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A trip to the past: finding rainy, happy memories in Chile

The story of the first time my American husband got to meet my family.

COLUMN: A blue winter semester in Rexburg

Treating seasonal depression is as important as treating a cold.

COLUMN: Engaged? 5 tips for planning a wedding in college

Here's a list of things you can do to stay organized while planning your wedding during the semester.

The meaning of sacrifice: US military and Ukraine

As global tensions continue to rise, what does this mean for US military service members and their families?

Column: Top 5 favorite true crime podcasts

Compassion, empathy and a curious mind are all components of true crime lovers.

Editorial: The magic of reading recreationally

Read a book. You won't regret it.

OPINION: Should men be allowed to be vulnerable?

Men are often being told by the media and other sources that it isn't socially acceptable for them to be vulnerable.

Column: Don’t forget the musical influence of African Americans

During this Black History Month, remember the impact that Black men and women have had on the culture and history of music.

Advice from a Canadian: 7 tips to start watching hockey

If you’ve never watched hockey before, it might seem confusing and scary. It doesn't have to be.

Opinion: BYU-I should implement mandatory consent training

Can we learn the difference between BYU-I-do and BYU-I-don't?

COLUMN: 7 places for quiet reflection in the Rexburg area

Look no further for the definitive list of private areas for some peace of mind.

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.

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Mark Watkins: Overcoming obstacles by following your passion

Mark Watkins shares his experience of being visually impaired while still pursuing his love of music.

BYU-I professors to publish book on mental health support in the classroom

BYU-Idaho professors seek to support students by publishing a book about improving mental health and education in the classroom.

Problems with parking passes and solutions to make them tolerable

Some suggestions from a BYU-Idaho student to improve the parking pass system.