Campus & Community

TESOL celebrates 50 years of serving students and the church

The TESOL Department is celebrating its jubilee on the first week of September. Along with the TESOL Jubilee is the booklet entitled “Celebrating 50 years of Achievement” by Mark James, associate dean of the College of Human Development. It summarizes how the major began.

A day in the life of a PCC tour guide: Eugene Rey Lucerna

Eugene Rey Lucerna, a freshman from the Philippines majoring in international cultural studies, said his favorite part about being a Polynesian Cultural Center tour guide is the people.

Student Events serves free food for students still on campus during summer

BYU-Hawaii students said they appreciate being able to socialize over the summer and get free waffles, bagels, and other foods every Tuesday and Thursday for Ono Treats.

Remotely located food truck serves high-end dishes and finds success through social media

Upscale Hawaii is a food truck hidden on the back streets of Honolulu that specializes in steak and shrimp plates. Dubbed a “hidden gem” by food blog Frolic Hawaii, the owners said the truck is popular among North Shore residents and receives steady business despite the obscure location.

Employee award named after local Sione H. M. Feinga for his labor in Laie

Arriving in Laie in 1960 as a labor missionary, local Sione H. M. Feinga said his life has been long but worthwhile as he has helped to stregnthen the LDS Church in Tonga and Hawaii. He was honored at the March 2017 Employee Appreciation Dinner with an award named after him: the Sione H. M.

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