Campus & Community

Enactus takes 2nd at nationals: A team of six students gives a presentation on BYUH’s projects

BYU-Hawaii’s Enactus team took second place, losing out on first place by tenths of a point, at the national Enactus exposition held in Kansas City, Mo., against the top 200 universities across the country.

English Circle: English Circle Society celebrates poetry, spoken words

The English Circle Society meets twice monthly for poetry night to celebrate and share the spoken word. This past Thursday, May 23, students sipped hot chocolate and ate cookies as they listened to other students share their own works, favorite poems, lyrics and excerpts from books.

Indigenous Issues: BYUH Human Rights Organization visits U.N. for first time

BYU-Hawaii history and ICS anthropology professors and students from The Maka‘ala: BYUH Human Rights Organization (HRO) went on a trip to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) in New York from May 20 to 31.

Collecting the pieces of his mother’s footsteps: A journey to retrace the past leads photographer to BYU-Hawaii

The intervals between pain responses from a child over a mother’s death may increase over time, but a longing heart for her presence never disappears. Losing his mother at the age of 3 left 25-year-old Clark Goldsberry with a fragmented memory of his mom.

Branding Lecture: Brandon Truscott talks logo design and identity

BYU-Hawaii Department of Visual Arts and Graphic Arts Professor Brandon Truscott presented a lecture titled “Brand X and the Rise of Visual Culture” about the importance of visual art and images.

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