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During the Winter 2021 Semester, BYU–Hawaii implemented saliva-based COVID-19 testing, known as Seasider Testing. Since testing began in December, Nomi Health’s marketing lead said they have issued around 20,000 tests and have recorded 36 positive cases during Winter 2021.
When Terrence A. Dela Peña was selected to be the Winter 2021 Commencement student speaker, his mentor, Jennifer Kajiyama Tinkham, said she knew he was the perfect student to represent BYU–Hawaii.
The Leave Your Mark event gave people an opportunity have their names become part of the campus infrastructure and to celebrate the progress made on the new science building, as listed on BYU–Hawaii’s University Events website. Students and staff signed a beam that was placed in the rafters of the new building, allowing students to become a permanent part of the BYUH campus.
As BYUH prepares for in-person classes, Seasider Testing staff say weekly tests will help us get there
Winter 2021 Commencement student speaker says he is honoring his single mother by getting an education
BYUH ohana become a permanent part of the new science building at the Leave Your Mark event
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In his presentation at the FAC forum, Assistant Professor Mason Allred discussed how technology expanded the roles and vision of women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints between the years of 1890 and 1920. Sharing a chapter of his forthcoming book, titled, “Spiritual Technologies,” Mason explained how women in the early days of the Church used media to get out of the cultural norms of reproduction to share their own perspectives.
From getting plastic out of the ocean, opening a barbershop and selling affordable goat milk products in the Philippines to fight poverty, BYU–Hawaii students are committed to serving others around the world.
After following their own individual inspiration to make the scriptures in Hawaiian more accessible, three locals said they worked together with more than 30 volunteers to digitize the scriptures in Hawaiian. They said this project required meticulous effort but was also transformative as they witnessed the Lord’s hand throughout the process and in the lives of those who helped.
Despite the heartbreak of losing a loved one and missing home, two Western Samoan students shared they found courage through family and friends to keep moving forward and graduate.
When Paolo Poblete decided on being a biology major, he said he realized he didn’t want to give up his ability to express himself through writing. So, he wrote a poetry book.
Janlavtsogzol Battulga said her and her husband’s determination to take responsibility for their lives motivated them to fulfill their obligations as parents, students, employees and club presidents. She expressed gratitude for her BYU–Hawaii education and everyone who helped them along the way.
Taran K. Chun encouraged BYUH students and faculty to find ways to hear the Lord’s voice and receive personal revelation.
When Terrence A. Dela Peña was selected to be the Winter 2021 Commencement student speaker, his mentor, Jennifer Kajiyama Tinkham, said she knew he was the perfect student to represent BYU–Hawaii.
The April 2021 General Conference held messages of spiritual revival, to look to Christ for strength and confirmation of gospel principles, said members of the BYU–Hawaii ohana.