College Basketball star says goodbye to his 'special friend' and 'sister'

Adreian Payne, a 6’10” center on the Michigan State University basketball team, said goodbye to his self- professed “special friend” and “sister” Lacey Holsworth, an 8-year-old girl who passed away on April 8 from a rare form of cancer.

Electronics or no electronics, that is the question: Clarifying school policies on electronics in the classroom

BYU-Hawaii’s President Council clarified its policy regarding electronics in the classroom. In less than a year, BYUH students have received three different sets of instructions regarding laptop use in the classroom.

Hawaii lawmakers may ease up on marijuana possession

As Hawaii lawmakers advance a bill to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana, students said they will remain unaffected by the change. The bill will require perpetrators to pay a fine rather than be criminally prosecuted.

From the men's point of view: Kouts, mason, Johnson talk about their role on the cheer team

Predominantly a female sport, male cheerleaders are typically harder to find. However, four men found their way to the BYU-Hawaii campus and became cheerleaders, and it all started with a breakup.

Empower Your Dreams: Come listen to the business experts

Three LDS business experts will be speaking at the Empower Your Dreams and New Venture Competition next week. The Willes Center will be hosting the events. The keynote speaker, Elder Gary Crittenden, will speak on March 20 at 7 p.m.; Scott Petersen will speak on March 18 at 3 p.m.; and Mark H.

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