Campus & Community

Happily Ever After: How to make your relationship more than a fairytale

You know the stories. You’ve seen the “happily ever after” endings where finding your “Prince” or “Princess” may just be possible. Here’s how you can learn from the relationships of famous fairytales.

1. Be Spontaneous

Students stress levels evaluated, help provided

BYU-Hawaii’s Counseling Services had an anxiety screening where students had the opportunity to get tested for their level of anxiety or stress in their lives on Thursday, Feb. 7.

Students share Valentine’s Day activities done around the world

More than 70 countries are represented on BYU-Hawaii's campus, making it a place where different Valentine's Day traditions are found. They all center on love and these are few of the different customs found around the world.

Facebook can build relationships, students say, but isn’t as good as face-to-face interaction

Facebook is a social tool that connects people around the world whether it is for personal or business activity. BYU-Hawaii students weighed in on whether Facebook plays a role in their personal and romantic relationships.

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Enactus Night: BYU-Hawaii team moves from local to global

The Enactus Winter Project Expo drew students eager to get involved in entrepreneurship and service projects designed to launch creative ideas into working business models on Feb. 1 in the Aloha Center.

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