Campus & Community

Tips on to control pesky pests in your home or dorm

While there is no way to completely eliminate pests forever with their large numbers plus their tiny bodies that make it hard to track them, experts say there are several ways to control pests.

Day speaks at annual Pack TESOL lecture about teachers needing a strong personal identity

A memorial lecture for former BYU-Hawaii faculty member Alice Pack is held every year to teach students the attributes needed to be a teacher of second language education, and this year’s Feb. 21 the lecture was given by Richard R. Day.

Senior ICS major Rippy starts a blog to provide LDS sisters a place to learn more about each other

In an effort to unite LDS women from a variety of backgrounds in a discussion of finding oneself in the faith, BYU-Hawaii student Taylor Rippy will launch a blog entitled “A New Testament” this summer. Taylor is a senior in the ICS program from San Diego, Calif.

Honors Program seeks contributions for literary journal

The Honor’s Program is accepting essay and photograph submissions for the Winter 2013 literary journal, “Hokuloa.” “Hokuloa,” meaning “the morning and evening star,” is an Honor’s journal of thoughts and ideas that has been published since 2007.

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