Campus & Community

Legal Aid housing experts informs renters of their rights

Aiming to raise awareness and to educate students about their rights as tenants, the Human Right Organization (HRO) invited Ian Tapu, officer from the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii, for a guest lecture in GCB 186 on May 16.

First Foodfest in several semesters is made possible by cooking food in the Cafe

Foodfest, held at the Little Circle, was filled with people from the school and the community to enjoy different prepared foods from all over the world Saturday, June 1.

Summer update on university policies

Talking with university leaders and looking over a University Resources and Expectations report, BYU-Hawaii students also commented on different issues on campus.

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Helicopter crashes in Honolulu with out serious injuries

A local mechanic took the blame when a helicopter crash-landed in downtown Honolulu with no fatalities crushing an unoccupied Mazda and the passenger in the helicopter got a minor cut, reports Associated Press.

EXS majors, department goals are to make people heathier

As people are living longer live, BYU-Hawaii exercise and sport science (EXS) majors will be helping people prevent health issues and improve their quality of life, said the department chairman.

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