Campus & Community

New officers elected to lead BYU-Hawaii Women’s group; Curtis to be 2013-14 president

The BYU-Hawaii Women’s Organization luncheon held on May 23 served as an event to announce the new president of the organization, who is Molly Curtis originally from Utah.

BYUH alumna wins Emmy for segment on dealing with the death of her son

BYU-Hawaii alumna Natalie Norton received an Emmy for her involvement in “The Generation Project,” 25-minute video documentary that deals with her grief over her son’s death due to Whopping Cough and her long journey to recovery.

Students can save lives one blood donation at a time

BYUHSA officers want students to know they can help save the lives of others by becoming blood donors. Blood Bank of Hawaii representatives have the goal to improve lives one donation at a time and students can help one donation of blood at a time.

Through trials faith is increased, says Education Week speaker Marshall

CES Institute Educator for University of Utah, Jack Marshall, spoke on how to use adversity for people’s own benefit at the 2013 Hawaii Education Week held at BYU-Hawaii.

Good music helps us better navigate life, says Uale at Education Week

Beth Uale gave a speech titled “Listen to and Sing the Music of Heaven” from Ephesians 5:18-20 on June 14 at the BYU-Hawaii Education Week. It was about the importance of music and how it can work as a guide for human challenges.

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