Campus & Community

Student combines her interests and creates a visual representation of Hawaii's famed Pā'ū riders

Perhaps one of the only exhibits of its kind in Hawai'i, the Joseph F. Smith Library currently houses a rare representation of the island’s very own Pā'ū riders, with a compilation of figurines and chronological histories depicting their origin.

South Pacific self-reliance managers visit BYUH to familiarize with departments and students

Four South Pacific Self-Reliance Managers came from the island nations of Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga and Fiji along with two representatives from the Pacific Area Office in Auckland, New Zealand, to Laie for meetings that helped them familiarize themselves with the opportunities and resources available

BYUH chapter receives highest reward from BYU's Management Society

BYU-Hawaii Management Society won the Dean’s Gold Chapter of Excellence Award from the Marriott School of Business on Sept. 28 for their effort in helping society members to create a global network and for striving to inspire society members to become moral and ethical leaders.

P.A.C.E. symposium gives parents opportunity to meet directly with educators about students with special needs

The annual Parents as Advocates for Change in Education (P.A.C.E.) symposium held workshops on Saturday, Oct. 7 for parents to meet educators to become aware of policies that affect special education.

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