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Minding the miracle

BYUH student says his near-death experience during a hike made him reconsider his purpose in life
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Guided by God

Trusting in the Lord and finding his purpose in life has helped this BYUH student succeed in finding eternal happiness
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10 days in Thailand

Political science students say the summer field study in Thailand galvanized their passion for international work and has successfully set them up for life after graduation empowered them as individuals

BYUH alumnus shares his musical journey and passion of conducting and piano performance

Lawrence Laureano’s love of singing and teaching music has helped him and others find emotional support through the demands of life, he said. “I’ve had a profound understanding since I was a little boy that we are all connected and that’s the reason why I love choral music. We are connected in choir.”

Managing the ups and downs of motherhood

BYUH student who struggled physically and mentally throughout her pregnancy says she wishes people would be more honest about issues pregnant women face

U.S. Mongolian ambassador encourages Mongolian BYUH students to share their stories

While speaking to BYU–Hawaii’s Mongolian students, the United States ambassador to Mongolia advised them to “Tell your stories.” Ambassador Richard Buangan said, “Right now, all Americans know of Mongolia is Genghis Khan, but there is a Mongolia of today and that story needs to be told.” Buangan is from California, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics from Saint Edwards University in Austin, Texas. He speaks French, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.

Two siblings attending BYUH share how they overcame the grief of their father’s death

Through the difficulty of losing their father and the grief they felt after his passing, a brother and sister from the Philippines, now attending BYU-Hawaii, said they came to better understand Heavenly Father has helped them to survive and thrive just as he helped the plants continue to grow in their father’s garden back home.

Creating NGOs and making a difference in people's lives

Twenty-five peacebuilding students at BYUH presented their ideas for non-governmental organizations that could help people around the world

Laie Days: Honoring those who came before us

Community members hold a month-long celebration to strengthen bonds and remember local history, says Laie resident Verla Moore

Student-made movie 'Meta Hawaii'

A short film directed by a BYUH student starring Kap Te'o-Tafiti amasses international success

Sprinting towards wellness

The habit of running provides physical and spiritual benefits for BYUH Religion Professor Bowen

Dedicating Kahuku High's field

The new Kahuku playing field is a blessing and relief for players, says Coach Carvallho