Campus & Community

Dance teacher invites all to contribute in upcoming performance in May

Students are scheduled to perform dances from around the world, like Bollywood, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, freestyle and ballroom, at the eighth annual BYU-Hawaii Extravaganza Dance performance on May 10.

Apostle dedicates reconstructed dorms, one renovated and one rebuilt entirely

Elder Dallin H. Oaks, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, offered the dedicatory prayer for the rededication of the student residential buildings Hale 4 and Hale 6 on Saturday, Feb. 25. Alongside President and Sister Tanner, Elder Kim B.

BYUH alumni shares stories from his training, remind students to focus on family

A former Secret Service agent and BYU-Hawaii alumni said he went through rigorous training such as being shot by a shotgun with a bullet-proof vest on, but he advised students to choose a career path that allows them to have a family.

New director of Health Services makes a long-anticipated comeback to Laie

Royden Christensen, the new director of Health Services, said he is happy to be back in Laie and is devoted to taking care of the patients and staff at BYU-Hawaii. He said, “As the new director of Health Services, first and foremost my responsibility is to take care of the patient.

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