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Kiwi Loco celebrates 10 years of business in Rexburg

The local frozen yogurt shop invites all to join them for their anniversary party.

‘A Walk in the GARTen’ blends horticulture, art and culinary for a night

Take a date or a friend to enjoy art, floral arrangements and food this Friday and Saturday.

From Mozart and modern, Allison Vest gives her piano performance

Months of accumulated practice demonstrated in a "piercing" one-hour performance.

Get “jazzed” with BYU-Idaho musicians

The upcoming performance is not your typical jam session.

First LLB event comes to BYUI

The first ever LLB event will be held on Thursday, where BYU-Idaho will learn different life skills.

From India to Idaho — a color festival for a cause

The traditional Indian celebration with a new spin will be celebrated in Rexburg, with proceeds going towards a good cause.

LGBTQ+ resource group holding “Listen, Learn, Love” meeting

Learn about the LGBTQ+ members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the struggles they face.

Back in time with Saved by the Bell

The Special Collections section of the David O. McKay Library will feature Saved by the Bell — a public history exhibit, created by BYU-Idaho students, focused on telling the story of education in Rexburg.

Muddy up with your fellow vikings at Thor’s Mud Run

The Rexburg Recreation Department is holding Thor's Mud Run on July 7, where a clan of "Viking warriors" will dash through obstacles and mud.

Extravadance teaches students to follow their dreams

Learn the power of dreams through Extravadance.

Rexburg’s Celebration of Humanity

The leaders of Rexburg help an impromptu Celebration of Humanity.

Legacy Flight Museum’s air show of the year

Rexburg’s Legacy Flight Museum will host its annual air show to celebrate Idaho’s rich history of flight on June 16.

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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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Living with mental illness as a BYU-I student

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