Despite coming from different cultures around the world, twins and triplets at BYU–Hawaii said they experience many similar things, including being confused for the other, fighting for identity, people assuming they have magical powers and being best friends.
SWATT and the Student Advisory Council along with the Honor team now offer the opportunity to get a free haircut. To schedule with the Give and Take, students need to set an appointment on their Facebook. The Farmers Market will also offer free haircuts in the future. Barbers and hair stylists shared how they enjoyed serving students with their talent and passion
Caralee Frederic, a certified Gottman therapist, provided marriage counseling during a fireside called “The Art and Science of Love” at the BYU–Hawaii Stake Center on Oct. 20. Fredric said she blended research from the Gottman Institute and gospel principles together to help married couples communicate and avoid contention. The couples who came said they felt inspired to apply what they learned and strengthen their bond with their spouse.