Campus & Community

Celtic ensemble performs new repertoire with Irish pub jokes to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

The Southwind Celtic Ensemble performed their annual St. Patrick’s Day concert in the Aloha Center on Friday, Mar. 17, with songs they’ve never played before and Irish pub jokes thrown in the mix.

Career Center offers MBTI to help students understand themselves better

The BYU-Hawaii Career Center offers the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI) test to students and holds personality type-alike group meetings to help those students connect and understand themselves better.

Beached seals are often pregnant, says professor, and are to be protected

A pregnant Hawaiian monk seal beached in Hauula near the fire station causes volunteers to section the area off with caution tape in hopes of protecting the seal during its resting period.

Student sells jewelry made from green stone to share his Maori culture

Moananui Kadarmia, a junior in biochemistry from New Zealand, sells jewelry made from Maori green stone as a part of his own side business, which he started to share his culture with others.

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.

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