Campus & Community

Uncertainty surrounds BYUH Food Services as BYU approves caffeinated soda

BYU at Provo and LDS Business College have begun to sell caffeinated beverages on campus ending a more than half-century “caffeine-free” policy, but its impact on BYU-Hawaii is still unclear according to BYU-Hawaii Food Services staff.

International student body makes BYU-Hawaii largest college donor of negative blood type in state

BYU-Hawaii has the most negative blood type donors out of all a single college in the state of Hawaii, according to Celina Quach, donor recruitment account manager of Blood Bank of Hawaii.

Summer internships give BYUH students direction for future career choices

Students who participated in internships during the summer said it helped them decide on their future careers and provided them with useful experiences.

App lets students request safety tracking by Security and connect through instant message

BYU-Hawaii Security has created a profile on the Rave Guardian app to ensure students are able to study and live in a secure environment, according to Eseta Clanton, BYUH Security’s crime prevention specialist.

Packard Pupi Alisa Toelupe, Sr., dead at 89; remembered as faithful Latter-day Saint

Packard Pupi Alisa Toelupe, Sr., Church College of Hawaii's first director of the Physical Plant when BYU-Hawaii’s campus was dedicated in 1958, passed away on Aug. 26, 2017. Born in American Samoa, he was described by his family and friends at his memorial service on  Sept.

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