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Good music helps us better navigate life, says Uale at Education Week

Beth Uale gave a speech titled “Listen to and Sing the Music of Heaven” from Ephesians 5:18-20 on June 14 at the BYU-Hawaii Education Week. It was about the importance of music and how it can work as a guide for human challenges.

Smith tells Education Week participants to live by faith, not fear

In his remarks entitled, “Fighting Fear with Faith,” BYU Religion Professor Hank Smith addressed how people can combat their trials of faith at the 2013 Education Week at BYU-Hawaii.

Student uses inspirational music at suicide awareness event

Tina Taleni is a senior from Australia with an ICS major emphasis on peacebuilding. She organized an event on May 30 for attendees to raise awareness of suicide and how to prevent it.

Students say Hawaii ban on using electronics while driving is good safety move

Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed on May 20 the law that forbids drivers from using cellphones and other portable electronic devices when they’re driving, reports the Associated Press. BYU-Hawaii students said they agreed with the law because it will keep them and others safe.

Huckleberry Finn: Cast members wow audiences in their comical performances

Of all the events that happened this weekend, people found “The Adventure of Samuel Clemens’ Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn” to be the funniest.

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