Campus & Community

‘Matariki Festival of Aotearoa:’ An evening of Maori culture in the Cafeteria

With food, laughter, and performances, BYU-Hawaii students and faculty members gathered to celebrate the Maori New Year Harvest in the Cafeteria on March 20. BYUH Food Services served guests with a New Zealand menu including carved leg of lamb, Maori Boil Up, and steamed bread pudding.

Week seeks to empower women: IDS 310 honors women’s contributions

The week of the 25th to the 29th of March, the Women’s Studies IDS 310 class will put on ‘Women’s Week,’ highlighting the important contributions women make in societies as part of their final social activist project.

The Three Sisters: Student actors take on Anton Chekhov

Fellow teachers and students performed in the Winter semester play, “The Three Sisters,” by Anton Chekhov, a new translation of an original Russian drama, set in the 1930’s, from March 13-16 in the McKay Auditorium.

The sounds of St. Patrick’s Day: Irish music wins the crowd’s favor at two performances

The Southwind Celtic Ensemble is comprised of six BYU-Hawaii faculty members and spouses who performed traditional Irish music during two performances at the Kahuku Library and the BYUH Aloha Center in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.

Hula on Ice: PCC Promo Team performs at 64th Sapporo Snow Festival in Japan

While most BYU-Hawaii students were enjoying sunshine in Hawaii, a group of students from the Polynesian Cultural Center were performing the hula in the snow in the 64th Sapporo Snow Festival in Hokkaido, Japan.

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