Campus & Community

BYUH-based publication explores Polynesian perception of time and space

The July issue of the Pacific Studies journal, published through the Jonathan Napela Center for Hawaiian and Pacific Studies, sheds light on how the peoples of Oceania manage their time and how it differs from Western society.

New first aid missionary says serving at PCC was "needed"

Serving as the first aid senior missionary at the PCC has been a relief for Sister Debbie Day, who said the culture and themes here make her mission peaceful.

Student Leadership makes OrgSync more user friendly for students and clubs

The student life department is updating the BYU-Hawaii OrgSync website and mobile app interface to improve communication between students and student associations, said Alison Whiting, director of Student Leadership.

Community uses LDS Church and local companies to orchestrate 4th of July Laie Days Parade

Cowboy horses galloping, children catching candy, and large floats could all be seen on Naniloa Loop for the Laie Days July 4 Parade. BYU-Hawaii students and locals gathered to express their love and support for the community event, which began at campus and went around Laie around 4 p.m.

Holokai GE curriculum impresses freshman, faculty promote departments for new NSO activity

New students were introduced to the new Holokai general education curriculum and able to meet professors promoting their departments during the New Student Orientation on Tuesday, Sept. 5 in the Cannon Activity Center.

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