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Students find beauty and creativity in poetry

Poetry is a "dying art" that lives on through the passions of many students at the poetry workshop.

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Scott Cameron shares principles on how to create a personal relationship with the Savior.

The mortifying ordeal of vulnerability

Why being vulnerable is vital to truly meaningful and fulfilling relationships, despite how terrifying it can be.

5 Ways to celebrate National Poetry Month

Here are some simple ways to participate in one of the largest annual literary celebrations in the world.

BYU-I professor shares published poetry

BYU-Idaho professor Mark Bennion shares the inspiration behind his poetry, now in three published books.

COLUMN: Single on Valentine’s Day? You’re not alone.

It can be a lonely season for some.

Poetry contest winners use Acorn Press to print poems for Valentine’s Day

Winners from the Valentine's Day Poetry Contest printed their poems on the Iron Acorn Press.

Roses are red, violets are blue, you could have a chance to share a haiku

BYU-Idaho gives students opportunities to share their creative talents and abilities, while also being reviewed by peers through a community poetry board in the David O. McKay Library.

Poetry workshop serves many purposes

Poetry: Good for the brain and the heart

Slam in the Smith: Students gather for slam poetry workshops

Bring your poems to life at the Slam Poetry Workshop every Tuesday night.

PHOTO GALLERY: Poets slam on the stage

Open your mind to the weekly poetry workshop's end of semester showcase.

Contest winners share their poetry with the school

By Scroll Reporter Aaron Thompson Over 100 students and faculty members entered the Valentine's Day poetry contest this year. When Erin Cruz, a junior studying English, entered...

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