Campus & Community

JGeeks: Rising New Zealand ‘Neoteric Maori moko’ band to perform at BYU-Hawaii

The New Zealand comedy entertainment group, JGeeks, is expected to draw roughly 2,000 spectators to their perormance on May 17 in the Cannon Activities Center.

Faculty health and wellness program prompts better eating, exercise

BYU-Hawaii presents the Lifetime Weight Management Program challenge starting in March where faculty members are urged to participate in staying healthy by regular exercise and a healthy diet, says Human Resources staff members.

Hawaii legislators may change marijuana possession laws

As Hawaii lawmakers advance a bill to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana, students feel that they will remain unaffected by the change. The bill will require perpetrators to pay a fine rather than be criminally prosecuted.

Game Center $5 night was fun and inexpensive, says students

Students said they enjoyed a night of bowling, dancing, and video games at an event at the Game Center entitled “Glow in Green.” The ticket price of $5 and included everything from shooting pool to bowling.

United Nations executive director visits BYU-Hawaii

The BYU-Hawaii Human Rights Organization hosted a forum for visiting Executive Director for the United Nations Patrick Madden to speak about the U.N. and its impact on improving human rights issues.

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