Naoto Inamori, a sophomore studying information systems, said his diligent efforts and inspiration allowed him to tie the knot with his wife, Ruisa, who just finished high school in Japan and is now working in Kualoa Ranch.
BYU-Hawaii students said they feel Valentine’s Day is full of high expectations and awkward situations. Male or female, single or attached, everyone expects Valentine’s Day to be a special day. But the holiday can be a let-down or one of the happiest experiences of their lives.
The time of year has come around for chocolates, candlelit dinners, late night walks on the beach, and listening to love songs. Students around BYU-Hawaii shared their favorite love songs they listen to.
Valentine’s Day has the potential to be a beautiful celebration of love between significant others. However, this Feb. 14, try something new. Here are five things you can do to revamp and rejuvenate and redefine yourself.