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BYUH alumna explains how a hobby of collecting sea glass became her jewelry business

Born and raised in Laie, BYU–Hawaii alumna Anne McCarrey Tobon, said she sees a connection between the sea glass she uses for her jewelry business “Wrap the Sea” and the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Entire landscaping of BYUH campus was completed on a $10 budget, says 1958 labor missionary yearbook

With only sugar cane fields as a canvas, labor missionaries turned BYU–Hawaii into the thriving ecosystem that it is today. Labor missionaries needed to plant more than 27,000 plants, according to the first labor missionary yearbook published in 1958, which included importing plant species that were not available in Hawaii.
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Tips on reducing waste include reducing fossil fuel use and recycling

Reducing waste means being aware of how our actions will affect the natural environment, says Kumuwaiwai Center for Sustainability Student Supervisor Leslie Harper. He shared different ways students affect their carbon output including the amount of food, gas and electricity they use. “The goal is to reduce our carbon footprint,” he added, which is the amount of carbon output necessary for a person to function.

Family and friends remember BYUH retiree Glenn Kau’s passion for his ohana, film and food

A longtime campus filmmaker and BYU–Hawaii retiree Glenn Alan Gee Keong Kau was remembered at his memorial service on May 2 by family and friends for his notorious dry wit, his love of films and filmmaking, his love of good food, but mostly for his love for his ohana and the people he interacted with over the 30-plus years he worked at the university.

Kauwes speak on integrity and trusting in Christ despite loss during first Spring devotional

First Lady Monica Kauwe reminded students, during her address in the first devotional of Spring Semester 2022, now is the time for them to develop and nurture their integrity. She said, “Success comes and goes, but integrity is forever.”

In honor of mothers, three individuals say mothering includes those who help shape someone into the person they have the potential to become

An aunt. A teacher. A grandma. A church leader. A friend. Mother's Day is for them all, said three local people.

BYUH alumna explains how a hobby of collecting sea glass became her jewelry business

Born and raised in Laie, BYU–Hawaii alumna Anne McCarrey Tobon, said she sees a connection between the sea glass she uses for her jewelry business “Wrap the Sea” and the gospel of Jesus Christ.

To overcome senioritis, BYUH ohana members say avoid self-doubt, make time to enjoy hobbies and focus on goals and plans

Academic Advisor Gail Kailee-Tropia shared four ways to deal with senioritis, including creating an academic plan, taking capstone classes, being involved in a career and internships and incorporating self-care.

Overcome fear and start now to create your dream business, says BYUH student photographer

Grace Cannon, a freshman majoring in communication & media studies from Southern California, said despite the anxiety she felt when first starting her business, she was able to pull through and make her business a success with the help of the people around her.

Ocean environmentalists say using less plastics and mirco beads will reduce waste in the sea

The Marine Stewardship Council’s website says the ocean covers more than 70 percent of the earth’s surface and has major effects on the survival of humans. The World Wildlife website states, “There are plenty of actions you can take that will make a big difference for the ocean.”

Creature feature: Humpback whales can travel thousands of miles each year from the Arctic to Hawaii and back

According to Whale and Conservation USA, one of the longest migrations on Earth belongs to the humpback whales.

Tips on reducing waste include reducing fossil fuel use and recycling

Reducing waste means being aware of how our actions will affect the natural environment, says Kumuwaiwai Center for Sustainability Student Supervisor Leslie Harper. He shared different ways students affect their carbon output including the amount of food, gas and electricity they use. “The goal is to reduce our carbon footprint,” he added, which is the amount of carbon output necessary for a person to function.