North Shore

Professor turns down professional surfing career to become leading expert on history of surfing

BYU-Hawaii History Professor Isaiah Walker left a potential life of pro surfing to pursue more important aspects of life, such as education and family. He is considered by some to be the leading expert on surf history, with a special emphasis on the Hawaiian perspective.

Students start scavenger hunt dating business that plans the date for you

Trevor Harrison, a junior from Washington majoring in hospitality and tourism management is the founder of North Shore Facilidate, a small business that sets up scavenger hunts for dates.

Going to the Hukilau

Members of the Laie community and any travelers of the Kamehameha Highway can experience what life was like in Laie during the plantation era right outside the Polynesian Cultural Center with the opening of Hukilau Marketplace.

Community council plans event to celebrate land and culture

An annual community meeting was held in the Heber J. Grant Building to plan for a Ho‘olaule‘a, an event intended to showcase the spirit of the North Shore. Community organizers from Turtle Bay, Laie Community Association, and BYU-Hawaii attended on Oct. 28.

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