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Celebration of hope and unity is in the air for Hispanic Heritage Month

Smiles, hugs, kisses and lots of laugher along with shared traditions envelop Hispanics this month.

Native American hope

Native Americans share their stories about life on the reservation and the future for Natives in Idaho.

Mental health unit coming to Madison Memorial Hospital

During Mental Health Awareness Month find some of the resources available to you.

Devotional preview: Be of good cheer

Sister Franco will speak on optimism during challenging times.

COLUMN: Self-reflection in dumpster water

Even in times of hardship we can continue to learn and grow.

The Headline: Bad breakups, general conference, and Travis and Rudy say goodbye

The Headline is a weekly podcast published by Scroll that covers the hot topics, events and students on campus. This week, Rudy Diaz, Travis...

Prevention programs offer hope as suicide rates rise

A new study released by the CDC shows a rise in suicide, but they are still statistically rare, and there are resources to help those who struggle.

Autism: A growing hope

“I feel like this school has done so much for me and I love the opportunity to give back and help in any way that I can,” Nelson said.

Music gives us a glimmer of hope

Written by Erin Burke, A&E/Lifestyle Editor What really matters is their purpose for performing at the benefit concert-- that purpose being offering people of Manchester...

LDS Church stands against child abuse

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued a plan outlining how it approaches child abuse on April 28, 2016.

Don’t judge: have belief and hope in others

Column written by Shayla Davis Growing up in Las Vegas had its ups and downs. The Church was strong and so were its members. But...

Let Us Have More Hope

  Hope is perhaps one of the most positive words in the dictionary. Hope is defined as: the feeling that what is wanted can be...

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Treehouse Talks Rexburg — An intimate setting for the Rexburg community

Treehouse Talks is a new weekly occurring event in Rexburg, allowing students and locals to be vulnerable and open with their peers.