Campus & Community

Lecturer says ‘Addiction is a disease, a disease of choice’

Richard Himmer and his wife Sherry, speakers in the Education Week conference, addressed an audience of 20 people about addiction and how to best overcome it in the Little Theater on June 15. The theme of his topic was entitled “Learning Happiness using the Atonement.”

Presenter teaches to ‘Wear the armor of God’

In a twist on the scripture, “Put on the whole armor of God,” Jack Marshall addressed his remarks, “Wear the armor of God, not the sweats of your religion. Stand strong and be powerful.”

"With our feet firmly planted on the Rock, we can weather any storm:" Keynote speakers open up Education Week

W.A. and Sherry Christensen came to BYU-Hawaii as the keynote speakers of the 2013 Hawaii Education Week. They demonstrate how building a foundation on Christ can help us through the storms of life.

“We Are More Alike than Different:” BYU-Hawaii student seeks to change perceptions about people with down syndrome

A BYU-Hawaii social work major made a video now posted on YouTube focusing on the similarities rather than the differences between a local Laie girl who has Down’s syndrome and people without disabilities. The video has made the young girl a local celebrity.

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