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Column: Holy envy

An honest look at my time in the Holy Land.

COLUMN: Confessions of an Asian American in Rexburg, Idaho

As an Asian American who grew up in the United States, I had to come to terms with my own racial prejudice to accept who I am.

Marriage ≠ consent

The words "I do" don't erase a person's right to their own body.

Editorial: A call for gender equality

Though the number of working women is growing, gender discrimination still casts a shadow on equality in the workplace.

COLUMN: The truth about aliens

World UFO Day encourages us to confront our fears about the unknown: Aliens are real.

Column: I don’t need your input

Balance is overrated anyways.

We need support to report

We at Scroll encourage our community to foster an environment where sexual assault victims feel like they can speak out and report their assaulters.

Column: Line upon line — How continuing revelation prepared the Church for the pandemic

Sometimes miracles pass by unnoticed, but recent calamities have underscored the blessings and preparations of the Latter-day Church.

Column: Must-dos for your must-do adventure

Everyone is going to Goldbug Hot Springs! This is all you have to do to plan your trip.

Column: Working as an arborist. How was it?

While I was working with the grounds crew, I learned so many things, from tree climbing to tree removal.

Column: The experience of an autistic student

An autistic student shares his experiences in college.

My passions make me cry

It's normal if your dreams cause you crippling stress — mine do, too.

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