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Adventure is out there at the ORC

The ORC helps BYU-I students and locals get the gear they need to go explore the great outdoors.

Volunteers plant flags at Rose Hill Cemetery

Military servicemen and women honored at Rose Hill Cemetery on May 31.

An outlet in soccer

Soccer is more than a game. This is how some students view the sport after big life changes.

BYU-I’s Russian Lab

Learning a foreign language can be hard, but the Russian Lab is here to help.

Indoor gardening

Indoor gardening is not only a fun hobby for BYU-I students, but it's also a way to improve emotional health and follow the guidance of Church leaders.

Scroll then and now: The evolution of journalism in the eyes of a Scroll alumna

During her recent visit to Rexburg, Scroll alumna Carol Rice explained how journalism has changed since her schooling days.

A rich history but a dependent future: Grand Teton National Park

The history of Grand Teton National Park inspires us, but the future is inspired by us.

The latest news on Rexburg, Idaho Temple reopening

The Rexburg Temple has entered phase 2B of reopening, allowing much more liberty in available ordinances.

Devotional Preview: President and Sister Eyring will welcome students to spring semester

President Henry J. Eyring and Kelly C. Eyring will speak in the first devotional of this spring semester.

Official Notice: BYU-Idaho to continue following COVID-19 guidelines

BYU-Idaho sent an official notice to students about continuing to follow COVID-19 guidelines spring semester.

Silent conversation: How the ASL Workshop teaches sign language

Conversations that can't be heard are held Tuesday nights on campus at the ASL Workshop.

Turmeric: The special ingredient you didn’t know you needed

Turmeric works wonders for not only your taste buds, but also for your health.

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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.

Living with mental illness as a BYU-I student

Putting on a face to appear strong has become my new normal.