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Holy sacrifices: A deeper look at Sariah’s trials of faith

Putting God first requires great faith and sacrifice; but, in turn, He will lighten our burdens and carry us through our trials.

Column: Unified as children of God

The simple knowledge that we are children of God binds us together in an increasingly contentious world.

Students anticipate General Conference weekend

Students express how stoked they are for conference.

EDITORIAL: Don’t procrastinate the day of your vaccination

How will you be a good global citizen?

EDITORIAL: Food storage is important

I DON'T WANT Y'ALL TO DIE

Remaining optimistic by following the prophet’s counsel

Gary Adna Ames urges students to heed the words of the prophets.

New missionary communication policy is not too lax, but a good change

Missionaries seem to have it easy these days. The dress code slackened, schedules changed for flexibility, most missions use smartphones and/or tablets, and now...

Conference inspires spiritual preperation

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be holding its 185th Semi annual General Conference on Oct. 3-4, and BYU-Idaho students are...

Elder Dallin. H Oaks pays impromptu visit to Boise saints

Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles made an unexpected visit to three Boise stakes over the weekend, according to KUTV. “When...

Sting of repentance refines our souls

The doctrine of repentance has long been preached as the only way by which men and women can overcome the spiritual death which occurs...

Modern Prophets Utilize Modern Technology

YouTube is hardly an Internet site known for its spirituality, but the LDS Church seems to be trying to change that, one video at...

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5 simple electives to fill your schedule this semester

From dancing to conspiracy theories, check out this list of possible electives to take when you need a full class schedule.

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.