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BYU-I professor shares published poetry

BYU-Idaho professor Mark Bennion shares the inspiration behind his poetry, now in three published books.

Participate in the Big Read and get the chance to win $100

Students and faculty are invited to come together to share questions, thoughts, insights and their love for literature during the Big Read.

10 year anniversary of the Jane Austen Yule Ball

Tis' the season for this year's annual Jane Austen Yule Ball.

WATCH: National Undergraduate Literature Conference 2018

Students and teachers attending the NULC this year share their experiences with the conference.

English department to hold student writing retreat

Student writing retreat submissions, which are due Oct. 14, give students the opportunity to have a three-day retreat.

Students and teachers discuss email, possible complications

BYU-Idaho students and professors are finding that communicating through email has become the more convenient way to relay information to one another. “The Internet makes...

Storyteller competition helps students share creative writing

The English Department is hosting a short story competition July 8 at 7 p.m. in room 240 in the Joseph Fielding Smith building according to...

Literary journal accepting applications

Outlet, the BYU-Idaho Literary Journal, will accept applications until April 9, 2013 for its  Fall Semester 2013 issue. “The Outlet is a student-led literary and...

Last Poet Standing approaches the semi-finals

The final five contestants of Last Poet Standing competed for the semi-finals of the competition. One more contestants will be eliminated before next week based...

Teacher hopes students reach potential

There are 834 teachers at BYU-Idaho divided into seven colleges and 33 departments. Rebecca Pyper, a teacher in the English department, is one of...

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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.

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