Campus & Community

More than 800 people gather for a black light dance on the first Friday night of the semester

Covered in neon paint and glowsticks, students danced their way into the new semester. Throwback hits and new modern songs had students jumping and singing at the top of their lungs throughout the night. The crowd-favorites, shave ice and pizza, were also served to those who attended.

Oahu native returns to island for rare performance of Complete Chopin Etudes


Silence filled the McKay Auditorium as internationally recognized pianist Robert Nakea took a few calming breaths before beginning his performance of the Complete Chopin Etudes on Jan. 12.

Awareness towards one’s emotions leads to a culture of service


Accepting negative feelings and using them as a means of raising an individual to become empathetic, Michelle Henderson and Marci McPhee welcomed in the Winter 2019 Semester with a talk about emotion coaching and service.

Recent alumna Jen Bennett plans to go forward and make a difference through social work


“There’s so much I was able to experience here that I couldn’t have experienced anywhere else,” Jen Bennett said as she reflected on her college experience. “The hikes, the closeness of the temple, just everything made BYUH a unique experience in every way.”

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