Campus & Community

Dance recital features inexperienced students with theme of learning to fly, says director

Director Nina Foster, a BYUH dance instructor and choreographer, led a dance concert featuring students and interns of all skill levels for the dance concert “Butterfly” on May 10 in the McKay Auditorium.

Senior recital 'Food for Thought' features experimental music from composer Chris Wiley

Chris Wiley, a senior in music from Oregon, showcased his own original compositions in a recital without performing any of them himself on May 9. Music majors and professors performed each of his compositions, which ranged from Brazilian batucada to electronic and experimental voice.

VP Norman Black confident in school’s vision, honored at farewell for his service

A farewell event for BYU-Hawaii Vice President Norman Black and his wife, Linda, was held in the Aloha Center on May 15, giving students and faculty the opportunity to express their gratitude for the Black’s service to the university.

Video instructor's short film about Instagram star featured in international film festivals

Taylor “Tay” Steele, a BYU-Hawaii alumni and special instructor at the Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship, has been accepted into various film festivals in Australia and California for his short film “Lumiére,” which focuses on the story of Instagram star Amber Mozo, daughter of the

A day in the life of a psychology major

Sarah Grace Angcahan Acobera, a junior from the Philippines, said she was originally an English major before her mission but decided to switch to psychology when she got back because her passion lies in making “changes in [people’s] lives.”

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