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.
Joining the Church in Hong Kong when she was 10 years old, senior Taffie Kwok said her dream was to come to BYU–Hawaii and fulfilling that dream has changed her life. She graduates on April 16 majoring in communications and minoring in marketing and entrepreneurship.
Wearing leis piled up to her ears, Academics Executive Assistant Irene Lesuma was recognized for her 29 years of service at the University working for four academic vice presidents and with the campus ohana. At her retirement celebration on March 29, people shared their aloha for her and presented her with gifts.