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Things to do during the summer in Rexburg

There's quite a lot to do in and around town.

No you can’t change your track, but here’s what you can do

A track assignment may not be as simple as you think — here are some ways to adjust to your track.

Graduates celebrate their time at BYU-I with commencement ceremony

"Graduates, you are now alumni of Brigham Young University Idaho."

Changing your name at BYU-I

Planing a wedding is already complicated enough — don't let changing your name be too.

I’ve been accepted — now what?

For those of you who are wondering what classes you need to take to graduate, it's simpler than you think.

What’s a ‘dirt shirt?’

Dunes and Company, an Integrated Business Core group on campus, creates t-shirts that encourage adventure.

A look into the experience of library employees

The experiences of these employees are often overlooked.

Poetry showcase brings BYU-I students together

BYU-I students dazzled an engaged audience through the power of word and expression.

What will students miss about Zoom?

Whether it's travel, work schedules, mental health, disabilities or taking care of your family, Zoom has been a flexible schooling option for many students.

Spring 2021 Commencement to be held online

Students share how they feel about online graduation.

Students create mobility device

While finding that service brings joy.

Foot in mouth?

Public speaking prepares people for real life experiences.

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Devotional cover: Seeking God’s light

In her devotional address, Taunya Hansen spoke about the light of Christ and gave 3 suggestions on ways to better seek and receive His light.

BREAKING NEWS: Field by Towers I parking lot catches on fire

Police are still investigating the incident.

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.

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes contend with COVID-19

Twenty-one deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes in Fort Hall, Idaho.