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A few years after getting married and after having their first child, Grey, Jeff and Cortney Given came to BYU–Hawaii only to learn a few months later they needed to move back to the mainland to save their unborn daughter Zola’s life.
By Eden JonesFebruary 21, 2020
Sponsored by the Pre-Law Society on campus, Winter Semester 2020 Law Week included an information session, a mock law class and an opportunity for one-on-one interviews with Stacie Stewart, the BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School dean of admission, explained Pre-Law Society President Terrence Dela Peña. Read Full Story
By Serena IoaneFebruary 21, 2020
The Student Advisory Council (SAC) takes suggestions from students and does projects to improve students’ lives. In addition to past projects, such as a free hair-cutting service and charging stations, the team is planning more projects including a hangout spot in the Aloha Center and a trip to the Mililani Walmart. Read Full Story
By Olivia HixsonFebruary 21, 2020
When it comes to culture, science and people, food is an underlying theme. Students and faculty alike share how food helps them share their cultures and become a more tolerant community. Read Full Story
By Brooke GurynFebruary 21, 2020
In heartfelt messages and hateful words, BYU-Hawaii students came together for a Valentine’s Day open mic and slam poetry activity, presented by the BYUH English Circle on Feb.13. Students gathered together to share original poems, their favorite poems written by others and love songs. Read Full Story
By Haeley van der WerfFebruary 21, 2020
When Berklee Bennett tells people she not only goes to school with her grandpa, but she also has a class with him, they don’t believe her. Sitting with her grandparents in the classroom where they meet, she laughed as she described how, “Everyone I’ve told about it has thought I was kidding.” Read Full Story
By Marvin LatchumananFebruary 21, 2020
As Superbowl LIV came to a close, the Kansas City Chiefs won with eight minutes left in the game, snatching a comeback by scoring 21 points in the fourth quarter beating the San Francisco 49ers. The winning team’s coach, Andy Reid, celebrated the victory with the Chiefs winning their first Lombardi trophy in 50 years. Read Full Story
By Michael KraftFebruary 20, 2020
Dalvin Keil, Kayli Whiting, and Kody Finley are BYU–Hawaii students who each faced unique challenges upon returning home from their missions. They said keeping up with the habits they learned on their mission helped them adjust from mission life to student life. Read Full Story
By Serena IoaneFebruary 20, 2020
Student parents of five children said college was a challenge, but without that experience, their families would not be as strong and goal-oriented. These parents highlighted prioritizing their faith, managing their time, and working as a team is key to their success. Read Full Story
By Leiani BrownFebruary 20, 2020
A detailed study of earthly elements can help deepen our understanding of heavenly objects, and refine our religious practice, explained Dr. Marcus Martins. He was this year’s McKay Lecturer on Feb. 11 in the Cannon Activities Center, and his address was titled “The Third Century of an Intelligent Religion.” Read Full Story