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Explore “Land Marks” from BYU-I’s own art professor

Belka finds the natural gems in the landscapes of nature.

BYU-I students and faculty receive Idaho Press Club awards for journalism

Five Scroll members and two professors were recently ranked as winners of IPC awards in specific journalistic categories.

Top 3 photogenic spots in the heart of Rexburg

Need to update your Instagram feed? Here are some new locations that you can visit for your next photo shoot.

On the other side of the lens

Caryn Esplin shows how photography has brought adventure into her life.

Say cheese!

Heather Harline can make your day with her photography.

WATCH: Life and Light fill the Spori Art Gallery

Work from photographers Leslie Nilsson and Cody Bell come to campus.

Art students, chemists and house painters

Art students find home remedies to continue developing their skills during a closed BYU-Idaho campus.

The Ricks Garden: an escape from Rexburg

April showers brought May flowers to the Ricks Gardens.

A roll of memories

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what would yours say?

Living healthily and happily

Finding herself in the things that surround her in life.

Beyond the bars

A look inside the Madison County Sheriff's Department

Be a part of Scroll

Learn why alumni have joined Scroll in the past.

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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.