Ladies and Gentlemen, a moment of your time, please! Do you have your meme templates at the ready? Have you been working on your conspiracy theory boards? Because it’s time to practice our long-honored American tradition to search for truth. This Friday, September 20th, the search comes in the form

Once upon a time, my boyfriend Mitchell and I wanted to go on a date without watching a movie, a very strange concept to the both of us. We asked ourselves, “What do normal people do when they go out?” Parties? Nooo. Restaurant? We wanted this to be a casual

Imagine riding a camel and sleeping under the stars in an orange desert. Maybe that’s too sandy for you, in which case, you can imagine visiting holy sites, going on a safari, or unleashing your inner Whovian. Now, imagine doing any of these things while earning college credit. This is

One of the most beautiful places I have ever visited is Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. Its stonewall Medieval architecture and fine, elaborate details never cease to mesmerize me. At night, I marvel at its elegant iridescence as hues of pink and blue glow amid a blanket of pitch black. This

Friday’s Kick Off BBQ forewent the Hawaiian theme of previous years, yet its efforts to bring together students of every class was a resounding success. With this, everyone gathered to celebrate the new school year, as well as the completion of their first week. Thanks to Pioneer, students came together

Fall brings leaves that change from spring greens to magnificent golds and fiery reds. It also brings a brand new school year for students of all ages. This season is particularly significant for college freshmen and seniors alike – both about to embark on new journeys with exciting paths ahead.

There’s something comforting in the goodbyes shared by Christians. For truly, there is no goodbye, we will always meet again, whether in this world or in the next, we will all meet again.  I have been asked to write a farewell article as my final article in the Scroll, which

Blood poured from his hand. The wrench slammed against the metal as Bruce cursed; it had slipped, causing his knuckles to smash against the cutter-bar. Wiping his forehead, he stepped back from his broken-down combine, his faded jeans scraping the wheat stubble as he walked. Bruce clenched his jaw. It

Hello readers of the Scroll. As the semester draws to a close, we would like to ask you to take the time to fill out this brief survey to let us know how we are doing. If you have any concerns or really like things that we are doing, please

Congratulations to you seniors who are counting the days (or months) until graduation. With commencement near on the horizon, some of you may feel excited about finally putting your skills to work and moving forward in this next chapter in life. But others of you may also feel anxious or