WWI centennial: Hawaii, terrorism and media in an evolving world


In 1914, H.G. Wells, a science fiction writer, predicted World War I was going to be, “The war to end all war.” While war has not yet ceased, Rick Hampton, a journalist at USA Today, says WWI was “the beginning of the end” because it decreased the number of wars between nations.

Technology always and forever

  “There’s nothing wrong with technology. What’s wrong is how it’s being used (or abused). Some people can be ennobled by technology, I fear that most people are controlled by it” said Michael G. Murdock, a history professor at BYU-Hawaii who is a self-proclaimed pessimist.

Media can be full of Gospel messages according to BYU-Hawaii community

It's all a matter of perspective when it comes to finding uplifting media in a world with relatively few “made-for-Mormons” books, movies, and TV shows, according to a BYU-Hawaii professor and four students.

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