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Darin Merrill hates roundabouts

As an erudite English professor, Darrin Merrill has a lot to say about roundabouts.

Breaking our biases: International students speak on their unique cultural experience

Students of BYU-Idaho are a collection of cultures and homelands learning not only academically, but also about one another.

Not a creature was stirring

Sleeping during the holidays should be more important than ever, but many people find themselves at risk of sleep deprivation.

Spy turned professor

After decades of keeping his story a secret, Bob Inama's novel-worthy past as a spy in East Germany has come to light.

Rate your professors

Students at BYU-Idaho prepare for the upcoming semester using online tools to find professors.

BYU-I students carpool home every weekend

Students meet new friends and save money while carpooling home.

Rexburg’s secret swordsmen

BYU-Idaho offers fencing classes open to all students, yet due to low publicity, the club remains relatively secret.

Club crafts handmade spoons and ancient throwing tools

The Outdoors Activities club continues to hold student events, including spoon- and atlatl-making this past week.

Mask mandate adjustments made for winter 2022 semester

In an official notice, the school announced the locations where masks will be required on campus.

Remembering Dante, 700 years later

Dante Alighieri's work has still influenced culture and religion 700 years after his death.

Make the most of your semester class schedule by adding English 102R

Need an extra credit or two for next semester? Consider registering for English 102R.

What’s next for BYU-I’s graduating seniors?

This semester's graduates have their entire lives ahead of them. So, what's next?

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5 simple electives to fill your schedule this semester

From dancing to conspiracy theories, check out this list of possible electives to take when you need a full class schedule.

Local health clinic embraces the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Pearl Health Clinic is hosting a blood drive and health fair to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

EDITORIAL: God bless the Rexburg roads

We at Scroll petition the city to fix burned-out streetlights, install new lights where necessary and more strictly follow the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) in maintaining road conditions.

Devotional cover: Retaining honor in tough times

On Jan. 11, students and faculty gathered in the BYU-Idaho Center for the first devotional of Winter Semester 2022.