Campus & Community

93-year old tradition continues

Students of BYU-Hawaii carried on the 93-year-old tradition of raising their countries’ flags in the little circle on Saturday, February 8, 2014. Even when it started raining, students participated in the commemoration by coming together and celebrating unity through diversity.

A love that keeps growing

For Brother and Sister Fuller, it was love at first sight. Brother Fuller wasn’t a member of the church at the time they met, but he often would attend church with his sister, who was a member. Sister Fuller was giving a talk in her ward one day when Brother Fuller decided to attend.

BYUH alumna Kealohilani Wallace, author of "Half Hearts"

There are 500 pre-released copies of BYU-Hawaii alumna, Kealohilani Wallace’s novel, “Half-Hearts,” that have been printed just in time for Valentine’s Day and a limited number of those copies will be available at the bookstore on Valentine’s Day.

BYUHSA reformats election process

As the presidential term for BYUHSA President John Fishetau and Vice President Raife Campbell comes to a close, the student association prepares for this year’s new election process.

Celebrity crushes

Valentine’s Day at BYU-Hawaii may not be the most celebrated holiday but that doesn’t stop students from daydreaming about whom they would most want to spend the occasion with.

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