During this semester’s finals, we need to stop skipping things that are crucial in our everyday lives and start making them just as much of a priority as our school assignments. Self-care is important too.
How many times a day do we actively look out news stories with relevance to natural disasters, politics or the struggles of daily life? Many of us are too intrigued with the lives of television stars to pay attention to what the majority of the society is struggling with. That is why the media is giving us the news that we are getting.
As of last weekend, the church had sent 29 semitrailers filled with food, water, emergency response equipment and cleaning and hygiene kits in order to provide relief to Irma victims, according to Mormon Newsroom.
The Scroll informs, inspires and entertains the BYU-Idaho campus community through daily, multimedia storytelling.
We reach the student body, university employees and our alumni through multiple channels.
We publish journalism daily that is engaging, useful and newsworthy and that adds value to our readers' lives.
We train our laboratory environment effective researchers, journalists, editors, communicators, multimedia storytellers and writers as future leaders in a changing media landscape.
We believe BYU-Idaho comprises a unique, religious environment. We support and enhance that environment. We publish content that builds faith in Jesus Christ.
We value excellence, innovativeness, truth, humility, liberty, timeliness and fun. We are disciple-leaders.