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BYU-Idaho shares General Conference guidelines for students

BYU-Idaho invites students to avoid traveling for General Conference.

Stage One protocols and BYU-Idaho

Stage one protocols of BYU-Idaho's campus reopening.

President Nelson presents new symbol to identify official gospel materials and events

The symbol is made up of a cornerstone containing the full and correct name of the Church as well as the living Christ standing under an arch to represent His resurrection

BREAKING NEWS: Grade and withdrawal changes announced for Winter 2020

Unexpected circumstances leading to remote semester have changed students' options when it comes to withdrawing from classes and taking grades for the semester.

The first case of COVID-19 in Madison County

First of COVID-19 in Madison County has been confirmed.

BREAKING: First Presidency decision cancels church meetings worldwide

In an attempt to limit mass exposure to the coronavirus, all church meetings are canceled.

CES releases guidelines for COVID-19

Large gatherings such as devotionals and convocations have been canceled to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

BREAKING NEWS: Lori Daybell’s bail lowered to $1 million, preliminary hearing set

A judge lowered Lori Daybell's bail to $1 million and set a preliminary hearing for March 18 and 19.

BYU-Idaho student pleads guilty to three counts of petty theft

Eilis Murphy pleaded guilty for her counts of petty theft. She will return to Australia under one year of unsupervised probation for her plea.

LDS Business College renamed Ensign College

Changes to the LDS Business College include a new name and four-year degrees.

BYU-Idaho student charged with six felony counts of criminal possession

After stealing roommate's debit card, Eilis Samantha Murphy was arrested in Madison County.

BREAKING: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released new general handbook

The new handbook replaces Handbook 1 and Handbook 2.

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5 simple electives to fill your schedule this semester

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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.