYU-‘I DO’ and how to thrive when it comes to relationships

As BYU-Idaho students we sometimes struggle with relationships, especially with the dating culture in Rexburg.

Tie-dye for Pride brings controversy

An LGBTQ gathering brought controversy as campus security was called and the event had to change locations.

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Sports activities on the rise

As restrictions ease and case numbers fall, sports activities are increasing in number.

Blood saves lives

Are you too scared of needles? Do you not see the point in being a part of the donating process?

Devotional preview: 4 ways to live a happier life

In her devotional, Kristin Ballou will discuss the importance of trusting in the Lord and share four suggestions to live a happier life.

Rexburg celebrates the new federal holiday, Juneteenth

Find out why hundreds celebrated at Porter Park on June 19.